1. When Beyoncé helped promote the perfect comeback to anyone who says "Feminism is man-hating."
2. And then Zooey Deschanel championed all women who work hard.
3. When Zoe Saldana told women to never limit themselves.
4. And Angelina Jolie gave this fantastic response to a question about being a ~Bond girl~.
5. When Katy Perry refused to engage with this question pitting women up against each other.
6. And Fifth Harmony were equally as reluctant to talk about one of their friends for "acting a fool and ho-ing it up".
7. When Christina Aguilera gave this response when asked about "being a bitch".
8. And Nicki Minaj reminded us all that we HAVE TO speak our damn minds.
9. Before pointing out that men are NEVER criticised for doing the same.
10. Then Tina Fey wrote this goddamn perfect line in Mean Girls.
11. When Amy Poehler reminded us all to give ourselves a break.
12. And Lady Gaga told us to embrace every part of who we are.
13. Before Ellen DeGeneres told us that beauty has nothing to do with physical appearance.
14. When Taylor Swift schooled the world on how to be happy without being in a relationship.
15. And Selena Gomez showed us exactly how to laugh about a relationship once the heartache has subsided.
16. Before Nina Dobrev shut down this patronising question about love.
"I'm not single, I'm choosing to exist, now get lost."
17. When Michelle Obama revealed the inspiring advice she's given to her daughters.
18. And Mindy Kaling told us how to be successful.
19. While Viola Davis reminded us that we're all individuals.
21. And Jennifer Lawrence gave this response to a question about her hair and makeup...
22. ...Which was only just beaten by her response to how she "got ready for the Oscars."
I mean, we could ask her a question about something other than her appearance? Just a thought.
23. When Emma Watson reminded us of this important fact.
24. Before using her fame to draw attention to the inequality of the film industry.
"Seven percent of directors are female. Why are we not telling women's stories? Why are women not directing their own stories?"