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It seems that every day, Emma Watson becomes more and more our beacon of (feminist) light.In a new interview with Esquire UK, the 25-year-old actress tackles everything from equal pay to the term "feminist" to sexism.Best known for her role as Hermione Granger in the movies, the 24 year-old has broadened her focus since the film series came to an end.While she continues to appear in films and on television, Emma has also completed a bachelor's degree in English Literature at Brown University and began campaigning for women's rights.The way it is constructed—it's obviously got 'feminine' in the word—immediately pushes men away from it, because they think, "Oh, it's got nothing to do with me." Also, they have this idea that it is about women competing with men, or being against men, or wanting to be men, which is a huge misconception.""I've had my arse slapped as I've left a room. Follow Marie Claire on Instagram for the latest celeb news, pretty pics, funny stuff, and an insider POV.Actress Emma Watson attends the New York special screening of Disney's live-action adaptation 'Beauty and the Beast' at Alice Tully Hall on March 13, 2017 in New York City.
The immovable interview terms demanded no personal questions of any kind; no questions about her background; no mention of La La Land (Watson reportedly turned down Emma Stone's Oscar-winning role). There were no such conditions for talking to former Downton Abbey star Stevens.For amusing geeky chat up lines follow this hashtag on Twitter #sxswpickuplines. Because I'm feeling a connection.” • SXSW “The Reverse Mullet”: According to Mashable, SXSW is the ‘reverse mullet’ of events: “party in the front, business in the back”.Check this lot out, the 10 types of people you’ll definitely see at SXSW.And the whole interview is clearly a ploy to make us love her even more, which we never thought possible."We are not supposed to talk about money, because people will think you're "difficult" or a "diva". Call me a 'diva', call me a 'feminazi', call me 'difficult', call me a "First World feminist', call me whatever you want, it's not going to stop me from trying to do the right thing and make sure that the right thing happens." Because it doesn't just affect me, it affects all the other women who are in this with me, and it affects all the other men who are in this with me, too.
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