Stars have spoken out to mark International Women’s Day by explaining what they think a world without sexism would look like.
Kate Upton, Melinda Gates, and Sydney Sweeney were among those to talk to Glamour about female empowerment.
Upton, who is the founder of Strong4Me Fitness, told the mag: “A world without sexism would be a world where hard work, merit, and qualifications are put before gender.
“True partnerships would be present rather than the constrictions of traditional roles. Instead of being put in a box, everyone is on an even playing field and therefore benefits. This is the world in which I want my daughter to thrive.”
Gates, co-founder of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and author of The Moment of Lift, continued, “A world without sexism would be a world with fewer barriers between girls and the women they dream of becoming. We’d see women leading and shaping all aspects of society—fully empowered as decision-makers in their families, their communities, their governments, and their workplaces.”
“The Handmaid’s Tale” actress Sweeney shared, “Wow, that is a dream world. One, I think that we’d be supporting each other even more. Guys and girls, we would all be one, which would be amazing. It just sounds like a dream. I wish it was real.”