Feminist Men We Love - Bill Bailey. TV comedian Bill Bailey is an outspoken feminist and supporter of the Fawcett Society, which campaigns for women’s rights. He posed for a photo with his pipe, wearing a Fawcett Society T-shirt that read: "This is what a feminist looks like." The image subsequently went viral as a powerful representation of men supporting the female cause.
Feminist Men We Love - Ben Stiller. “I think that in general, there’s a certain ‘men’s club’ sort of attitude about comedy in terms of how men see women. But it goes deeper than that. I think men want to see women in a certain light, it’s subconscious and they’re not even aware of it. It has to do with men’s outlook on women. Hopefully that will change.”
Feminist Men We Love - Richard Branson. Billionaire businessman Richard Branson urged men to promise to help end violence against women for the ‘Ring the Bell‘ campaign by Breakthrough. "As men, we all have something to give. We all have the power to do our own part to stop the global pandemic of violence against women and girls. It is holding us all back.”
Feminist Men We Love - Ian Somerhalder. Explaining why he took part in ‘The Real Man’ campaign run by Womens Aid UK, Vampire Diaries star Ian Somerhalder said: “I wanted to take part in this campaign because it’s so easy to forget the many women who live their lives in fear because of domestic violence. "Men have an important role to play in sending out the message that real men do not hurt or abuse their partners.”
Feminist Men We Love - Justin Timberlake. Superstar Justin Timberlake starred in a minute-long advert to raise awareness for the “Real Men Don’t Buy Girls” campaign to end human trafficking and sex slavery.