Angèle is a Belgian singer.
In 2018, Angèle released her first album entitled "Brol". One of the most prominent songs on her album is "Balance ton quoi" in which she denounces the ordinary sexism that women experience on a daily basis and echoes the "me too" and "balance ton porc" movements. "Balance ton quoi" has become an anthem of these movements. Her video clip on youtube has been viewed more than 100 million times and has had a huge impact, especially on young audiences.
2. Camille Lellouche
3. Alicia Keys
4. Shailene Woodley
Shailene Woodley is an American actress, producer, environmentalist and climate activist.
She has acted in numerous films and series since she was young, which have been successful worldwide. In 2010, she founded a non-profit organization with her mother called "All it takes". This organization aims to teach practices to young people to promote sustainable and positive change for themselves, others and the environment.
6 years later, she joined the Our Revolution Council, which is a political organization aiming to raise awareness on issues, engaging people in the political process, organizing and electing progressive leaders. In July 2019, Shailene Woodley became an ocean ambassador for Greenpeace.
Throughout her life, she fights and uses her public voice for the environment and demonstrates the issues of the environment.
5. Celeste Barber
Celeste Barber is an Australian comedian, writer and video artist. She is known on social networks for her posts and parody videos of famous women, especially models in very sensual poses.
She used to joke via message with her sister about how women behave on a daily basis and how they are represented in these promotional photos and videos. She then decided to share them publicly by parodying them, and she became known worldwide. She accumulates no less than 9 million followers on her instagram account, where it’s possible to find posts where she tries to recreate photos of famous women, parodying the photo.
She uses her voice to showcase the very difference between the appearance lots of women have on social media compared to the reality we all live in. A good way to remind everyone that perfection doesn't exist, or yes it does: perfection is accepting who we are as we are, and growing from there.
As Oscar use to say, any way : “Be yourself, everyone else is already taken”