Just when you thought you couldn't be more in awe of Rowan Blanchard, the 14-year-old slayed a speech about feminism that will have you standing in your seat.
Standing before a crowd of young people, Blanchard defined the meaning of feminism for the audience, breaking down the social stigmas that are frequently associated with what it means to be a "real man" or a "real woman" in 2015.
"You can't pass a magazine stand without seeing headlines about what actress isn't skinny enough or if you're a guy, oftentimes, you can't cry or show remotely any kind of emotion without being called 'gay' or a number of slurs," said Blanchard.
She paused. "And for the record, 'gay' never was and will continue to never be an insult."
Blanchard also mentioned the stereotypical roles women -- especially those of color -- are boxed into and why that's a problem.
"As a teen actress, I want to play teens who are layered and intricate and complicated. I don't want to play roles that make us look dumb and annoying because I know teens, and 20,000 of us are intelligent and are here to change the world."
Can we all be Rowan when we grow up?