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In March, she and “big brother” Rupert Grint hung out at the premiere of his Crackle comedy Reunion! Congrats Dan on another stellar performance 👏🏻 Google is terrifying and I'm now scared to use my phone. In the wake of her rousing UN speech, as well as “The Fappening”—the awful, anti-women crusade that leaked hundreds of stolen private nude photos of A-list women online—Watson was targeted by misogynists who set up a website with a countdown clock, threatening to release nude photos of the actress when it hit zero.It was presumably meant to discourage Watson from pursuing her He For She duties, but it had the opposite effect.“After I gave my speech in September, there was a website set up threatening to release naked photographs of me with a countdown,” Watson said.The humanitarian also opened up about the emotional restrictions placed on men, and the deleterious effects of said restrictions.“I’m really, genuinely disturbed by this idea that men can’t cry; that they just can’t express themselves, and can’t talk about how they actually feel,” she said. It’s what makes you human—how you feel, being able to express yourself, being passionate, being emotional.It’s what makes you human, it’s not what makes you a girl.” Things got a tad awkward when an audience member in the crowd asked if Watson could substantiate a rumor that she earned less for the Harry Potter films than her male co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint, tying this into the issue of unequal pay between men and women.
On International Women’s Day Sunday, Watson sat down for a wide-ranging hour-long Q&A at Facebook HQ in Central London to spread the message of He For She.
How do old social mores like men holding the door for women and picking up the bill at dinner clash with modern-day feminist ideals?
In response, Watson shared an interesting personal anecdote about a date she went on recently where she was the one in the driver's seat.“I actually took a man out for dinner and I chose the restaurant and I offered to pay, and it was really awkward and uncomfortable,” recalled Watson. I’m sure he would say he’s a feminist, but he was like, ‘Oh, I’m not really sure about this.’ It made him feel a bit tetchy.
It really just publicized something that was really, really negative.
It’s funny because people went, ‘Oh, she’s going to be disheartened by this.’ If anything, it made me so much more determined. It made me so angry that I was just like, ‘This is why I have to be doing this!Watson, ever the pro, brushed off the first part—instead focusing on the larger issue at hand.“I don’t think I would ever even dream of complaining about my personal circumstances, but yes, there is a big problem in my industry—in the film industry, and the industry in which I work,” Watson said.