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Demi Lovato Channels Feminist Symbol Rosie The Riveter -- See The Pic!

We can do it, Lovatics!

Another day, another reason to love Demi Lovato. On Friday (September 26), the "Really Don't Care" singer Instagrammed a photo of herself flexing, which she captioned: "Gettin' stronger everyday Be good to your body, and your body will be good to you ❤️❤️❤️."

I'm always down for some self-love inspo, but the fact that Demi's clearly channeling Rosie the Riveter with her pose and that red bandana really cements my love for this pic.

Yes flex zone.

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In case you're not familiar with the history of Rosie the Riveter, who was not an actual woman but a swath of World War II-era imagery, here's a quick summary.

The visuals -- some variation on a woman working hard at some industrial, traditionally masculine task -- were created by the U.S. government for a campaign that urged women to join the labor force, thereby filling gaps left by men who had enlisted in the American war effort in Europe. Her name came from a popular swing song from 1943 by bandleader James Kern "Kay" Kyser, says the History channel.

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In recent times, the now-iconic Rosie the Riveter visuals have been adopted as a feminist symbol, and any one of them would make for a pretty good Halloween costume -- that is, if you want people to think you're really awesome and cool and junk.

Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera and Pink know what I'm talking about. All three singers have embraced a Rosie-inspired look in recent years: Bey for Instagram, Xtina in her "Candyman" video and Pink for "Raise Your Glass."

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If you're interested in learning more about the history behind Rosie the Riveter, check out "The Life And Times Of Rosie The Riveter," a documentary from 1980 that actually interviews a bunch of the "real-life Rosies" who joined the workforce during World War II.

Wanna do a movie night, Demi? Hit me up.