"Girls" creator Lena Dunham and her co-stars are standing in solidarity with the 23-year-old victim of a sexual assault at Stanford University.
Dunham filmed a video with co-stars Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke and Zosia Mamet, asking society to break an unwritten code of silence around sexual assault and create a culture that encourages women to come forward.
The video calls on everyone to "support, listen and take action", reported ABC News.
"I dedicate this to the brave survivor in the Stanford case who has given so much to change the conversation," Dunham wrote on Twitter.
Nearly a week ago, the unnamed victim faced her attacker, Brock Turner, in Santa Clara County Supreme Court, reading aloud a poignant and graphic letter recounting the January 2015 incident at Stanford University and the pain she has endured.
She detailed her state of disbelief upon first learning what had happened to her.
She blasted her attacker, who partly blamed his actions on the drinking culture in college: "Show men how to respect women, not how to drink less."
The letter was published online by Buzzfeed and other outlets and went viral, garnering over 11 million views and creating an outcry across the Internet.
Along with the "Girls" cast, actress Brie Larson, who won an Oscar for portraying a kidnapped woman held captive for years by her rapist in the film "Room," expressed her outcry on Twitter.
"Every inch of this case is severely disappointing. None of this is the survivors fault. NONE. ZERO."
Turner, 20, was convicted of sexual assault and sentenced to six months in jail and three years of probation last week. Turner plans to appeal his conviction.