14 Celebs Define Feminism And Their Understanding Is Spot-On

Feminism ≠ man-hate

14 Celebs Define Feminism And Their Understanding Is Spot-On
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Feminism has been on the rise in recent times. But the Internet is dark & full of feminazis (yes, GoT fans can understand the pun). And maybe that is why we have averted from the topic as a whole. We come across a lot of feminists with extreme opinions, don't we?

But regardless, it is one important issue which shouldn't be set aside like that. And that is what these celebrities feel as well. Some of them have openly accepted that they're feminists and frankly, it is no big deal. I hope it isn't!

Anyway, take a look as to what these celebrities & influential people have to say about feminism!

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie

Well said! It is so important to be taken seriously and in the right way.

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Helen Mirren

Helen Mirren

Would you?

Joss Whedon

Joss Whedon

The American director & writer reveals why he writes such strong female characters! 

Emma Watson

Emma Watson

They are not the same!

Beyoncé

Beyoncé

If everyone is taught about equality from the right age, it will become the way of life.

The Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama

I guess I'm a feminist as well then.

Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe

So similar to what Dalai Lama said. Equal rights for everyone, period! 

Aziz Ansari

Aziz Ansari

Exactly! Equal efforts but unequal pay?

Ellen Page

Ellen Page

There is some reluctance around that word, isn't there?

Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore

Yeah. A humanist, not somebody who speaks only for women.

Prince Harry

Prince Harry

Unarguably, one of the truest sayings ever!

Hayao Miyazaki

Hayao Miyazaki

The legendary Japanese film-maker is known for his animated movies which have strong female characters.

Will Smith

Will Smith

I so agree with Will on this one. If she depends on him now, she will later depend on someone else!

Drew Faust

Drew Faust

On point! Why should it be said every time, that she is the first woman president of Harvard University?

What is your take on feminism? Write your comments & thoughts in the box below.