Last month Emma Watson revealed she’s starting a feminist book club. And one of the first books she chose was Gloria Steinem’s My Life on the Road.
Gloria Steinem is a women’s rights activist, a writer, lecturer, editor, and renowned feminist.
It turns out the pair are actually fans of each other and on Wednesday night they sat down for an inspiring discussion during an event in London.
Let’s get one thing straight – there was a lot of attention on things like the fact Emma debuted new ombré hair for the talk.
But she also had a lot of important issues to debate and open up about…
6. And how troubling it is how deep body worries run for women.
Steinem added during this point: “Our bodies are instruments not ornaments. We should celebrate our different shapes and sizes, our caesarean scars and all the other beautiful imperfections that make us who we are. I hope every woman in this room goes home tonight, looks in the mirror, and says, ‘Yes, this is fan-fucking-tastic!’” Amen to that.