A single street leads through Petrovka, a Mennonite settlement in Russia, 2013.
A single street leads through Petrovka, a Mennonite settlement in Russia, 2013.Mika Sperling
A single street leads through Petrovka, a Mennonite settlement in Russia, 2013.
A family of ten stands in front of their old house, which will be ­demolished soon in Petrovka, Omsk Oblast, Russia, 2014.
An 11-year-old on a Tuesday afternoon in Petrovka, Russia, 2014.
A brother and sister shortly before the final rehearsal, one day before the Sängerfest, or singer festival, a competition of singers or singer groups in Petrovka, Russia, 2014.
Siblings play with their Russian neighbors in the backyard in Pertrovka, Russia, 2014.
Sisters in their room on a Saturday afternoon in Petrovka, Russia, 2014.
A young cowboy herding cows on the field behind his house in Petrovka, Russia, 2013.
An eleven-year-old girl braiding her hair before church service in Petrovka, Russia, 2014.
A woman, 24, at the Crooked Lake in Petrovka, Omsk Oblast, Russia, 2014.
Young boys play in a swimming pool three days after a house purchase in Solnzevka, Russia, 2014.
A girl waters plants in the front yard of a new house purchased by her parents three days ago in Solnzevka, Russia, 2014.
After games and church service on a Sunday afternoon in Petrovka, Russia, 2013.
A crowd of Russian Mennonites after a singing festival in the woods of Iwanovka, Russia, 2014.
A male choir at the singing festival in the woods of Iwanovka, Russia, 2014.
A "learning station" that teaches prayer during the evangelisation for kids in Omsk Oblast, Russia, 2014.
A woman on the way to Petrovka, Russia, 2013. Forty years have passed since she left the village.
A single street leads through Petrovka, a Mennonite settlement in Russia, 2013.
Mika Sperling
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Here's What 20 Famous Women Think About Feminism

Updated: Nov 06, 2014 11:36 AM ET | Originally published: Sep 22, 2014

Emma Watson gave a speech at the U.N. Women's HeForShe event recently about how important it is for men to be involved in gender equality. "The more I have talked about feminism the more I have realized that fighting for women's rights has too often become synonymous with man-hating," she said. "If there is one thing I know for certain, it's that this has to stop."

Check out the gallery to see what 19 other celebrities think about the state of modern feminism.

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