Diane Kruger Is So Over Hollywood’s Treatment Of Women

It’s 2017, but women continue to be paid just 81% of the average full-time salaried male income. Despite a narrowing gap due to our progress in education and being included in the workforce, the US Census Bureau reported that this earnings ratio hasn’t seen much change in a decade, and it’s unlikely that women will reach pay equity until 2059. (By that time, we can only hope the numbers stabilize for the sake of our daughters—and daughters’ daughters.) From Jennifer Lawrence’s viral Lenny Letter to Emma Watson’s HeForShe campaign for women’s advancement, some of Hollywood’s leading ladies have come forward to denounce the gender wage gap, as well as the impact it might have on the future generation of girls. Here, the celebs whose quotes help inspire change.

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