Meryl Streep, Amy Schumer, Lena Dunham and Friends Push 'Women Can Stop Trump' Movement

Actress Meryl Streep addresses the second evening session of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 26. She is one of the supporters of the 'Women Can Stop Trump' movement. Saul Loeb/Getty

Sexual assault survivors and A-list celebrities have joined forces to push a "Women Can Stop Trump" movement on social media, slamming the Republican's claims that his comments about women were "locker room talk" and sending the message that "it is not OK."

A video intersperses clips from Donald Trump's comments about groping women from the leaked Access Hollywood tape with teenagers and women sharing their accounts of sexual harassment and assault.

Actress Amber Tamblyn talks about the correlation between words and action, saying that someone in a position of power like Trump is sending a message that "it's OK to behave this way."

Actresses Diane Guerrero and Rose McGowan also spoke on behalf of the Women Can Stop Trump campaign, launched by American political action committee EMILY's List.

Trump's denials and claims that his comments were just "locker room talk" are also woven in, with accounts from the women about how Trump's words made them feel. "Dirty," said McGowan, a sexual assault survivor.

Women must unite! Join me in pledging to STOP Trump. Pledge here: #WomenCanStopTrump

— Diane Guerrero (@dianeguerrero__) October 13, 2016

The end of the PSA shows celebrities like Meryl Streep, Amy Schumer, Rosie Perez, Lena Dunham and Maggie Gyllenhaal saying "not OK" to Trump's words and actions.

Donald Trump can't say these things about women and then ask for our votes. @rosemcgowan knows that #WomenCanStopTrump.

— EMILY's List (@emilyslist) October 12, 2016