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In 2014 Beyonce performed onstage during the MTV Video Music Awards in front of a massive screen, the word 'FEMINIST' emblazoned across it.
From that moment on every single woman in the public eye was asked whether or not she saw herself as a feminist.
And while everyone is happy to say they believe in gender equality, not many are as accepting as the label 'feminist'.
According to a Washington Post survey, 44 per cent of participants said they were either "not feminist" or "anti-feminist".
But 94 per cent "believe that men and women should be social, political and economic equals."
Let's just go back to this...