When Jennifer Lawrence wrote her recent op-ed, speaking out against gender inequality, she wasn't looking for compliments. She was simply looking for people to pay women the same as men if they're equally qualified for the job.
Just because the Hunger Games actress wasn't fishing for compliments, doesn't mean she didn't get any--and one in particular likely trumps the rest.
— Harper's Bazaar (@harpersbazaarus) October 17, 2015
Yes, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lauded Jennifer Lawrence, saying it's hard to speak out against issues, especially when it might make you unpopular.
Brava, Jennifer. It's hard to speak up against inequity and risk being unpopular—but equal pay matters for us all. http://t.co/g29cRkq5ln
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 16, 2015
Jennifer Lawrence even received kudos from male actors. Bradley Cooper has worked with Jennifer Lawrence a number of times. The two starred in The Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle.
Following Jennifer Lawrence's wage gap essay, Bradley Cooper says he'll share salary information w/ female co-stars http://t.co/WoMZALaorM
— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) October 16, 2015
Jennifer Lawrence is nothing if not gutsy. She hasn't taken on just Hollywood, either. She has taken on gender inequality everywhere.
Hollywood needs a strong female figure who is not only brilliant on the big screen, but brilliant and brave behind the scenes as well.
They have certainly found that in Jennifer Lawrence.