The mistress of evil from the Maleficent wrote an essay for the Elle Magazine addressing the oppression faced by women. The actress said: “Why is so much energy expended to keep women in a secondary position?”
Further she said: “Wicked women are just women who are tired of injustice and abuse. Women who refused to follow codes and rules they don’t believe are best for themselves and their families. Women who won’t even give up on their voice and rights, even at the risk of death or imprisonment or rejection by their families and communities”.
“If that is wickedness then we need more wickedness”.
In a country like Pakistan where women are maltreated. Sometimes honor killed and sometimes killed for not bringing the favourite dowry we can’t agree more to this.
The Mr and Mrs smith actress said she has taught her daughters that “ the most important thing they can do is develop their minds. It doesn’t matter what you wear on the outside if your mind isn’t strong. You can always put on a pretty dress. There is nothing more attractive, you might even say enchanting , than a women independent of will and her opinion.
The diva’s this essay interprets the struggle women all around the world go through to achieve their status.