Emma Watson, UN Women Global Goodwill Ambassador and feminist trash

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Hummingbird
Gold Member
Paracelsus said:
And the hypocrisy continues, with the media revealing Watson is dating a man 10 years older than her.

HARRY Potter actor Emma Watson has reportedly fallen under the spell of an American tech wizard — who is ten years her senior.
The 25-year-old starlet is said to have been dating William ‘Mack’ Knight for the past four months, with the couple recently returning from a week-long romantic trip to a luxurious, eco-conscious Californian retreat Post Ranch Inn.

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Dude may lift. Did we mention he's a senior manager at a tech company?

Watson loves that Knight is just a “normal, down-to-earth guy who has nothing to do with Hollywood”, a source told The Sun.

Watson’s last serious relationship, with rugby player Matthew Janney, ended in 2014.

The source said it took Watson more than a year to feel ready to start dating somebody again after the “horrendous” break up.


Rugby players, literal princes, much-older-than-her provider partners...judge women -- and all people -- by their actions, not by their words. It will be interesting to see how long this lasts and whether she leaves him because he's boring.

^Seems like he dumped her if it was a "horrendous" break up.

Dat alpha fux beta bux though.

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Bill Brasky

Kingfisher
Gold Member
Texas_Tryhard said:
http://www.rappler.com/world/regions/us-canada/69726-emma-watson-gender-equality

Emphasis in text mine.

I’ve seen my father’s role as a parent being valued less by society. I’ve seen young men suffering from illness, unable to ask for help for fear it will make them less of a man …. I’ve seen men fragile and insecure by what constitutes male success. Men don’t have the benefits of equality, either. We don’t want to talk about men being imprisoned by gender stereotypes but I can see that they are.


She almost has a moment of clarity here, but goes off the rails about how men get "insecure" about male success.


If men don’t have to be aggressive, women won’t be compelled to be submissive. If men don’t need to control, women won’t have to be controlled.


More blabber that demands men mobilize to free women, and blames women's natural instincts on men.


The more I spoke about feminism, the more I realized that fighting for women’s rights has too often become synonymous with man-hating. If there is one thing I know for certain is that this has to stop.


She demands that feminism stop being associated with man-hating, but leaves it up in the air as to how this is going to magically happen. Perhaps she can pull some Harry Potter shit.


My life is a sheer privilege


You're damn right it is.


Edmund Burke said all that is need for the forces of evil to triumph is for good men and women to do nothing

My Burke is a bit hazy, but I think the quote only had 'men' in it, but nice editing of history.


I feel like I've been seeing more and more of this shit in the news lately. I'm worried there's going to be another big push for "equal rights" that'll finally get me to leave this country for greener (less feminized) pastures, but I'm hopeful that there's been enough of an awakening of males regarding this nonsense that there'll be some pushback.

It's important to bear in mind the broader role that celebrities play in modern society. Everything they do and every "position" they take is intended to effect 2 goals:

1. Casting a wide net across markets in order to be perceived as believing what their target audience believes with the goal of obtaining sales for their products (films, music, merchandising)

2. Acting as ideological spokespeople for ideologies and beliefs to assist in the standardization of thought (the narrative) required to synchronize the beliefs and programming of the masses.

Weather the celebrities believe them personally or even care is irrelevant. They are instructed what to say by their PR agents who, in turn, take orders from the studios who, in turn, are owned by people who's interests really almost exclusively on a humanity (market) ingrained with a broad standardization of thought, feminine primacy being the current and most broad ideological vehicle.
 

Foolsgo1d

Peacock
Emma Watson is an actual live case study of a nice looking girl who goes off with the rough guys, gets fucked well and then chucked on the heap like every other girl before her. Realising she wasn't as special as the small town nerds she usually got with made her out to be, she then goes on rants and raves to her close circle and the closet bisexuals and lesbians come out of the closet to comfort her.

All men are dickheads and want one thing, meanwhile not realising said bisexual and lesbian "friends" want to eat her tushy she listens to them and self harms herself by going into feminism 101 and out comes the short dyke cuts and other mannerisms we all know and laugh at.

It dawns on her that between the chucking and feminist stage she has shot herself in the foot with the men she actually wants. She has gotten sick of those types of men with smaller legs than a woman and whose dress sense changes on a whim of what the gay overlords in fashion deem to be "in style".

She yearns for some dude who weighs more than 16 stone (220lbs) to get behind her and fuck her senseless, maybe even slip his thumb up her shitter for good measure. But she knows full well these men do not go near women like her and she proves this by the lack of good options and the men who her feminist friends attract.

She then grows her hair out and starts to slowly step away from feminism, citing how she doesn't want to be seen as a man hater.

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She's taking a break from acting to be a professional feminist.

http://mashable.com/2016/02/19/emma-watson-year/?utm_cid=mash-com-fb-ent-link#YE1dacMBmqq3

Total Hermione Emma Watson will stop acting for a year to focus on reading, feminism

Catch Emma Watson in theaters while you can.

In a new Paper magazine interview with bell hooks, the actress says she's taking a year off acting to focus on reading more books and becoming more immersed in gender studies.

Here's Watson's explanation of the acting break:

"I'm taking a year away from acting to focus on two things, really. My own personal development is one. I know that you read a book a day. My own personal task is to read a book a week, and also to read a book a month as part of my book club. I'm doing a huge amount of reading and study just on my own. I almost thought about going and doing a year of gender studies, then I realized that I was learning so much by being on the ground and just speaking with people and doing my reading. That I was learning so much on my own. I actually wanted to keep on the path that I'm on. I'm reading a lot this year, and I want to do a lot of listening."

"I want to listen to as many different women in the world as I can," she adds.

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Earlier this year, Watson announced she was starting a feminist book club called Our Shared Shelf. The group will read one book every month, then discuss it on the last week of the month. The club's first book is My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem.

"I'm reading it with a pen in hand so I can do some underlining and margin writing," Watson wrote on the club's GoodReads page.

The group's second book is The Color Purple by Alice Walker. Watson writes on the GoodReads page that she's hasn't read the novel before, but has heard "amazing things about this book from a person that I trust."

Slide into irrelevancy loading........

P.S. Oh the irony (coincidence?) of a book about false rape accusations being advertised on this article...
 

Alsos

Kingfisher
""I'm reading it with a pen in hand so I can do some underlining and margin writing," Watson wrote on the club's GoodReads page."

That's pretty clever when you think about it. They should teach students in high school and college to do that as a study aid.

Oh wait.
 

Irenicus

Pelican
Gold Member
Go ahead Emma...go ahead and good luck.

But, do not be suprised that, after one more winter, your SMV will further plummet. Even Manboobz will run away in disgust when he sees you.
 

Matsufubu

Pelican
"I'm going to read a load of purely feminist books and use confirmation bias to utterly indoctrinate myself. That is true education, logic and reason. Once I reach middle age, lose the last vestiges of my looks and fame, and then realise that it's all a lie I will double down on my 'education' to deal with the cognitive dissonance. That will make me a more reasonable, logical person."

This level of stupidity in a woman is really unattractive. I don't know if she was subverted or chose this path for herself, but it's just plain sad. Shame that she won't shut up about it.
 

Canopus

Kingfisher
She's been named in the latest Panama Papers release.

Emma Watson has been named in a database containing details of the Panama Papers leak.

The Harry Potter actress’s name was found by The Spectator in a searchable database containing more details about the Panama Papers tax avoidance scandal.

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) published data on more than 200,000 entities on its website on Monday evening. The database contains information on companies, trusts and foundations and users can see networks involving the offshore companies.

Watson’s spokesperson confirmed the 26-year-old had set up an offshore company. However, the spokesperson said she does not receive any tax or monetary advantages whatsoever. Instead, the spokesperson said she uses it for privacy purposes.

“Emma (like many high profile individuals) set up an offshore company for the sole purpose of protecting her anonymity and safety,” her spokesperson said in a statement.

“UK companies are required to publicly publish details of their shareholders and therefore do not give her the necessary anonymity required to protect her personal safety, which has been jeopardised in the past owing to such information being publicly available.

“Offshore companies do not publish these shareholder details. Emma receives absolutely no tax or monetary advantages from this offshore company whatsoever – only privacy.”

Setting up an offshore company is not by itself illegal or evidence of illegal conduct. The Panama Papers were taken from law firm Mossack Fonseca, which maintains it observed rules requiring it to identify its clients.

A number of past and present world leaders were named in the first leak as having offshore holdings. The database is the largest ever trove of data about offshore companies to be made publicly available.

The database does not include anything that could compromise the privacy of individuals named such as records of bank accounts or email exchanges.

She really ought to be thoroughly probed on this.
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
Days of Broken Arrows said:
In that speech Watson said:

"If men don't have to be aggressive in order to be accepted, women won't feel compelled to be submissive. If men don't have to control, women won't have to be controlled. Both men and women should feel free to be sensitive. Both men and women should feel free to be strong. It is time that we all perceive gender on a spectrum, instead of two sets of opposing ideals."

Of course, when it comes to who she herself chooses to date, her "gender spectrum" is focused only on the most masculine hunky men around, like her boyfriend Matt Janney (see below).

As for the rest of you cis-gendered minions, Emma demands you ignore your own biological desires and suck tranny cock while she herself gets all the trimmings of a traditional relationship. Got that?

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The idea of the gender spectrum was first pushed by Kinsey, who was a Rockefeller-funded degenerate pedophile bent on breaking down traditional gender roles.
 

Thomas More

Hummingbird
Canopus said:
She's been named in the latest Panama Papers release.

Emma Watson has been named in a database containing details of the Panama Papers leak.

The Harry Potter actress’s name was found by The Spectator in a searchable database containing more details about the Panama Papers tax avoidance scandal.

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) published data on more than 200,000 entities on its website on Monday evening. The database contains information on companies, trusts and foundations and users can see networks involving the offshore companies.

Watson’s spokesperson confirmed the 26-year-old had set up an offshore company. However, the spokesperson said she does not receive any tax or monetary advantages whatsoever. Instead, the spokesperson said she uses it for privacy purposes.

“Emma (like many high profile individuals) set up an offshore company for the sole purpose of protecting her anonymity and safety,” her spokesperson said in a statement.

“UK companies are required to publicly publish details of their shareholders and therefore do not give her the necessary anonymity required to protect her personal safety, which has been jeopardised in the past owing to such information being publicly available.

“Offshore companies do not publish these shareholder details. Emma receives absolutely no tax or monetary advantages from this offshore company whatsoever – only privacy.”

Setting up an offshore company is not by itself illegal or evidence of illegal conduct. The Panama Papers were taken from law firm Mossack Fonseca, which maintains it observed rules requiring it to identify its clients.

A number of past and present world leaders were named in the first leak as having offshore holdings. The database is the largest ever trove of data about offshore companies to be made publicly available.

The database does not include anything that could compromise the privacy of individuals named such as records of bank accounts or email exchanges.

She really ought to be thoroughly probed on this.

I have done the right qualifications to probe her the way she needs.to be probed.

I'll be very thorough.:kermit:
 
Emma Watson's new film makes £47 [USD 61] at UK box office

Emma Watson’s first lead role post-Harry Potter has seen the star’s new film, a thriller set in Pinochet-era Chile, take only £47 at the UK box office in its opening weekend.

The Colony stars Watson as a woman attempting to infiltrate a cult in order to rescue her husband (Daniel Brühl), who is being held in Colonia Dignidad, a religious community that, in real-life, was founded by Wehrmacht officer and Hitler Youth veteran Paul Schäfer.

The film, which had a distribution plan built on home-streaming, was released on video on demand on Friday, the same day as a token release in three UK cinemas.

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Gustavus Adolphus

Kingfisher
Gold Member
I almost forgot about dearest Emma.

Google image heavily salts the Harry Potter razor cuts she made in her youth.

She is the prototype of "long hair good, short hair bad", and the sting that hangs around with it.

The reality that comes with that, bluntly, is that it doesn't matter what else she does with her life, nothing will be as important to the masses as her hair and attractiveness- and the associated subversion from within as long as it is above the chin (trademark high rep member I can't recall credit).

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