+ Keira Knightley talks feminism and earning more than her husband James Righton to Porter magazine: "That’s what our national newspapers are telling girls – that you have to feel guilty about doing well if it’s making a man feel uncomfortable, which it doesn’t with my husband and it didn’t with my dad. But yet our society is telling us that’s what it should be". (full interview)
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+ She also talked about teaching her daughter Edie about consent: "When we watched Sleeping Beauty, she said, ‘It’s not OK that man kissed her without her permission!’ I can’t tell you how pleased I was. If I don’t do anything else, I’ve managed to drum that in!”
+ Knightley’s new film Misbehaviour - in which she plays historian and feminist Sally Alexander - is about the events surrounding the 1970 Miss World competition, which saw the first black competitor win and huge protests from the burgeoning Women’s Liberation Movement.
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