Fifth Harmony are feminists

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Fifth Harmony are feminists

Fifth Harmony have revealed they are all "feminists".

The 'Work from Home' hitmakers - comprised of Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, Camila Cabello and Lauren Jauregui - all believe in girl power and want their female fans to be inspired by them and realise they can achieve anything they want to in life.

In an interview with the Summer 2016 issue of FASHION Magazine, Dinah said: "Fifth Harmony are all feminists. It's our duty to reach out to people and let them know a woman can be just as powerful as a man can be."

The girl group want their fans to be empowered and turn their backs on cyber bullying and "sl*t shaming" and instead support their girlfriends and other women.

Lauren said: "Stop the name-calling and stop telling people what to wear or how to act. I wish I could ban using sl*t anywhere. I hate that f***ing word."

Talking about online trolling, Camila chimed in: "Confidence comes with experience and growth. I used to be insecure, so I stopped reading hateful comments on Twitter. I cut that out of my life. That's when I grew into a person I was proud of."

The new issue of FASHION Magazine hits newsstands and goes onto iPads on May 16.