Meryl Streep introduces Hillary Clinton at the Women in the World Summit:
I find a lot of similarities: We’re roughly the same age, we both have two brothers — mine are annoying — we both grew up in middle-class homes with spirited, big-hearted mothers who encouraged us to do something valuable and interesting with our lives. We both went from public high schools to distinguished women’s colleges. …We both went on to graduate school at Yale, which is where the two paths diverged in the wood.
Where Hillary aimed her life and where it landed was evident very early on. While I was a cheerleader, she was the president of the student government. Where I was the lead in all three musicals, people who know her tell me she should never be encouraged to sing. Regardless, she has turned out to be the voice of her generation. I’m an actress, and she is the real deal.
This is what you get when you play a world leader. But if you want a real world leader, and you’re really, really lucky, this is what you get.
“The focus has to shift at some point from marriage to the real challenges of life. We have to prepare our girls like superheroes. We should not be trained like a dog, ready to be given to a man.” -Kangana Ranaut at the Women In The World summit in London, UK