Which Celebrity Feminist Are You?

More and more celebs seem to be declaring they’re feminists every day. From the ladies proudly supporting their fellow females to those still figuring this whole thing out, there are many different kinds of feminists. Let our quiz help you figure out which celebrity feminist you are!

Her Campus Media
On Mar 29, 2017

What is your favorite movie?

What's your spirit animal?

What's your ideal relationship?

Pick one word your friends would use to describe you:

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Who is your celeb crush?

Emma Watson

Emma Watson

You know that if equality is going to prevail it will take both men and women to make it happen. Regardless of others’ opinions, you’re passionate about spreading the message of feminism and aren’t afraid to speak up for what you believe in.

Amy Poehler

Amy Poehler

You are currently the Leslie Knope of your career, friendships and pretty much life in general. Rather than tearing other women down, you want to support and build them up. Being a positive female role model for other women is your passion because feminism is just a part of who you are.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift

You struggled with understanding what feminism truly means at first, but now you’re a proud feminist. You still stumble every now and then—toxic former friendship feuds anyone?—but your strong female relationships prove you’re on the right track.

Beyoncé

Beyoncé

All your haters think you claim to be a feminist just because it’s the hip thing to do. But you don’t care what they say. You’re going to do you and continue being ***flawless.

Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton

You’ve been fighting for women’s rights as long as you can remember, and you’re never going to stop. You won’t stand for sexism, and you just so happen to rock a pantsuit like no other. Make no apologies for taking on the man, sister!

Lena Dunham

Lena Dunham

You’re an unconventional gal, taking on taboo topics by saying what’s on every woman’s mind. You’ve singlehandedly educated a lot of your friends about what feminism is and regularly take the heat for your somewhat controversial opinions. You may not be loved by everyone, but you are respected.