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8 celebrity feminists who are happy with beliefs
8 celebrity feminists who are happy with beliefs
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While some stars consider feminism "the problem of ugly women," as Oksana Akinshina called it in one of her interviews, others support the feminist movement. Perhaps many simply misunderstand the meaning of this word. Feminism does not carry the idea of ​​hatred towards men, it is about gender equality and the protection of women's rights. Celebrity feminists, both in Russia and abroad, are not only ready to defend their beliefs, but also be happy like a woman.

Evelina Khromchenko

Evelina Khromchenko with her son Artemy and Dmitry Semakov

According to the famous TV presenter, feminism does not mean loneliness at all. And women who advocate material or social independence from men want to please the representatives of the opposite sex no less than those who consider the subordinate position of women to be normal. Evelina Khromtchenko is currently not officially married, but she has been happy with the artist Dmitry Semakov for more than one year and calls on the beautiful half of humanity, in the excitement of the race for equality with men, not to forget about stilettos and dresses so that men do not perceive women as "their boys" …

Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep and Don Gummer

The famous actress for the most part plays the roles of strong and independent women, but at the same time, for many years she has been advocating for the rights of the beautiful half of humanity. She was one of the first in Hollywood to talk about gender equality. And at the same time, Meryl Streep has been happily married to the American sculptor Don Gummer for more than 40 years, with whom she raised four children.

Irina Khakamada

Irina Khakamada and Vladimir Sirotinsky

The journalist, politician and TV presenter calls herself a "post-feminist", believing that in fact women do not need to prove anything for a long time, but they can simply live for their own pleasure. Irina Khakamada, with her usual categoricalness, declares: real post-feminists love men very much, but at the same time they are economically independent, implemented in the profession and differ in style and taste for life. By the way, she believes that discrimination against women in the West has long been in the past. Irina Khakamada was married four times; today, next to her is financial consultant Vladimir Sirotinsky, with whom she has a trusting relationship that is not tied to rigid obligations.

Cate blanchett

Cate Blanchett and Andrew Upton

Unlike Irina Khakamada, the actress believes that women in the West still need to fight for their rights, because men get more than women for the same amount of work performed, and in third world countries, the situation of women is completely deplorable. Cate Blanchett is categorical about domestic violence and does not accept any infringement of women's rights. But this does not prevent her from being a happy wife of playwright and director Andrew Upton.

Svetlana Hodchenkova

Svetlana Khodchenkova and Georgy Petrishin

A popular Russian actress in one of her interviews expressed her opinion on gender equality: a woman needs to get an education and work on herself not at all in order to earn only condescending approval from a man for a delicious borscht. At the same time, Svetlana Khodchenkova does not hide that she considers herself created for family and motherhood, but she can solve many everyday and professional problems without the participation of a man. However, she doesn't like being forced to side with men or women. She likes it when everything is "organic and in moderation."As you know, the actress is married to her colleague Vladimir Yaglych and for five years was in a relationship with businessman Georgy Petrishin. Now she prefers to keep her personal life away from prying eyes, but at the same time she does not hide the fact that she is in love and happy.

Keira Knightley

Keira Knightley and James Wrighton

The brilliant actress, who played many bright roles, defined feminism for herself as the right to make her choice in any situation, whether it concerns relationships with men or professional activities. For eight years now she has been happy with her husband, musician James Ryton, with whom she is raising two daughters, Edie and Delilah.

Ksenia Sobchak

Ksenia Sobchak and Konstantin Bogomolov

The Russian TV presenter sincerely believes that in our country everyone interprets the concept of feminism as he pleases, and for many, the feminist appears as a smoking woman in a man's suit and with emphasized masculine manners and behavior. Ksenia Sobchak is sure: gender should not be a reason for refusing a job or position. But it seems that the TV presenter herself does not fully understand the ideas of feminism, otherwise she would never allow herself to make incorrect statements about obese women. However, the ideas of Ksenia Sobchak may seem close to someone, and her opinion was completely shared by both the spouses of the TV presenter, the former Maxim Vitorgan and the current Konstantin Bogomolov.

Carrie Washington

Carrie Washington and Nnamdi Asomuga

The famous actress calls herself a born feminist and advocates for the rights of black women. And the series "Scandal", which starred Carrie Washington, has become, in its way, a symbol of feminism. The actress does not at all strive to make her personal life public, but her husband and the father of their two children, footballer Nnamdi Asomuga, have been next to her for nine years now.

Rosa Luxemburg and Clara Zetkin were probably the most famous women's rights activists during the Soviet era. Their images were actually canonized, which made it quite difficult to discern in the textbook fighters for equality of ordinary women, with all their passions and weaknesses. Although it is certainly impossible to call them ordinary, but in the personal life of each of them, revolutions were made worse than in the public one.

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