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Charli XCX Tackles 'The F-Word' AKA Feminism In New Documentary

She made 'The F-Word And Me' with the BBC.

Remember the 2014 VMAs, when Beyoncé closed out the ceremony with a gripping, fearless declaration of self and of feminism?

Charli XCX does, too. And she remembered that moment when she teamed up with BBC for a new documentary called "The F-Word And Me" that explores what it's like to be a young woman working in music in 2015.

"The 'F word' -- that's feminism -- is everywhere. Young kids are being blasting with what feminism is because Beyoncé's standing in front of a massive screen that says 'feminism' on it," Charli says in the doc. "And that's great."

But it's more complicated than that. Charli shared on Twitter her reasons for participating in the special, saying the question of how woman are thriving (or not) in the music industry is "annoying/complex," but still worthwhile.

To get answers, Charli spoke with Ryn Weaver, Bleachers' Jack Antonoff, Marina And The Diamonds and Liz, all artists Charli said she "admires" and who "have distinct voices" and are "empowering."

Charli also took to Twitter Tuesday night (Nov. 24) to answer some fan questions about the doc. For example, what would she name her hypothetical all-female band?

Where should listeners go for some solid girl power jams?

And how, exactly, would she sum up her fans in two words?

Right on. Check out Charli's "The F-Word And Me" right here if you're in the U.K. And if you're in the U.S., it's floating around online, too.