Bella Thorne will be joining in the Women’s March in Washington, DC this weekend with countless other celebs and amazing women.
Ahead of joining them, the Famous in Love actress has penned an essay opening up about women’s rights.
“I’m upset with how women are being raised in our society today,” she rights. “Right now. Right now, women are being taught to view themselves based on their physical appearance. It’s 2017, and we are still allowing our looks to dictate who we should be or how worthy we are.”
Bella adds, “I often wonder where all this hate and misogyny even started from. How did we let it get this bad? And why aren’t we stopping it? So many people go online, ready to spread negativity as opposed to compassion for others. I say f*** the haters. Let’s be us!! Whatever we wanna be in this world, we can be.”
Read Bella‘s entire essay on Refinery29 right now!
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