Zendaya corrects gendered question during interview

"What I most like in a person, how about that?"

Zendaya made it known during a recent interview with Vanity Fair that she didn't appreciate how a certain question was worded, offering a correction before sharing her answer.

Sitting down for 35 questions for the magazine's "Hollywood Issue," the 24-year-old actress put on the brakes when asked "What is the quality you like most in a man?"

Before giving a thoughtful response, Zendaya amended, "What I most like in a person, how about that?"

The "Euphoria" star said the trait she values most is "kindness" before continuing, "Some people are just good people and you can just feel it."

"There's this little spark they have, or this little special thing that they have that just you feel safe and happy around them," Zendaya added, admitting she was having a hard time explaining exactly what she meant. "I don't know what that is, but some people have it and it's special."

The next question then asked was: "What is the quality you most like in a woman?"

"Well, I guess that's the same answer," the Emmy-winning actress replied with a smile.

The publication also tried to gain a little insight into her love live, asking "what or who" was the "greatest love" of her life, to which Zendaya replied: "My work, my job."

"I'm so grateful that I get to do what I love to do," she continued. "But it doesn't even feel like a job."