Women Slaying in Women’s History Month

Let’s face it, 2016 is off to a good start with us girls, with various women kicking some superior ass. So as we see out Women’s History Month, we thought we’d take a moment to recognise which sisters stood out in particular this month.

Halsey announced she suffered from Endometriosis but that didn’t stop her from touring and raising awareness on the disease.

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Emma Watson announced she was leaving the world of acting for a while to support activism and feminism

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Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara spoke out several times about Carol getting snubbed at the awards, highlighting that Hollywood is still pretty sexist and homophobic (not to mention racist).

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Lena Dunham announced that she would never allow magazines to touch up the photos of her, YES LENA!

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Danielle Brooks (Taystee from Orange is the new black) posed for Ebony magazine as a empowered plus sized woman and looked HOT doing so

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Miley Cyrus called out a bunch of celebrities including kim Kardashian to use their privilege to help other less fortunate women, instead of fighting with each other over social media

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Loads of female celebrities like Demi Lovato, Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga came out in support of Kesha who said she would keep fighting for her right to make music as a free woman

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Lady Gaga was nominated and performed a song about sexual abuse in colleges at the Oscars, she was joined on stage by victims of sexual abuse.

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Beyonce released the amazingly catchy song ‘Formation’ that was all about praising black women and it was epic!

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And while opinions of Hilary Clinton might be divided to say the least, at least a woman is staying strong in the presidential race

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