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Hayley Atwell, Gal Gadot

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Hayley Atwell may play an unstoppable secret agent for the Strategic Scientific Reserve on Marvel's ABC show, but in real life, she's just as badass.

The Agent Carter star was part of the amazing Women Who Kick Ass panel during Comic-Con this past weekend, along with future Wonder Woman Gal Godot and American Horror Story's Kathy Bates, and the group of famous women were asked about experiencing sexism on set.

The question was originally directed at having to correct lines they thought their characters wouldn't say, but Atwell explained that her problem isn't so much focused on lines...

"It's not so much things she wouldn't say," Hayley began, "It often involves me just going, 'I don't think she would be naked in this scene. There's no need for that. I'm not doing it just to fulfill your weird little fantasy.'"

Damn straight, you tell 'em, girlfriend!

This isn't the first time Atwell has taken a stand against sexism in the industry, either. She previously told Hitfix that sexism is very much prevalent in the industry nowadays, just in a different way than what we're used to.

"I think it's much harder these days to identify moments of sexism," she said. "Because they just have very sophisticated ways of hiding themselves."

She also recently addressed another controversial topic in the industry—photoshopping.

The actress, who often interacts with fans on Twitter, addressed a tweet showing her image on the cover of a German TV magazine...but not in the way you'd expect. The Twitter user asked Hayley, "Why are you so beautiful?"—a perfectly reasonable compliment-in-question-form for the actress, by the way—which elicited her hilarious (but awesomely real) response: "Why am I so photoshopped?"

Why so awesome?