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You may remember Mark Ruffalo from 'actors you never think about' (sorry Mark!) but maybe you oughta start thinking about him a little more. Thoroughly inoffensive in every scenario you've ever known him to be in (except as Marvel's Hulk), Mark is calling out all the anti feminist suckers on the internet and he is doing it immaculately. 

He reposted blogger Libby Anne's short essay on the "I am not a feminist" phenomenon that is literally plaguing the internet. In short, girls who are either too afraid of the moniker or too comfortable in life to see how feminism impacts them, have rejected the movement-- a fad which Mark Ruffalo is very against. 

My response to the "I am not a feminist internet phenomenon"…First of all, it's clear you don't know what feminism is. But I'm not going to explain it to you. You can google it. To quote an old friend, I am not the feminist babysitter

Mark Ruffalo, Libby Anne cosign

 

 

In what is likely the most important co-sign ever, Mark Ruffalo reaffirms his position as a feminist ally and friend of the movement. Mark has previously expressed a passion for social justice issues via his tumblr

On his site, Mark champions issues like clean water and renewable energy. Not to mention sexism, racism, and gender equality. 

Unfortunately, he is married because why wouldn't he be? He is perfect. 

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