Former SEX AND THE CITY star Kristin Davis is furious with younger female stars for refusing to sing the praises of generations of feminists.
The beautiful brunette, 40, who played romantic CHARLOTTE YORK on the popular TV show, believes today's young women do a disservice to their female forerunners, who fought for equality, by refusing to describe themselves as feminists.
Davis says, "Our mothers' generation fought so hard to change things.
"And we're the first generation to benefit. And now you get girls in their 20s saying they're not feminists. They just don't realise what others went through to get them the choices they have.
"There's no respect or acknowledgement. It makes me so mad!"