January 07, 2018

Emma Watson supports 'Time's up'





6 comments:

Lisa said...

Holy sh*t I wish I was there when this photo was taken. So many awesome women! I love that Emma supports time’s up.

Anonymous said...

At the back? Oh dear. Many of those so called awesome woman still work with the likes of Woody Allen and support Romon Polanski. I'm looking at you Meryl!

Anonymous said...

Ugh not Lena Dunham. She really has no place anymore in the feminist movement. The nerve to show up after not believing women.

This is so important I hope they make sure people like Lena dont get to have a say.

Anonymous said...

Tessa Thompson just posted on her instagram that everyone was surprised Lena Dunham showed up. She didnt go to any workshops but got on the picture!!! Tessa was very diplomatic in her answer but it seemed obvious they were all unsettled by Lena being there.

Anonymous said...

II went to the doctor's office today, and almost an hour of waiting time. During that time, I read Die Buntem a German celebrity mqg. They had a good article Starke Frauen (Strong Women) about more rights for women and for protection agains any sexual harassment. Along with the pictures to the Golden Globe and the strong woment dressed in a form of black (white) as a message for Time's Up. They had a wonderful article about Meryl Streep. They said about her that she is qualified to speak about such matters.She has the years of experience in the film business and is a moral stance as a mother of 4 children and one life partner. Meryl said that she had never been sexually harassed in her film career, and that she did not know that women were attacked by the likes of a Harvey Weinstein. She says also that she supports those who speak out. Whatever the circumstances, the woman has the right to be respected. She spoke well and out of a life experience. But that is Meryl Streep. She mentioned by Die Bunte as being one of- if not the best actress in Hollywood and the world. I think that opinion is widley accepted by professions. In this article other celebrities were mention in pictures and quotes but not once Emma Watson. She was not even mention as a member of Time's-UP.
I do not think Emma is really taken seriously in what she says about feminism and women's rights. She lacks the human experience. For her it is just about being a celebrity and being famous. I like Emma but she is beginning to get on my nerves as not believeable. I read this article in a german mag in Germany.

Anonymous said...

anon 1/19

Everyone have their own life experiences. Some people like making big deal out of it, like Meryl Streep.