How about this for real girl power?
Three Yorkshire MPs have been included in an exhibition of female politicians captured by female photographers.
The exhibition 209 Women is on show at Portcullis House at the Houses of Parliament.
"I wanted to give the photographers the total freedom of expression," says Hilary Wood, founder of 209 Women and one of the curators of the show.
Hannah Starkey photographed Yvette Cooper, Labour MP for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford, at a restaurant not far from where she lives.
Before the shoot, she wanted to get to know Cooper and shadowed her at work in her constituency for a day.
"It really opened my eyes to what MPs have to do, from the very small grass roots to the big issues," she says.
Two other Yorkshire MPs, Sarah Champion Labour MP for Rotherham and Tracy Brabin, Labour MP for Batley and Spen, are also featured in the exhibition.
Tickets are free and available for booking on Parliament's website.