Emma Watson recently advised her fans to subscribe to a pricey sex website that she really loves, but she isn't encouraging people to pay for Internet pornography—the website she recommended is an instructional one, and it's all about helping women achieve the big "O."
Now that Emma Watson is all grown up, the Harry Potter star is still interested in making magic. However, she's not pulling a Hermione by spending hours on end reading up on charms, curses, and potions; instead, Emma is studying female sexuality in hopes of making magic in the bedroom.
According to People, Emma Watson endorsed the OMGYES.com website while speaking to Gloria Steinem on Wednesday. The proud feminists took the stage together at the How to: Academy talk in London, and they touched on a wide range of topics including sex, grooming, and Harry Potter. However, Emma's sex website endorsement is getting more attention than anything else that she said during the event at the Emmanuel Centre.
"It's based on research, which is a complete study on female sexuality," Emma told the audience.
It was such an honour to interview @GloriaSteinem on Wednesday! #MyLifeOnTheRoad #OurSharedShelf pic.twitter.com/KD7m7dpmB2The actress revealed that she decided to check out OMGYES after a friend recommended it, and Emma hinted that the website has been a big help to her. The Harry Potter star possibly divulged a little more information about her sex life than she meant to when she said that she wished "it had been around longer."
— Emma Watson (@EmWatson) February 26, 2016
"Definitely check it out. It's an expensive subscription – but it's worth it."
The creators of Emma Watson's favorite new sex website have come up with descriptive names for specific sex acts, like "edging" and "hinting," that will help women better describe what they like. OMGYES is also interactive; according to ELLE, subscribers can use a touchscreen to practice the techniques on a "virtual vagina," and they actually receive feedback in the form of a woman's voice telling them that they need to stop, go faster, etc.
Perhaps Emma Watson's fans can look forward to more female-empowering recommendations like OMGYES in the coming months. The Harry Potter star recently told PAPER magazine that she's taking a year off from acting to focus on feminism and read up on gender issues, so she might come across another website that she thinks is worthy of her coveted endorsement.
"I almost thought about going and doing a year of gender studies, then I realized that I was learning so much by being on the ground and just speaking with people and doing my reading. That I was learning so much on my own," Emma said.
Emma Watson decided to encourage other young women to read up on feminism by creating a book club on goodreads.com. According to ELLE UK, Gloria Steinem said that she was "honored" that Emma chose her memoir, My Life On The Road, as the first read for her Our Shared Shelf book club members to devour.During her year-long break from acting, Emma probably won't spend all of her time reading—she'll likely spend some of it with her new boyfriend, tech entrepreneur William Knight. According to the Sun, 25-year-old Emma and her 35-year-old beau have been dating for four months, and they've already taken advantage of Emma's acting break by enjoying a week-long vacation together.
"Mack is just a normal, down-to-earth guy who has nothing to do with Hollywood, and Emma loves that," a source revealed. "They're really happy with each other and see each other whenever Emma does not have work commitments."
During her How to: Academy talk, Emma Watson didn't reveal whether William Knight also has a subscription to the OMGYES website.
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