This past week, progressive movie-lovers everywhere were conflicted AF as the Oscars roared on in typical #SoWhite (and, at times, #SoSexist) fashion. Many people didn’t tune in, either out of disinterest or to send a deliberate political message. As the Hollywood air filled up with equal parts bougie and boozy table conversation, the awards show gave way to a handful of empowering and questionable moments alike, like when host Chris Rock rounded out a totally brilliant jab at white America with a backwards jab at the Ask Her More campaign. HOWEVER, the night didn’t go entirely devoid of feminist moments! Costume designer Jenny Beavan, who won for her work on “Mad Max," gave a big ol’ middle finger to the dress code of the evening and wore what some audience members perceived as too ~casual~ for Beavan to deserve an ovation (goddess forbid a woman be comfortable at one of these things). And, of course, there was Lady Gaga’s incredible performance of her song “Til’ It Happens to You,” which paid homage to survivors of sexual assault. Audiences were profoundly moved by the visual representation of the sheer numbers of young people devastated by the epidemic of sexual violence in the U.S. as Gaga brought a group of survivors up on stage with her. You go, Gaga.