15 Movie Quotes about Feminism

15 Movie Quotes about Feminism

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This is a man's world

But it wouldn't be nothing, nothing without a woman or a girl. Since International Women's Day is around the corner, let's talk about feminism. It's not only about women's rights. The truth is you don’t need to be a woman to be anti-patriarchy and advocate for gender equality. Since men already have the loudest voices in our societies, it is undeniable that we need them to be on board with feminism if this world is ever going to become a better place for our children. If you are one of us check out our best movie quotes about feminism.

From the movie: Moxie

“This dress code thing may seem like whatever to you, it may seem like whatever to all of you. But I’d say it’s another way to control women. And if you’re doing nothing, then you’re part of the problem. ”

Sabrina Haskett - Kaitlynn

From the movie: Moxie

“I hate that we are shoved aside. Dismissed. Nobody does anything. Nobody listens to us.”

Hadley Robinson - Vivian

From the TV Series: Bridgerton

“Should a woman not be valued for so much more than her dancing skills or her comportment? Should we not value a woman instead for her candor, her character, her true accomplishments?”

Julie Andrews - Lady Whistledown

From the TV Series: Bridgerton

“I take issue with any man who views women merely as chattels and breeding stock.”

Simone Ashley - Kate Sharma

From the TV Series: Fleabag

“Sometimes I worry, I wouldn’t be such a feminist if I had bigger tits.”

Phoebe Waller-Bridge - Fleabag

From the TV Series: American Horror Story

“I'm an old-school, OG feminist. And do you know who my favorite politician of all time is? Donald J. Trump. For thousands of years, mankind has built civilization with a single intention: to keep woman contained. Face down, ass up. Compliant. Donald Trump cannot tie his dick-tripping ties correctly, but Hillary gets attacked for her goddamn hideous St. John pantsuits. And with every catcall, every put-down, every slap and pass-over at work, the anger compounds. As the orgasm inequality builds, so does the rage. We are sitting on the biggest bomb the universe has ever seen. Do you know what it is, Mr. Anderson? Female rage. The patriarchy has dammed it up for millennia, and Donald J. Trump is the first world leader to start hammering away at that dam. With every tweet, with every eye-roll, every pussy grabbed, he is slowly releasing the fury. It's beautiful.”

Lyla Porter-Follows - Bebe Babbitt

From the TV Series: Elite

“We are women and I don’t like men to play with us.”

Danna Paola - Lu Montesinos

From the TV Series: Sex Education

“She’s not an object! You keep describing her as inanimate objects, but she is a person.”

Asa Butterfield - Otis Milburn

From the movie: Moxie

“Vivian-If you keep your head down, he’ll move on and bother somebody else.
Lucy-Thanks for the advice, but I’m gonna keep my head up…high. ”

Alycia Pascual-Pena - Lucy
Hadley Robinson - Vivian

From the movie: Dumplin'

“- Willowdean: It's a protest!
- Millie: What's our point?
- Hannah: It's a revolt against the oppressive hetero-patriarchy unconsciously internalised by the female psyche!
- Millie: Oh.”

Danielle Macdonald - Willowdean
Maddie Baillio - Millie

From the movie: Battle of the Sexes

“- Bobby Riggs: No offense. You're still a feminist, right?
- Billie Jean King: No, I'm a tennis player who happens to be a woman.”

Steve Carrell - Bobby Riggs
Emma Stone - Billie Jean King

From the movie: The Boondock Saints

“- Connor: The rule of thumb here is...
- Rosengurtie: Wait, rule of thumb? In the early 1900s it was legal for men to beat their wives, as long as they used a stick no wider than their thumb.
- Connor: Can't do much damage with that then, can we? Perhaps it should have been a rule of wrist?”

during job training for an avid feminist

Sean Patrick Flanery - Connor MacManus
Dot-Marie Jones - Rosengurtle Baumgartener

From the movie: The Full Monty

“- Gerald: Fat, David, is a feminist issue.
- Dave: Well, what's that supposed to mean?
- Gerald: I don't bloody know, do I? But it is.”

Tom Wilkinson - Gerald
Mark Addy - Dave

From the movie: Before Sunrise

“I have this awful paranoid thought that feminism was mostly invented by men so that they could like, fool around a little more. You know, women, free your minds, free your bodies, sleep with me. We're all happy and free as long as I can fuck as much as I want.”

Julie Delpy - Céline

From the movie: Masked and Anonymous

“- Jack Fate: By the way, which side of the political fence are you on?
- Desk Clerk: I do not belong to any political party, sir. I guess you could call me... a feminist.”

Bob Dylan - Jack Fate
Tracey Walter - Desk Clerk