Like Emma Watson , you must know that she is a feminist feminist for the gender equality drive.However, a few days ago, some netizens asked Emma about the "white feminist" question.This time, she no longer is HeForShe, she is SheForShe, using her power to speak out for other forgotten sounds.(Recommended for you: Amelia, Julianne Moore, Kylie Mexican!Four Girls' counterattack on Hollywood
What do you think of "feminism"?Do you think that among the women's masters, there are advantages and disadvantages of ethnicity?Recently, Emma Watson has published a letter on Twitter that has been echoed by everyone.The opportunity to write down this text is from the online Q&A by netizens on Emma Twitter:
Are you a white feminist ? Are you a white feminist ?
In addition to gender, women are subject to varying degrees of discrimination and oppression in their lives because of factors such as colour, social status, religion, sexual direction, and so on.For example, white women and black women may be exposed to skin pigmentation; or Muslim women are vulnerable to exclusion and discrimination in Western societies, which are easily seen as terrorists.White feminism is the advantage of having the dominant Western population, and it is easy to ignore other women who may be exposed to inequality.(Recommended for you: Malala, Alan Paye, Kiranetli!2014 Six counterattack moments for women )
I am glad that some people have raised this question today. In fact, I have a lot of thought about this issue, which is often my heart.I'm glad this question came up. I've been thinking about it a lot.
The image of the Emma Watson feminists has been deeply rooted in the hearts of the people.Whether she was a global goodwill ambassador for UN Women in September last year, or a wonderful Q&A broadcast by the International Women's Day in London in March, she has been watching her every effort on the road to gender equality.(Recommended to you: Emma Watson's stunning speech to the United Nations: "Not just for women's rights, but for both men and women!"" )
The question of "white feminism", aside from the questions of netizens, was also a question that Emma Watson once thought.While not avoiding hiding, Emma bravely conceded that she had the advantage of being a mainstream group, but she also reiterated her own philosophy of gender equality and feminism.
Men are participants in feminism, not salvation.
In the Emma #HeForShe speech, a man is identified as a "delivist" rather than a partner who struggled together.Others have labeled "feminism" as "gary".In fact, feminism is not an obnoiseism, but a belief that both men and women should be given equal rights and opportunities to achieve gender equality in political, economic, and social terms.
In addition to Emma Watson, Ellen Page, Julianne Moore, once rehabilitated feminist stigmatits:
I don't know why some people refuse to be a feminist?Is this a derogatory term for "feminism" in the patriarchal society?I don't know why people are so reluctant to say they're felinists. Could it be any more obvious that we still live in a patriarchal world when feminism is a bad word?-- Alan Peggy
Why do we think feminists are a dirty word?If you're a feminist, you're also a human rights!At one point, "feminist" became a peejorative term. How did that happen?
Emma reiterates that men play "participants" in the #HeForShe campaign.Both men and women should recognize that "gender equality" is not only a revolution for women, but also a common subject of gender equality.
White feminism means ignoring women's inequality of race and skin color; white feminism means that women are being marginalized by gender equality; white feminism also means that women suffer from the stigmatism and discrimination that they face because of their different religions.As the UN Women's Goodwill Ambassador, my greatest mission is to make the voices of different gender, racial and ethnic voices heard on the road of gender equality, and receive attention.It implies a wise ignodance or negrect of the issues surroging intersectionality. My mandate as HeForShe and women ambassador was to include men in the dialogue about gender equality. So this of course has been my main focus.
I am a mainstream group, but I have never forgotten my strengths
For the advantage of having a dominant group, Emma seems to be quite frankly aware that his strengths do not mean the right to forget other groups.In the UN #HeForShe speech, she made five references to her luck and all of the advantages that she had.Emma hopes that one day, other women will be able to have the same opportunities as her to speak for women.(Recommended to you: "If you believe in equality, you are a feminist" live broadcast live in London!Emma Watson, ten wonderful gender manifesto )
The white feminists mean that I am not aware of the advantages of being a mainstream community.But in fact, in the United Nations speech last September, I mentioned five times of my own luck and privilege, and I also hope that other women will have the same opportunities as me to speak up for women's rights.It implies that I am not aware of my own privilege but i mention my own luck/good fortune/privilege something like 5 times in my UN speech and my wish to make sure other women have access to the same opportunities that i have.
I want to hear more voices, more stories, and pass them out
Gender equality is a global one and needs to be popularized.While Emma could not speak on behalf of all women, she used her own advantage as a white woman, celebrity, and goodwill ambassador to the university campus, Bangladesh, Zambia and other places to pass on her own experiences and others' experiences.
So she was more eager to hear more voices, different stories.Every person's story can be seen as far as possible.
I can't speak on behalf of these women, but I can share my experience with others by sharing my own influence with others.I can't speak on behalf of interest feminists specifically but i can use my platform to give those that do as my role-to speak to my own personal experience and to amplify the experi of other people.
Everyone is part of the change-Emma Watson's original Twitter feed
I am glad that some people have raised this question today. In fact, I have a lot of thought about this issue, which is often my heart.White feminists meant that black women were excluded from the gender equality movement, but the United Nations Goodwill Ambassador was given to work with two black women.
White feminists mean that I am not aware of the advantages of being a mainstream community.But in fact, in the United Nations speech last September, I mentioned five times of my own luck and privilege, and I also hope that other women will have the same opportunities as me to speak up for women's rights.
White feminism also means that women are being neglected because of varying degrees of oppression due to different factors, such as race, ability, religion, etc.As the UN Women's Goodwill Ambassador, my mission and mission is to allow people of different gender and ethnic origin to be discussed and valued on the path of gender equality.
However, in Q&A, International Women's Day, I talked a lot about women's oppression of various degrees.I cannot speak on behalf of these women, but I can share my experience with others by sharing my own influence with others.This is why we chose to go to college campuses, Bangladesh, Zambia, and more countries to speak next year, because these stories should be heard!
I want to hear more different sounds, different stories.Let the story of everyone turn into the power of the world.
We all believe that society is more than one.Make every difference a power to change the world.
'm not a white feminist, is it?Yes, she was a "white" and a "feminist," but she was aware of her strengths and was equally aware of the direction of the future effort on gender equality.She could not substitute for each woman's voice, and she could not take away the prerogative of the mainstream group, but would try to hear more voices, more stories.Because of every small story, it will be the power of the world to turn.Emma Watson, how can you not love her?(Recommended to you: About Emma Watson, 22 things you don't know )