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Emma Watson photographed by Carter Bowman (201…

Emma Watson photographed by Carter Bowman (2014)

“Books gave me a way to connect with my father…

“Books gave me a way to connect with my father. Some of my most precious and treasured moments… [Trails off and tears up] I just remember him reading to me before bed and how he used to do all the different voices. I grew up on film sets, and books were my connection to the outside world. They were my connection to my friends back at school because if I was reading what they were reading we’d have something in common. Later in life, they became an escape, a means of empowerment, a friend I could rely on.” — Emma Watson

Emma Watson for Vogue Australia, 2018 (by Pete…

Emma Watson for Vogue Australia, 2018 (by Peter Lindbergh)

I remember reading this thing that Elizabeth T…

I remember reading this thing that Elizabeth Taylor wrote. She had her first kiss in character. On a movie set. It really struck me. I don’t know how or why, but I had this sense that if I wasn’t really careful, that could be me. That my first kiss could be in somebody else’s clothes. And my experiences could all belong to someone else.

Emma Watson || Nylon (2012)

Emma Watson || Nylon (2012)

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[on being a known actress]: Most people are re…

[on being a known actress]: Most people are really nice but some stare, like you’re some kind of zoo exhibit and not a real person with real feelings. Even when you take away all the glamour and attention and premieres and everything, it still comes down to the fact that I’m acting.

“There is certainly a big part of conditionin…


“There is certainly a big part of conditioning in society that still very much tells women that the most important thing is their appearance and their bodies and how they look. That’s a very, very strong message. I’m someone who is lucky enough to have gone to school and university. At times, I have just felt so irritated because what ultimately seemed like the most important thing was how I looked. I just thought, ‘Why do I bother?’. It’s changing, and I think women are learning to be valued for what they’re saying, doing and thinking, for who they are. But there’s still some strong messages saying what really matters is how you look in a bikini.”

—Emma Watson

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Emma Watson photographed by Boo George for Tee…

Emma Watson photographed by Boo George for Teen Vogue

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Emma Watson by Andrea Carter Bowman