Emma Watsons speech

Seven statements that scare the absolute shit out of Emma Watson is something that everyone that attended the One Yonge World event could understand.

Emma Watson a well renewed actress from the Harry Potter movie seres along with other movies. Was a speaker at the One Yonge World event and had talked to people about what she had read and what she found in reading there papers and that she found where she belonged she said “For the first time in my life, I found my sisterhood; a brotherhood—whatever, however you want to describe it—I found my tribe.” She know that she had fond a place where she could belong to and she hopes those how helped her feel like she belonged that they fond somewhere they belong to.

Watson takes about how she was finding her feminist side when she takes about how she believes in gender equality. One Yonge World conference she spoke in of how everyone here is equal and to both man and woman and we are all people.

When she was ending her speech she had Seven Statements that scared her  she said ask yourself if these have any truth for you in them: I am willing to be seen. I am willing to speak up. I am willing to keep going. I am willing to listen to what others have to say. I am willing to go forward even when I feel alone. I am willing to go to bed each night, at peace with myself. I am willing to be my biggest, best-est, most powerful self. when she says theses things it connected with everyone in the dance. Watson was a phenomenal speaker for the One Yonge World conference she not only coveted with her advance at the conference but those who read and watched it on line.


  1. Just to be clear to your readers, put “absolute shit” in quotes. That should tell them those are Emma’s words, not yours. I’m OK with the lead, but then you need to go right to a summary of them and how they fit in the speech. You can’t wait until the fourth graf to explain.

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