This is what a Hollywood embracing Me Too and pushing for gender equality looks like.

Vanity Fair unveiled the cover for its annual Hollywood Issue Thursday, and though it breaks the two-year streak of featuring only women, it showcases celebrities that were hand-picked because they are unafraid to comment on injustices or be a part of projects helping to level disparities that need to be abolished.Graydon Carter, the magazine’s editor who is stepping down after a 25-year tenure, also appears.

Wrinkle in Time actresses Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon, along with Witherspoon’s Big Little Lies co-star and fellow executive producer, Nicole Kidman, are featured. Tom Hanks and Michael B. Jordan, sporting tuxes with white vests and matching bow ties, hang in the background with Zendaya. To the right are Jessica Chastain, Claire Foy and Michael Shannon. Gal Gadot, Carter and…