celebrity feminists

The trend among friends is "very polarizing," according to the teen.
Don't call Kaley Cuoco a feminist. The "Big Bang Theory" star spoke about equality in an interview with Redbook for the magazine's
We’ve transitioned from a VMA buzzword of “twerk” to “feminist,” as Vanity Fair Hollywood blogger Joanna Robinson tweeted
6. Ezra Miller During a 1992 interview at the March for Women's Rights in Washington D.C., Blair Underwood discussed why
When a celebrity says "I'm not a feminist," the problematic statement is not "I'm not a feminist." It's what they say after "because."
It's disappointing that Woodley believes feminism is meant to elevate women's status at the expense of men, when in reality
Too bad the only part of her interview to get any attention is her rather controversial thoughts on relationships. Though
Also, Newman is not dead. Lena Dunham is "disgusted" with Woody Allen, but she's not going to indict his work. "Annie Hall
This is the best thing we've heard Meester say since she announced that "Hillary Clinton is one of my role models -- I do
Taylor Swift “I don’t really think about things as guys versus girls. I never have. I was raised by parents who brought me
Lena Dunham: "The idea of being a feminist—so many women have come to this idea of it being anti-male and not able to connect