Emma Watson reveals she's used a 'sexual pleasure website,' tells Gloria Steinem to 'definitely check it out.'

Emma Watson reveals she's used a 'sexual pleasure website,' tells Gloria Steinem to 'definitely check it out.'
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On February 24, UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson sat down with feminist icon Gloria Steinem in a talk sponsored by How to Academy, which hosts educational events on a variety of subjects. Aside from discussing topics like how women can affect peace negotiations, Watson let it drop that she has subscribed to the "sexual pleasure research site" OMGYES.com, International Business Times reported.

"A friend told me about this website called OMGYES, which is dedicated to female sexuality," Metro quoted Watson as saying. "I wish it had been around longer. Definitely check it out," she told Steinem. "It's an expensive subscription but it's worth it." The site, which costs about $56 to join, uses a mix of documentary interviews and touch simulations to help users learn how to bring women to climax.  

In a more PG portion of the interview, Watson referenced her likeness to the character that made her famous. "I feel as though I spent a long time trying to pretend I was not like Hermione, and, of course, I was rather like Hermione," she said, laughing. "I’ve finally come to accept the fact."

Skip to :56 to hear Watson talk about her famous eyebrows and her connection with Hermione:

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For a bit a conversation that goes a bit deeper, watch Steinem talk about the "bullshit" idea of masculine and feminine.

In early January, Watson chose Steinem's book, My Life on the Road as part of her feminist book club that anybody can join because books are for everyone.

Who has their book? #OurSharedShelf #BookClub #MyLifeOnTheRoad

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Watson's best ever accessory is a book.

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