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Beyonce Shuts Down Women Against Feminism With A Single Snap

There. She fixed it.

“Women Against Feminism” has become a thing and we can pretty much hear the hoofbeats of the Four Horsemen, signaling End Times.

Lucky for us, Beyoncé has stepped in to save the day with a single photo — as she’s been known to do.

Tuesday (July 22), Bey posted a photo to Instagram in which she’s all kitted out like Rosie The Riveter, flexing under the words “We Can Do It.” She didn’t provide any context for the snap, but we’re pretty much assuming that she posted it to basically save the world from itself. Also because she looks damn good in loose denim.

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Queen Bey isn’t new to feminism — she’s basically been dubbed an honorary Riot Grrrl by Bikini Kill’s Kathleen Hanna and she contributed an essay to Maria Shriver’s “The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Pushes Back from the Brink.” Oh, and she’s been repping the “f” word on tour with Jay Z, too, incorporating the term into her stage show in massive black and white letters.

Now tell us again why you don’t need feminism, ladies. The Beygency is listening…

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