Vanessa Hudgens gives her passionate definition of feminism


Vanessa Hudgens gave a thought-provoking interview about her take on wearing bras and how she personally defines feminism.

The High School Musical actress, 32, appeared on the cover of GLAMOR UK’s December digital issue, where she said, “Free the nipple!” Bras are uncomfortable! “

In the interview, she also explained that her personal definition of feminism is “being able to do whatever you want,” as well as detailing her father’s death in 2016 and her position on the royal family.

Speaking Out: Vanessa Hudgens gave a thought-provoking interview about her take on wearing bras and how she personally defines feminism

Vanessa looked simply stunning in the issue’s dazzling cover photoshoot, as she slipped into a series of stunning ensembles.

In one striking image, the actress wore a velvet tuxedo dress with silk lapels with a long vampish manicure that complemented the look perfectly.

It was her beauty styles that stole the show, but the raven was coated in shimmering powder worked through the roots.

Speaking about her lingerie preferences, she said, “Free the nipple! Bras are uncomfortable. If you are feeling more comfortable and ready to take on the world in a bra, then wear one by all means. But for me personally, they’re just not comfortable.

Release: The High School Musical actress, 32, appeared on the cover of the December digital issue of GLAMOR UK, where she said:

Release: The High School Musical actress, 32, appeared on the cover of the December digital issue of GLAMOR UK, where she said: “Free the nipple! Bras are uncomfortable!”

In her positions on feminism, Vanessa said: “Feminism for me means being able to do whatever you want to do and being supported …

“We should have equal rights, we should have equal pay. It’s about supporting each other, raising other women so that we can achieve the things we want to do.

Seeing the portrayal on screen, Vanessa said, “My mom is from the Philippines, and growing up there weren’t really many women who looked like me, my mom and my family on screen. …

“It’s so important to share all the different stories because America is a huge melting pot, [just like the] world.’

Wow!  In the interview, she also explained that her personal definition of feminism is

Wow! In the interview, she also explained that her personal definition of feminism is “to be able to do whatever you want”.

Vanessa starred as Rizzo in the production of Fox Grease: Live! the evening after her father, Greg, died of stage 4 cancer in 2016 – something that was widely discussed at the time, but Vanessa insisted it still would have happened.

She remembers: “There was never a time when I thought I wouldn’t do [Grease: Live!] because my father would like me to do it …

“He gave so much time and energy to make my dreams come true and to have a career where I can do what I love. So I felt I needed to do it, because that’s what he wanted [me] to do.’

Long ago: Vanessa played the role of Rizzo in the production of Fox Grease: Live!  the evening after her father, Greg, died of stage 4 cancer in 2016 - something that was widely discussed at the time

Long ago: Vanessa played the role of Rizzo in the production of Fox Grease: Live! the evening after her father, Greg, died of stage 4 cancer in 2016 – something that was widely discussed at the time

Daddy's Girl: Vanessa pictured with dad Greg in 2007

Daddy’s Girl: Vanessa pictured with dad Greg in 2007

Of the Royal Family, she said: “I’m not really up to the Royal Family, I would never want to be a Royal… I like to live my life to the fullest…

“The aspect of giving back, I think it’s really nice to be able to make such an important change. And that’s something that I try to incorporate into my day-to-day life and my heritage, just by working with organizations …

“But yeah, the day-to-day life of it all… I mean, I guess I’m already under surveillance being someone on camera, but the Royal Family has it on a whole new level. I … It’s just not for me.

Read the full interview in the December digital issue of GLAMOR UK online now.

Outside: In her positions on feminism, Vanessa said:

Outside: In her positions on feminism, Vanessa said: “For me feminism means being able to do whatever you want to do and being supported”

Duo: Seeing the portrayal on screen, Vanessa said:

Duo: Seeing the portrayal on screen, Vanessa said, “My mom is from the Philippines, and growing up there weren’t really many women who looked like me, my mom and my family out there. ‘screen”


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