Emma Watson's Speech: Gender Equality And Equality

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The goal of this paper is to evaluate the appeals, and devices that are relevant in Watson’s Speech. The issue of the topic is gender equality, and evaluating various facts during the analysis. Emma Watson is the Ambassador and speaker in campaigns for “HeForShe.” Emma Watson was born in Britain. She expressed in the article that she has a privilege of not being limited because she was born as a girl. Therefore, she is conveying that all women have the human right to equality as any man. Emma Watson is an actress who uses her position as a famous person to bring attention towards the issue of gender equality. She wrote an article on September 20, 2014, which was about gender equality. She is a defender in organizations such as "UN Women Goodwill Ambassador", and she is the Representative at different events for the “HeForShe”. According to Emma Watson, the definition of feminism is, “The belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities. It is the theory of the political, economic and social equality of the sexes” (Watson, 2014). Equality in both genders can be an issue or even more, this can be a competition in our world between males and females. Watson’s Speech will encourage male society to treat …show more content…
The speech of Hilary Clinton’s was about women’s rights. According to Emma, only thirty percent of males responded to the speech (Watson, 2014). She expressed her emotions to the audience, and Emma Watson welcomed everyone to participate, and support the changes for feminism rights. Though, the common people in the congress were women, this happened between 1880s and 1890s (D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 2007). Informally, the first women in Congress had numerous unities. These ladies were all whites, and almost all of them were raised as Protestants. In addition, around thirteen women attended college, trade schools, and universities (D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office,

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