The actress undertook a brief interview with Teen Vogue and author Valerie Hudson, talking about feminism, dating, and # MeToo.
“A lot of the healthiest relationships I’ve seen have been between same-sex couples because, I think, they have to sit down and agree [on] things,” Emma said.
“They agree [on] things between them as opposed to [accepting] certain sets of assumptions and expectations that are made. I’ve also kind of become slightly fascinated by kink culture because they are the best communicators ever,”the actress continued.
They know all about consent. They [smash] that stuff because they really have to get it — but we could all use those models; they’re actually really helpful models.”
She later took a dig at Teen Vogue about how she was portrayed after the talk.
She posted an article screenshot and wrote: “Titles like this got me like.”
“Note: Over the years people have asked me if I’m not comfortable with a picture or title of a feature with me in it why don’t I have it taken out or changed before it’s published. I think the assumption is that I get to see articles I’ve participated in before they go to print or online…”
Further explaining her point of view about the speech she wrote, “The reality is it’s very unusual for me to see things before they are run or for me to get a say from publications on how pictures of me or my speech are edited. Usually, you see things for the first time before I do.”
“When I’ve been extremely uncomfortable in the past (much more extreme examples than the one above) and I’ve expressed concern and grievance I’m told this is the way of things… (I do use my voice)” she concluded her caption.