When, following questions about a feud between rappers Meek Mill, Lil Wayne and Birdman, Nicki Minaj was asked if a part of her “thrives on drama", Nicki SHUT THAT SHIT DOWN: "Why would a grown-ass woman thrive off drama? Why would you even say that? That's so peculiar. Four grown-ass men are having issues between themselves, and you're asking me do I thrive off drama?” She continued, “...What did you putting me down right there do for you? Women blame women for things that have nothing to do with them... To put down a woman for something that men do, as if they're children and I'm responsible... because you know that's not just a stupid question. That's a premeditated thing you just did." Needless to say, the interview ended there.
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In further proof Emma Stone is the absolute coolest, she called out a journalist during a Teen Vogue interview in 2012 for asking about her hair. During press for Spiderman, her BF Andrew Garfield couldn’t believe the difference in the questions they were getting asked. "I don't get asked that," he said when Emma was questioned about being blonde. "You get asked interesting, poignant questions because you are a boy," Emma responded. "It's sexism." HELL YEAH IT IS.
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Jennifer Lawrence was less than impressed when this Aussie reporter asked about her weight while filming Hunger Games.
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Similarly, Julianne Moore refused to take part in their mani cam.
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Hilary Clinton, one of the most important women in the world, often gets asked questions about fashion. But we’re guessing Barack Obama does not. During a 2010 interview in Krgyzstan, as Hilary wrapped up answering a question from a female law student about how women are treated differently in the professional world, she was asked about what designers she likes to wear. FACE PALM. “Would you ever ask a man that question?”, she coolly responded, making her thoughts on the matter well known.
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JUST THIS from Lauren Conrad. hand praise emoji
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Having a husband (now ex, sob) in the same bizz, it was easy for Jennifer Garner to identify just how different the questions they get asked on the press junket were. At ELLE’s annual Women in Hollywood event she served up this awesome realness: "Every single person who interviewed me - and this is true of the red carpet here tonight, Elle - asked me, ‘How do you balance work and family?' and he said the only thing that people asked him repeatedly was about the tits on the 'Blurred Lines' girl, which, for the record if we're talking about them, they are real and they are fabulous... As for work-life balance, he said no one asked him about it that day. As a matter of fact, no one had ever asked him about it. And we do share the same family. Isn't it time to kinda change that conversation?"
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JLaw is also obviously not a fan of fashion-based red carpet questions. #AskHerMore
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Zooey Deschanel can wear a fucking flowery dress and still be a feminist, thank you very much.