As many of you know (or don't know and you're just figuring this out) I'm a massive fan of Emma Watson, of whom has recently helped launch the campaign "He for She" which aims to achieve gender equality for men and females across the world.
I, personally, started noticing gender inequality when I was little playing make believe with my neighborhood friends and I wasn't aloud to be "Luke Skywalker" because im a girl and girls "can't be Jedi's" (this didn't stop me of course but I remember being awfully confused as to why). I then began to notice inequality when I was older and I was considered "annoying" because I was more opinionated than the other girls, I remember a fellow girl asking me "why can't you just be a normal girl?" as if a normal girl was defined as being some sort of mute with no opinions of her own. It wasn't just girls I noticed, it was men as well, a boy was practically abandoned by my whole class because heaven forbid he cried allot, another boy I once knew was called weird for listening to the spice girls because that's a "girls band only" the stereotypes goes on and on. It isn't fair for woman OR men to be stereotyped and made to act a certain way because THAT'S whats socially acceptable.
"It is time that we all perceive gender on a spectrum, not as two opposing sets of ideals" - @EmWatson
This quote (taken from twitter) sums up the aim of HeforShe, its the coming together of males and females to not see each other firstly as an opposite gender but as an equal human being with equal rights.
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