Entertainment Emma Watson Says She Has Experienced The “Full Spectrum” Of Sexual Harassment

17:54  12 january  2018
17:54  12 january  2018 Source:   ELLE

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Emma Watson has spoken candidly about the sexual harassment she has faced in Hollywood. Talking to Variety at the Golden Globes — where multiple stars wore black in support of the #MeToo movement — the Harry Potter actor said she had experienced the “ full spectrum ” of harassment

Actress Emma Watson has revealed in a new interview that she has experienced the " full spectrum " of workplace sexual harassment in the industry. "The statistics around—even in the United Kingdom—women between the ages of 18 to 24, huge, huge, huge numbers say that they have

In a new interview, Emma Watson has revealed she has experienced the © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Emma Watson. Actress Emma Watson has revealed in a new interview that she has experienced the "full spectrum" of workplace sexual harassment in the industry.

Speaking with Variety about the Time's Up movement and her involvement, the Beauty and the Beast star noted that her experience was "not unique," and was indicative of a wider and much more systematic problem.

"It's amazing because I have experienced the full spectrum [of harassment]," she told the publication.

"But I think that for me, what is amazing is that my experiences are not unique, the experiences of my friends are not unique, the experiences of my colleagues are not unique," she continued. "This issue is so systemic, structural."

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Emma Watson says she ’s “ experienced the full spectrum ” of sexual harassment working in the movie industry. “It’s amazing because I have experienced the full spectrum ,” Watson said .

Watson , 27, said she has “ experienced the full spectrum ” of sexual harassment while working in the movie industry. Both Emma Watson and Marai Larasi wore black to red carpet to protest and raise awareness against rampant sexual harassment in Hollywood.

"The statistics around—even in the United Kingdom—women between the ages of 18 to 24, huge, huge, huge numbers say that they have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace."

"You realise, if you speak to most women, they have an experience, they have a story. We're just uncovering. We're just scratching the surface of this, which is what's really crazy."

Watson was one of the many women who wore black to the 2018 Golden Globes in solidarity with the Time's Up movement. She was accompanied by activist Marai Larasi, founder of Imkaan, an organisation dedicated to addressing violence against women and girls of colour.

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