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Gillian at London Eye 8 March 2017
Gillian at Buckingham Palace : 8 March 2017
Actress Gillian Anderson, dressed casually in black jeans and pussy bow blouse with her hair tied back from her face, said: ‘International Women’s Day has been in existence for a while, (and is) particularly poignant at this time.
‘And as you saw with the recent rally [against Trump], the idea of women coming together en masse is becoming a more acceptable way of raising our voice and a necessary way of raising our voice, in order to speak up about what’s not working and what are the changes we would like to see happen,’ she said.
She said there was ‘no–one-size fits all’ feminism and women with strong views can come from the most unlikely corners of society.
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