It's hard to believe there was a time when women dressed badly for the sake of feminism, but that's exactly what actress Emma Thompson says she did when she was younger. The star of the new kid flick "Nanny McPhee" admits that when she was a "militant" feminist she wore baggy clothes and shaved her head. "I felt like, if you did dress up, you were somehow pandering to male tastes," the Oscar winner tells Contactnews.com. "There was an awful lot of that in the women's movement in the 1970s." Thompson, who now sports an unabashedly sleek and sexy look, says she refuses to take herself -- or her politics -- too seriously. "I'm 46 and I just don't care anymore."