Actress Rowan Blanchard arrives at the 2015 Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles, California, United States, August 16, 2015. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

Rowan Blanchard, star of “Girl Meets World,” shared that she was initially scared to make friends with other women in the acting business.

“I think I went through this thing where I was scared to be friends with other women, especially in the business,” Blanchard told Refinery29 at the Vanity Fair &L’Oreal DJ Night Hosted by Hailee Steinfeld.

She added that the felt and believed that there is a stereotype that people in Hollywood hate each other. However, she immediately learned that women in Hollywood are actually very supportive towards one another. She explained how it is refreshing to have her own circle of friends, who show support for each other and do the same things.

Blanchard continued that her feminist ideas are also set to be shown on “Girl Meets World.” She said that the writers are very open to her ideas and she has influenced them to a certain extent. She said that in one episode, titled “Girl Meets STEM,” the plot showed that there are fewer girls that excel in math and science because women are taught to be submissive, while men are trained to do all the work. She cited that she was happy and proud of the episode.

The 14-year-old actress shared that she suggested to the writing team that they add more inclusivity. The writers are aware that Blanchard wants more representation in terms of race, gender and sexuality on the show. She noted how the show’s predecessor, “Boy Meets World,” also had very strong feminist undertones.

“Girl Meets World” is a coming of age sitcom on Disney Channel. Blanchard plays Riley Matthews on the show, the main character and daughter of Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) from the original series.

The show is currently in its second season while a third season has already been announced. Production for the next season started in January and it is set to launch in spring 2016. Season 3 will feature Riley and her friends stepping into high school.

“Girl Meets World” will air its final episode for Season 2 on Mar. 11.