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Lessons From...Hermione Granger (Ok, Emma Watson But Still...)

Normally, I analyze a movie, book, television show, or another piece of media, but today the media really speaks for itself. Today, Hermione, I mean Emma Watson, spoke in front of United Nations delegates on the topic of equality and a new campaign that she is part of: … 338 more words


Hermione is my soul-mate

Part 1a: I don’t know when to let hot topics drop

It is a well-known premise that certain conversation topics should be avoided, when in social settings, to avoid offending other people present.  1,263 more words


Gender Equality is Not Only a Women’s Issue. It’s a Men’s Issue Too.

On September 20, 2014, the UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, Emma Watson, delivered a powerful speech on feminism and gender equality, on the launch of ‘HeForShe’ Campaign. 351 more words

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Be Nice to the Girls in Your Life: Support the UN's HeForShe Campaign

I don’t want to get all preachy on my readers, but the truth is – I’m a girl.   But, I wrote My Neighbor the Spy… 487 more words


WATCH Emma Watson preach the best kind of feminism

Emma Watson wants you to know she’s a capital-F feminist and there’s nothing “man hating” about it.

The 24-year-old actor is best known for kicking butts and taking names as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter series but has branched into more serious roles in recent years.She’s also a United Nations goodwill ambassador for women’s rights and on Sunday helped launch… 388 more words


HeForShe: Emma Watson Calls on Men to Join Feminist Movement

In the years since her performance in Harry Potter, Emma Watson has taken on many roles, including Ila in the film Noah and herself in… 368 more words


Who run the world! - Emma Watson

“If not me, who? If not now, when?”

Emma has always had a soft spot in my heart (hard core harry potter fan here) but she’s definitely gained a lot of love after her she delivered her speech alongside the United Nations to introduce the “HeForShe” campaign to reduce gender inequality. 226 more words

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