To me [growing up], there was never a lexicon for ‘feminism’. I’m surrounded by strong women who are self-determining and rad. What becomes a murky, difficult territory is where people assume a victimhood. You know, I’ve had so many interviews with people looking at me with ‘Oh, you poor thing’ eyes. ‘Oh, you know, it must be so hard for you.’ I’m going, are you kidding me? I’m my own boss. I travel the world. ‘Oh, you poor thing’? I’m not a victim. It’s tricky territory, I think, because I was never raised to see myself in that regard. I was raised to be self-actualising.