Fifth Harmony formed on The X Factor in 2012. Since then, the quintet has enjoyed tremendous success, including “Worth It,” the Kid Ink-assisted song that has more than 49 million views on YouTube.

Given its success, Fifth Harmony has seen the pressure the faces entertainers. For male performers, there are specific expectations, the group says.

“I feel like there are pressures to be less emotional,” Fifth Harmony’s Camila Cabello says during an interview with All Access. “Drake and Macklemore took a lot of hate for putting really emotional content into their songs. So I think there are different pressures that come from society for each gender. I think you have to be strong enough to know that anyone has the right to express their sexuality, their emotional side, their vulnerability, their strength. We all have that right as humans.”

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