Dakota has taken action for victims of sexual assault (Picture: Gregg DeGuire/WireImage)

Dakota Johnson has launched a podcast called The Left Ear for victims of sexual assault and shes inspiring us all.

It all started when the 29-year-old shared her phone number at the Global Citizen Festival last year as she encouraged women and girls to call her to share their experiences with her.

Now shes taken her commitment to the next level and launched The Left Ear as a platform for the stories to be heard.

Opening up about it on Instagram, she wrote: One year ago I asked women and girls around the world to call me and leave a voicemail telling their stories of sexual violence, harassment, and gender based inequalities.

I didnt want to speak on their behalf, I wanted to listen to them.

This is The Left Ear. A podcast where you will find the voicemails I listened to.

Dakota Johnson
Dakota says that, while it might be a difficult listen, she hopes people will listen to the podcast (Picture: Theo Wargo/WireImage)

To protect anonymity the voices have been slightly pitched, and any identifiers have been removed.



Other than that, they have not been edited. These are real stories from real people around the world.

The How to Be Single star prefaces the podcast urging listeners to take care if they choose to see what its about as the stories shared can be very intense.

Listening to these stories can feel very intense, the Fifty Shades star explained. So please take care of yourself if choose to listen.

And I hope you do choose to listen, because listening is the most important thing you can do for someone.

Dakota Johnson
The star is also getting ready for her new film The Peanut Butter Falcon, out on 18 October (Picture: Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images,)

Dakota revealed the name of the podcast comes from the idea that people can save someone by listening with your heart.

She added: In this podcast, I want to create a space where the listener is listening just as honestly and bravely as the speakers who had the courage to call.

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