The former Clinic star and author of chic lit novel Hello Heartbreak said that she prefers to be considered for her own merits -- and not those of her rugby hero husband.
"Being labelled Mrs Brian O'Driscoll makes me more defiant. I don't really tolerate men bracketing me as a fluffy WAG," she said.
"It's made me explore my feminist ideals, which I have really enjoyed over the past few years."
"(The term WAG) is 100pc derogatory. Even if you decided you wanted to be a stay-at-home mum and that was your job, why should you be defined in relation to your man?" she added.
"It is absolutely sexist. People ask whether we still need feminism nowadays and I say 100pc that we do.
"Even with my own friends, their ideals are feminist but people are afraid to use that word.
"All it means is equality. It doesn't mean that stereotype of the man-hating, unkempt, ungroomed woman," she added.
Amy and Brian welcomed their first baby girl Sadie into the world in February this year.
And Amy (34) said the couple's lives have changed utterly.
"I haven't really slept since February. At first every day is about survival and you're running on adrenaline and it's all so busy and frenetic and brilliant," she said.
"Everything was making me cry, from sheer happiness. But now I think we are readjusting."
And she said that she and her hubbie share babysitting duties.
"He's great and he knows that I love to get out every now and again. We were determined not to let everything change," she said.