Little Mix are our absolute spirit animals, y'know? Not only does the way they flip their hair get us overwhelmed, but their harmonies are never not on point and, yeah, we're convinced we're gonna be best mates with 'em one day. Please.
Sass, singing talents and unashamed silliness aside one of our fave things about Perrie, Jesy, Jade and Leigh-Anne is the fact they're always doin' it for the girls. In the patriarchal pop world it's bloody brilliant to see 'em stick a big middle finger up to the industry and just do *them*.
So this got us thinking - we should probably take a look back at loads of times they've served some feminism in the fiercest way, shouldn't we? You with us?
That time they took their mums to the BRITs and it was all just cute and adorable. And STRONG. Strong's a good word.
When Leigh served some feminist real talk to Wonderland.
She said: "It's so refreshing to see females owning it right now. Girl power is what we're about. It's what we stand for as a group. We want to do everything we can to make women feel better about themselves.
"We've had mums come up to us and literally thank us for making the music that we do, saying that since listening to Little Mix their daughters have been happier and more confident in themselves."
That time they all totally had Perrie's back when she cried during 'The End.'
And were there for Jesy during The X Factor days. Er, did someone say 'squad goals' like it's 2015 or some shit?
Remember when Leigh-Anne LITERALLY CRIED over how much she loves Jesy?
Every time they understood that it's all about equality, y'all.
Pezza once oh-so-wisely explained: "DNA was all about female empowerment and Salute's all about it too. I think as well as us being really woman empowerment and woman being a force and girls sticking together, at the same time we never disinclude boys."
('Disinclude' isn't even a word but we can't find the original quote, soz.)
'Salute.' Just 'Salute.'
When Perrie she wanted gals to encourage each other with some body positivity.
Chatting to the Mirror, she said: "The way I see it, when I see Leigh-Anne in a bikini on holiday, I don't think, 'Oh God, Leigh-Anne, put it away'.I look at her and think, 'Yes girl, you've got one of the most insane figures I've ever seen. You f***ing rock that on the beach, because I would'. Girls should be like that.
"We need to encourage each other and if you don't want to have your body out then you don't have to. I never used to want to get my figure out, but now I'm like, 'Yes, here it is'."
Jade talks insecurities.
"Every single girl has something that they're unhappy about but it's just about embracing it. I'm embracing my flat chest because I've learnt it's quite fashionable these days." YAAAAS.
That time they showed Fifth Harmony ladies some love.
Despite the fact, like, everyone pits 'em against each other 'cos they're women.
Oh, they're like a 2016 Spice Girls aren't they?
What d'ya make of that, then? Give us a tweet over @sugarscape with your thoughts and that, if you can be arsed. CHEERS BABES.
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