Rashida Jones teaches Stephen Colbert how to be a feminist

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Think feminism is always serious? Think again. While appearing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to promote her TV show Angie Tribeca, Rashida Jones took a moment to school Montclair resident Stephen Colbert about the finer points of feminism. Jones, who shared some do’s and don’ts of feminism with Glamour a few weeks ago, said that the “f word” is not a bad one to be avoided. “I think that people equate it with being a man hater, which it’s not that. It’s just about gender equality.”

Then Jones asked Colbert if he knows what he has to do to be a feminist, and Colbert wondered if he could join the “club.” In order to do that, Jones wanted to give him a feel for some of the inane red carpet questions typical posted to female actresses, like “Who are you wearing?” and “What’s your beauty regimen?” Watch Colbert get a crash course in sexism and find out what he considers one of the ways being a man is harder than being a woman.