Reporter: "Inspiration award, you are to many people, do you feel like an inspiration?"
McGowan: "I get stopped on the daily on the street about people getting inspired and I think that they understand that they are there as a representative of the voices that aren't heard necessarily, and that I am the stand in for other humans."
Reporter: "But the award gives you the credit?"
McGowan: "It is pretty great to break the mold."
Reporter: "And it has been a year since the start of the MeToo campaign, how much do you think things have changed?"
McGowan: "I know things have changed a lot, just from people on the street. I think the media has a different slant from it, they don't understand that simply Me Too is about shared experience, it is not a bunch of people with pitchforks running after people with jobs, it is about 'did this happen to me, yes me too.' My movement is actually Rose Army, I decided to be a lobbyist for consciousness raising and my movement is raising intelligence across the board by 10 percent so tonight is part of that and I am honored to be here."
Reporter: "And what do you hope for the future of that movement?"
McGowan: "I hope in the future we can see each other as humans instead of a separated sex and that we can see the divine creatures that we are meant to be."