26. Rowan Blanchard
Blanchard has done a lot of reflection on what it means for women to have equality. In a Teen Vogue interview, she shared, "I started thinking about the feminism I was initially being sold, which was basically that boys and girls should be equal. But there are intersections, and a lot of reasons why it is easier for me to achieve that equality than it is for some of my friends. You have to always question your politics: Am I being as inclusive as I possibly can? Is this thing that I said, could it be xenophobic?"