2. And when she went on to explain how feminism not only benefits women – it benefits men, too.
3. When she revealed that she was encouraged not to use the word "feminism" in that speech, and she decided that advice was kind of stupid.
4. When she discussed the fact that, after she spoke out against gender inequality in her UN speech, online trolls threatened to release private photos of her.
6. When the validity of her feminism was questioned because she posed without a bra on the cover of Vanity Fair, and she responded in the best way.
7. And then defended herself when people accused her of hypocrisy, citing a 2014 interview with Wonderland in which Watson discussed Beyoncé's first visual album.
"I would say you do get sense of, 'I can be a feminist, I can be an intellectual, I can be all these other things, but I can also be OK with my femininity and being pretty and with all these things that I thought might negate my message or negate what I am about'," she said of Beyoncé in the interview. "That really is the most interesting thing about the album. It is so inclusive and puts feminism and femininity and female empowerment on such a broad spectrum."
8. When she stressed the importance of intersectionality in feminism.