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The fact that slut-shaming is still a thing in 2016 is totally absurd, but luckily there are a lot of celebrities with large platforms speaking out against it. Recently, Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello shut down a fan’s insulting comment about her whereabouts. After the group, minus Cabello, took a trip to Vegas, a fan commented the following on an Instagram post: “Interesting isn’t it? While the girls were on Britney‘s concert, Camila was [expletive] with Diplo. What a shame.” Cabello quickly replied, “Well isn’t that ironic? A fan of a group who only talks about feminism and supporting women that work hard in their line of work leaves a shaming comment like this. A woman and a man can work together without a woman having to offer her body for it.” She later went on to tweet the following to further emphasize her point.  

We applaud Cabello’s decision to stand up for herself and women everywhere by not tolerating any form of slut-shaming. With such a large platform, celebrities have a responsibility to be positive role models and start a conversation about women’s issues. Here are some badass celebrities who have spoken out against slut-shaming.

Amber Rose

The model is well-known for speaking out against slut-shaming and is the organizer behind the infamous Amber Rose Slut Walk, a march that promotes gender equality and stopping sexual violence. 

Ariana Grande

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The singer has been known to call out slut-shamers and body-shamers in a lighthearted way, but her sassy limo Instagram post is hands down one of her best reactions.

Amy Schumer

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A huge advocate for women doing whatever the hell they want and not caring what anyone has to say about it, Amy Schumer is quick to shut down slut-shamers, even creating an entire episode of Inside Amy Schumer that focused on the pressure put on women by the media.

Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato loves promoting body positivity and thinks everyone should be confident, but if you’re being fake AF, she’s gonna call you out. In light of the ongoing situation surrounding Kesha earlier this year, it wasn’t uncommon to find Lovato sounding off on Twitter on what it really means to be a feminist.

Nicki Minaj

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Nicki Minaj has faced a lot of backlash. Her "Anaconda" video received criticism for being too risque and hypersexualized, but to that, Minaj says women should be smart, sexy, and powerful —and they shouldn’t have to hide it.

Bella Thorne

The actress has shared how she never experienced a problem with showing skin in her native Miami, and that it’s much more of an issue in L.A. She believes anyone who is confident with their body has the right to show it to the world.

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus is never going to apologize for being herself, and she doesn’t think women should have to either. The singer has specifically spoken out against sexism in the music industry, as she has experienced it with her music and performances.

Lauren Jauregui

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Camila Cabelo isn’t the only Fifth Harmony singer who’s tired of slut-shaming. Fellow member Lauren Jauregui says they get a lot of negative comments about how they dress in their videos and finds it to be a total double standard when it comes to male celebrities.

Blac Chyna

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The fashion industry and feminists alike will never forget the time that Blac Chyna stood in solidarity with Amber Rose at the 2015 MTV VMAs, wearing outfits covered head to toe in derogatory slurs.

Abigail Breslin

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The most recent Kim Kardashian West nude selfie stirred up a lot of controversy, but actress Abigail Breslin was quick to come to Kardashian West's defense by reminding everyone that slut-shaming is never okay and it’s up to a woman to decide what she does or doesn’t do with her body.