Actress Emma Watson expressed outrage Monday at the hackers who exposed private and explicit photographs from at least 100 celebrities, including Watson’s friend Jennifer Lawrence. But “even worse,” she wrote on Twitter, was the lack of empathy for the victims.
Watson, who was recently nominated a Goodwill Ambassador for U.N. Women, has become a vocal proponent of women’s rights on social media, previously mocking the Turkish Deputy Prime Minister’s suggestion that a chaste woman should refrain from laughing by tweeting a picture of herself doubled over in laughter.
- The Fall of Roe and the Failure of the Feminist Industrial Complex
- What Trump Knew About January 6
- Follow the Algae Brick Road to Plant-Based Buildings
- The Education of Glenn Youngkin
- The Benefits and Challenges of Cutting Back on Meat
- Here's Everything New on Netflix in July 2022—and What's Leaving
- Women in Northern Ireland Still Struggle to Access Abortion More Than 2 Years After Decriminalization