A feminist icon in her own right, Megan Fox says the feminist movement is just a “game” that she can play for laughs.
In an interview with MTV News, Fox, 41, said she doesn’t necessarily want to become a feminist, but that she’s an active participant.
She said she has always had a “positive view of women,” but added that it’s not that she thinks women are bad.
She continued:”I just think it’s a game.
It’s a fun game.
I’m not a super-serious person, and I’m certainly not a really big fan of the word ‘feminism,’ but I just think there’s a lot of things that you can do for a laugh.
You can get into the joke.”
Fox, who was born in South Carolina, grew up on the East Coast in Florida.
She was a star in the TV show “Glee,” which was nominated for two Emmys.
She starred in the film “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic” and was nominated in the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress.
Fox’s most recent film was “I Am The Mother,” which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.
It stars Kristen Stewart, Amy Schumer, and Will Ferrell.
Fox said that she enjoys the role of a role model for young girls.
She added:”It’s a big thing for me to talk to young girls and tell them, ‘Don’t be afraid to be yourself, you can be a good person, you should be able to do whatever you want to do.'”
Watch Fox’s full interview below.