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If you take a look at the film industry from a general viewpoint, you would realize that women are underrepresented.

And that's why you need to watch these feminist movies every girl should see at least once.

Female actresses are being paid less money than male actors.

Moreover, it has been identified that only 74 women were invited out of all 271 invitees to join The Academy of Motion Arts.

Due to this, women often find it difficult to enjoy a movie because they are often misrepresented.

However, you don’t need to worry too much over that fact because there are plenty of feminist movies every girl should see .

Here is a list of 12 of the most prominent feminist movies out there.

Enjoy!

1. POCAHONTAS

Pocahontas is an animated movie by Disney.

The story of this movie is based on a real person named Pocahontas.

The entire movie rotates around the life of this Native American woman.

Pocahontas was not just a princess, who had the luxury of living in a castle.

She was a courageous, smart, strong and rebellious woman.

Even the father of Pocahontas once said that she speaks with wisdom beyond the eyes.

She can be considered as the most recognizable feminists among Disney princesses and Pocahontas is definitely one of the top feminist movies every girl should see.

2. THELMA & LOUISE

Thelma & Louise is a road movie, which was released back in 1991.

The story is about two friends who are going for a short weekend getaway.2

Even though it was supposed to be an ordinary road trip, an unfortunate accident changed their journey.

While facing these challenges, Thelma & Louise strengthen the bond that they have with each other.

This movie clearly shows how strong a woman can be.

3. MISS CONGENIALITY

Miss Congeniality is a movie about an FBI agent, which was released back in 2000.

Sandra Bullock plays the main role in this movie.2

She is an independent and smart woman who is dedicated to her job.

In fact, she pays more attention to her role as an FBI agent than she does to her appearance.

While she is working as an FBI agent, the FBI receives a letter, which threatens to attack the Miss United States pageant.

So now she's got to be a beauty queen and an FBI agent at the same time, proving that women can do it all.

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