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Emma Walks in Women’s March in Washington

Emma Watson showed her support for women, minorities, and people of all religious faiths, nationalities or gender identities who’s rights are threatened by the new US government by participating in the Women’s March on Washington. Estimates are that over 500,000 people attended the event, far exceeding the number who were at the presidential inauguration on Friday. Similar protest marches were held around the world in many countries, with over 2 million participants.

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19 Responses to “Emma Walks in Women’s March in Washington”

  1. Aakriti says:

    I feel soooooo proud whenever I see her do something good for the world I feel proud to know her,I feel proud to be a woman and most of all I feel proud to be a EMMA WATSON FAN!!! Whenever she protests or speaks for woman I feel great!! I’m actually lost for words because I don’t understand how could god create such a beautiful and a pure human being she’s not just beautiful on the outside but also in the inside she’s just AMAZING!!!
    SO PROUD FOR HER!!!❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  2. Aakriti says:

    *OF HER!!!❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

    • Simo says:

      I completely agree with you, Aakriti: she’s such a wonderful, beautiful human being and an amazing role model for woman and girls.

  3. matt says:

    What exactly are they (and Emma FFS) protesting against? Exactly who’s rights (other than criminals with no rights to be in the US) are in any way “threatened” by the new US government? When has President Trump ever said anything against taking rights away from women or gays?!
    This sort of thing just comes across as sad whining because America had the temerity (and good sense) to vote for a no-nonsense man instead of an openly corrupt, openly warmongering woman and because people have been brainwashed by a corrupt, biased media. But hey, Hillary was a woman, I guess that’s all that’s needed in Emma’s world these days!

    • Harald says:

      Hello Matt: You simply haven’t been listening to what Trump has been saying about women’s rights all along. There’s more than reason enough for women to protest!

  4. Anonymous says:

    How sad–and very outdated–that you view the equality and rights of women as a threat or erosion of yours, matt. No doubt this confuses you, so ask a woman in your life to explain.

  5. Anonymous says:

    and trump has spent much of his “adult??” life making crude, insulting comments about women, up to and including bragging about committing assault and battery.

  6. matt says:

    “How sad–and very outdated–that you view the equality and rights of women as a threat or erosion of yours, matt. No doubt this confuses you, so ask a woman in your life to explain.”

    Never said any such thing. But nice strawman argument while absolutely refusing to offer anything legitimate of what this “protest” is supposedly about. It’s so sad to see Emma one of the brainwashed idiots.

    • Harald says:

      I would fight for your right to state your opinion even though it’s wrong. Did it ever occur to you that she might have the ability to chose for herself which way she wants to go?,,, and I’m certain that she has!

    • ken says:

      Matt, you are never going to get these people to answer a direct question. For such a question requires knowledge, which these people do not have. It is sad that at a time when so much work must be done that all these people can think of is to protest. To disrupt, to riot, to vandalize.

      • Kim says:

        Who vandalized?

      • Jen says:

        This was a peaceful protest. There was no rioting, and nobody vandalized. Not a single person was arrested.

        • ken says:

          oh really. so the windows of Starbucks were not smashed, nor BofA? Funny as both those companies donated large amounts to Hillary. So no cars were lit on fire?

          • Jen says:

            You can look up the statistics yourself, Ken. The media has reported that no arrests were made; an estimated 200 after the inauguration on Friday, but NONE at the Women’s March on Saturday.

    • Simo says:

      Emma’s smile at Women’s March is the best answer for your superficial comments. And if you don’t get what’s the current problem, it’s useless keep talking.

  7. Anna says:

    Emma is the BEST!!!! She is the perfect idol for young girls and I am so glad I am one of her fans….

  8. Jerry says:

    Emma is so beautiful, and bright shining participating in Women’s March in Washington.
    Adore, Love and Respect ❤️❤️❤️

  9. Fernando says:

    Nice,this makes Emma special! She never ceases to amaze me. Thanks Dook! My Emma fix is there!

  10. Ross Taggart says:

    Joining the people. So proud to have marched. Proud to have marched with Emma. She is such a star yet always one of us.