During our everyday lives, it’s hard to get away from all the sexist, racist, old fashion inequality-laced hate that we hear everyday. By the time we get home, we can sometimes feel beaten down.
That’s when you should take your trip over to Emma Watson’s Twitter page and remind yourself that you are amazing, we are amazing and people can be capable of some pretty spectacular things.
“As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”
I meant to tweet this to you yesterday. I hope everyone had a GREAT International Women's Day. I did because of you.x pic.twitter.com/XbKFAZPxWt
— Emma Watson (@EmWatson) March 9, 2015
Emma wished us all a great International Women’s Day this year by tweeting this great pic highlighting the fear we often feel that translates into hate. The HeForShe spokeswoman tweets positive and motivating messages that sometimes even the most empowered person can feel thankful for.
“The devastating impact of gender inequality.”
'This realisation comes as a result of increased confrontation with the devastating impact of gender inequality.' Gunnar Bragi Sveinsson
— Emma Watson (@EmWatson) June 1, 2015
It’s always great to remember how global gender inequality truly is. All over the world, women are being left behind in education, healthcare and safety and with a quote from an Icelandic politician, Emma Watson reminds us we are all in this fight together.
Lovin’ Patricia Arquette
— Emma Watson (@EmWatson) February 23, 2015
Patricia Arquette’s Oscar acceptance speech has now become iconic as she took the opportunity to educate her audience on the widespread gender inequality found in the States, highlighting unequal pay. Emma Watson and others on social media helped get this message across the world with their tweets, shares and posts.
— Emma Watson (@EmWatson) October 30, 2014
Okay, this tweet is just pure joy. Benedict Cumberbatch wearing a “This is what a feminist looks like” T-shirt? We couldn’t love him more.
— Emma Watson (@EmWatson) September 25, 2014
Here’s another feminist eye candy tweet for you. In this tweet, Emma Watson features Matt Damon’s work with the HeForShe campaign she’s involved with. Damon, dreamy actor and feminist, reminds you that the world cannot become a better place without women. Damn, Damon!
— UN Women (@UN_Women) August 5, 2015
If you are ever feeling low because of that sexist boss or coworker in the workplace, check out Emma Watson’s great retweet about women in engineering and how they are fighting sexism in their field. These photos will make you feel better about any issues you are feeling right away!