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'She's so oppressed!' Grab a hankie for actress Emma Watson's sad tales of 'sexism'


Right? We could listen to it all day.

Today’s edition of celebrity lamentations has been brought to you by the letters S, B, N, and R. For Sexism — But Not Really:


More on that “simple math” from Time:

Emma Watson has never been shy in expressing her support for women’s equality, especially when it comes to fighting back against the rampant sexism in Hollywood. In a recent interview with The Guardian, the actress used straightforward numerical facts to explain the inequality of gender representation in the film industry.

“I have experienced sexism in that I have been directed by male directors 17 times and only twice by women,” Watson said. “Of the producers I’ve worked with 13 have been male and only one has been a woman.”

With all due respect, Miss Watson … really? Like, REALLY?

No. No it isn’t.


Forgive us if we’re not right there crying with her.





It’s just not fair!



Yeah, it’s a shame. It’s a damn shame.

We’re gonna go out on a limb and say she had a choice.


We’ve got to agree.


Indeed. Some might. So, if Miss Watson is truly bothered by all the sexism — as she’s defining it — that she’s experienced, there’s something she can do about it:


You know. In the interest of fairness.

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