These male celebs are all enthusiastic feminists

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Harrison Ford - When asked if he was a feminist, the 'Star Wars' actor responded: "Yes, because I like women and I respect them."

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Harry Styles - This former One Directioner is a grand supporter of #HeForShe and is a self-proclaimed feminist.

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Kiefer Sutherland - The Canadian actor said at the UN launch of #HeForShe that fighting for equality is a 24/7 job. He also said it is about "human progress for all."

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Ryan Gosling - The actor is a well-known supporter of feminism. "I think women are better than men. They are stronger, more evolved," he told the Evening Standard.

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Jason Momoa - This actor's experience being raised by a single mother is part of the reason he supports feminism and he considers women to be very strong.

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Stephen Curry - The NBA star and father of girls has said that it is not just fathers of daughters that should care about women's rights. It is for all men, and all people.

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John Legend - The singer once said, "All men should be feminists. If men care about women, the world will be a better place."

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt - Gordon-Levitt is another actor who also owes his feminist views to his mother and how he was raised. He proudly calls himself a feminist.

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Jason Sudeikis - Sudeikis spoke to People magazine about feminism, saying he was "going to wave that flag freely and as high as I can hold it."

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Chaz Bono - This transgender activist and actor advocates ferociously for women's rights and LGBT issues.

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