It was a quote pulled out of context. She was more or less getting at there are no differences between men and women, in that women can do anything men can do.
She implied that feminism was about men vs. women and the fact that her parents taught her that women can work as hard as men and do just as well, which is a lie since most have to work harder for the same recognition. Which I guess is her parents fault on that one. I honestly don't think she gives feminism a second thought. Like, it probably doesn't concern her because she will never have to experience the wage gap or anything, and I doubt her parents ever educated her on the subject. I don't think she's a bad person or like "anit-woman" for that or anything... I just wish she would've said something a bit better, or just nothing at all like she usually does when she's asked those kinds of questions.