People always ask me about 'Girls' with this kind of hesitation. What do I think of it? I love it. It's awesome. I get a lot of Where do you come down on this? I come down on the side of 'Yay, Lena Dunham. Congratulations. I'm jealous.' She's doing something so fantastic. Maybe it's not for everybody, but it certainly is for me.
To me, feminism is such a simple description: it's equal rights, economic rights, political rights, and social rights.
I'm almost numb to misogyny at this point. It's just everywhere.
One of the magical things about Nashville is just how many incredibly talented people are here and the way they support each other.
What I'm not about is exploiting women.
When I lived in Nashville, Tanya Tucker and people like that were coming up, and I'm sure that Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette were going, 'What's that noise? That's not country.' It's always been this battle where whoever comes up behind the reigning stars isn't country enough. There really is a lot more crossover now.