British actress Natalie Dormer has come a long way in her acting career over the course of the past few years, landing some very big roles on the small screen, as well as appearing in a number of movies too. With Natalie becoming such a well-known and well recognised face, she has decided to use her fame in order to send a message to women around the world, with the actress wanting women to keep being strong and not let what women before them have done be forgotten.
Dormer was talking to the Daily Mail newspaper, when she shared, "I was talking to young girls who are still the property of their fathers or their husbands. We can't go backwards and give away what we've won. I think our mothers and grandmothers and great-grandmothers fought to give us choice."
She added, "I think you can be Vanda Jordan and walk in wearing a patent leather corset, if that is what you have chosen. Equally, you can burn your bra and not shave and do nothing but wear flats. It's your choice. The empowerment is in the choice you made, and not that you felt compelled, by peer pressure, legality -- or men."
As far as her acting career is concerned, Natalie Dormer might not be seen on the big screen or the small screen for a little while, as she is currently showing her talents on the stage in London's West End, taking on the role of Vanda Jordan in the hit play Venus in Fur. Well good luck, Natalie but don't stay away from our screens for too long.