While listening to it, there were four little facts that I particulary loved, four small but important issues that are being changed and fought
a) It breaks stereotypes. And so many of them. Emma Watson proofed us again that being famous doesn't need to go along with being dumb and stupid. You can be a smart nice women. You can care about important issues as education or equality. In fact, all women can. And we should be aspire it, as a goal. On the other hand, the unconscious and sexist men is teared down. It's a new era now! They aren't wanted anymore. It's time to build an equal free society.
c) Inequality starts in a daily basis and ends with education. We don't born being rude or mean, we grow up to be. Because our society, our influences, are. But this can be stopped. That is why education is for. Apart from learning Maths and Language and History, it's there to raise nice smart thinking humans. To teach morals and ethics and create a better world, together. Being given the same opportunities it's what will matter.
d) Finally, someone tells men to care. Because it's not only a women's issue. Many times, girls do stupid things in order to like, look more appealing or whatever to boys (which might usually be because it is true and boys actually like it). If some women aren't pushed to pursue their dreams, it might be because society doesn't believe she could do well enough being a lady (and society is, of course men + women). My point is to express that we have to fight together for equality. Feminism is the word. Otherwise, we will only be able to win half of the battle.
Lately, the equality battle has been abandoned by many citizens who believe that there is no problem nowadays. 'Women can vote, they can study, they can do whatever they want.' But they forget that many girls can't. That, although having walked a long way there is still much to do. I carefully listened to the speech and was fully glad that we're finally taking back the fight towards equality. And this time it will be for good and all.
What do you thing about this project? Can we built an equal society? How? Let me hear from you!
PS. Just to clarify for who may not know it: feminism is the belief that man and women are truly and completely equal (and not that girls are better how some people think).