Emma Watson


Emma Watson







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Date  Followers Following Uploads
2019-02-02 Sat 50,059,063 - 25 - 137 -
2019-02-04 Mon 50,056,432 -2631 25 - 137 -
2019-02-06 Wed 50,035,061 -21371 25 - 137 -
2019-02-07 Thu 50,061,825 +26764 25 - 137 -
2019-02-08 Fri 50,060,593 -1232 25 - 137 -
2019-02-09 Sat 50,063,733 +3140 25 - 137 -
2019-02-10 Sun 50,064,233 +500 25 - 137 -
2019-02-11 Mon 50,064,204 -29 25 - 137 -
2019-02-12 Tue 50,065,868 +1664 26 +1 137 -
2019-02-13 Wed 50,066,053 +185 27 +1 138 +1
2019-02-14 Thu 50,053,957 -12096 27 - 138 -
2019-02-15 Fri 50,054,819 +862 27 - 138 -
2019-02-16 Sat 50,053,348 -1471 27 - 138 -
2019-02-17 Sun 50,059,902 +6554 27 - 138 -
2019-02-18 Mon 50,054,749 -5153 26 -1 139 +1
Total Summary -4314 +2

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Time Until Date Followers Uploads
Current Stats 2019-02-18 50,054,749 139
30 days 2019-03-20 50,044,819 169
60 days 2019-04-19 50,034,889 199
3 months 2019-05-19 50,024,959 229
6 months 2019-08-17 49,995,169 319
9 months 2019-11-15 49,965,379 409
1 year 2020-02-18 49,933,934 504
1 year and half 2020-08-18 49,873,692 686
2 years 2021-02-17 49,813,119 869
Based on an average of -331 followers /day +1 uploads /day

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Followers Other Average Engagement Profile Engagement
< 1,000 8%
< 5,000 5.7%
< 10,000 4%
< 100,000 2.4%
100,000+ 1.7% Emma Watson 4.88%

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View Post Friends capture you best 🦋
📸 @t22felton 2019-02-17 image Friends capture you best .. 4,773,445 22,539
View Post 🥰💪🏻🌹 #Repost @gloriasteinem “3rd edition out today with a new foreword by my dear @emmawatson. I had a lot of fun updating it, hope you’ll feel the same reading it!”
📚❤️ “Why do I love Gloria’s writing so much? She makes what otherwise can be arduous and depressing reading, into something not only relatable but enjoyable...She believes in personal testimony - the sharing and passing on of women’s stories...She uncovers things that are obscured by today’s conditioning and normalizing which when exposed, are absolutely fascinating...Her plain common sense - calling things out as they are - will make you laugh out loud...
Sometimes the world she envisions seems so far out and impossible to me or just wildly optimistic. But I have come to believe it is through radical feminism and the radical nature of Gloria’s message, that the job of equality will get done. I used to think the citadel didn’t have to topple. Now I believe it just might and should, and that we need to let old ways of being die for something new to be born. This book contains ideas for that new road, even though some were written almost forty years ago.
People have asked me what the feminist movement needs to succeed. A new word? More men involved? I would rephrase the question. What obstacles need to be removed for us to succeed? In order to win our full humanity, in life, we have to confront the biggest superpower in the world: the patriarchy...
I never liked the idea of being a rebel. I played Hermione Granger, for goodness sake, who once famously compared the notion of being expelled to death! I remember thinking my first detention was the end of the world. But of all the things to fight for, I’d say freedom and respect are pretty good ones! And if I can do it with, and in the wake of, women like Gloria, all the better. And actually, as Hermione and I learned, being disruptive was quite fun after all.
So, have your mind blown, laugh out loud, think in new ways, get angry, feel the feminist affinity...This was the first collection of feminist writing Gloria ever published...I hope they become as precious to you.” 🧡📖 2019-02-12 image 🥰💪🏻🌹 #Repost .. 645,315 2,196
View Post Happy 3rd Birthday @oursharedshelf! Thank you to everyone involved - you give me so much joy! 💖💖💖 xx 2019-01-09 image Happy 3rd Birthday @oursh.. 2,236,116 10,169
View Post 💫 One of the most memorable moments of TIME’S UP in the UK for me has been the launch of the Justice and Equality Fund (the UK’s version of the Legal Defence Fund), which aims to support women who have experienced harassment and abuse, improve accountability, and prevent future abuses from occurring. 💸 The JEF offers much-needed funds to existing expert services and to grassroots activism. 🌱 Many people don’t realise that very basic services which protect and care for women in the UK are under threat, and it’s incredible the difference the fund has made in a short space of time. 🌷
The Justice and Equality Fund (JEF) has already resourced the vital work of organisations like 💪🏾💗London Black Women's Project, who provide specialist support to women of colour and migrant survivors of abuse, and 👩🏻‍⚖️ Rights of Women, who will resource a free and confidential helpline led by women lawyers offering legal advice to women experiencing sexual harassment. ☎️❤️ The JEF has also supported keeping the Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre for England and Wales helpline open and is resourcing the first rape crisis service provision in Northern Ireland in 12 years. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
⭐️ I hope that more people will be inspired by the #TIMESUP anniversary to give at home here in the UK, so the Justice and Equality Fund can reach even more under-resourced organisations and campaign groups in 2019.
✨ To donate go to uk.gofundme.com/Justice-and-Equality-Fund ✨ 2019-01-05 sidecar 💫 One of the most memo.. 799,816 3,537
View Post 💐 Happy 2019 💐 2019-01-05 image 💐 Happy 2019 💐 1,919,739 6,737
View Post Thank you to everyone who has been part of TIME'S UP over the past year. 💗 From my sisters in the film industry to the activists and campaigners around the world who have supported us, I've been so inspired by the way people have reached out to each other, shared experiences and advice, and organised together as part of this movement for change. 🌍 Gender equality can only become a reality if we harness the transformative power of solidarity across professions and across borders.
There’s still a long way to go, but the achievements so far make me optimistic for a fairer future. 2018 was just the beginning. 💪🏻
🎉 See link in bio for some reflections on the journey of Time’s Up that I shared with @cnn. 2019-01-05 image Thank you to everyone who.. 4,140,631 15,095
View Post 🐱 2018-12-21 image 🐱 5,847,429 30,491
View Post 🎥❤️ @littlewomenofficial 2018-12-19 image 🎥❤️ @littlewomenof.. 1,062,015 3,527
View Post “I could never love anyone as I love my sisters.” - Louisa May Alcott, @littlewomenofficial ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
💗 From left: Meg March, Greta Gerwig (director), Jo March, Amy March, Beth March and Laurie (Theodore Laurence). 2018-12-13 image “I could never love any.. 1,506,839 6,826
View Post #FrancescaWoodman ♡📷♡ 2018-12-05 sidecar #FrancescaWoodman ♡📷.. 1,950,736 7,859
View Post @carterbowman1 🧡 2018-11-30 image @carterbowman1 🧡 4,453,902 17,968
View Post @carterbowman1 💛 2018-11-26 image @carterbowman1 💛 3,976,644 16,046
View Post 🌴🤡 Tom’s @origin_series is out on 14th November. Congrats dear friend. #TFToleratingmysubparskatingskillssince1999. 2018-11-08 sidecar 🌴🤡 Tom’s @origin_.. 5,690,421 79,864
View Post ✔🗳 In my home country, I am a voter. All my admiration and thanks to those of you voting in the USA today.
💙❤ Midterms matter. ❤💙 Here's a reminder why from my friends and colleagues who've been organising with communities to embolden and inform USA voters.
E x 2018-11-06 sidecar ✔🗳 In my home countr.. 745,073 2,414
View Post ✊🏻💐 Congratulations to @amikageorge and Lisa Ranran Hu on being honoured for your work by @teenvogue #21Under21 2018!
💛 Amika started the @freeperiods movement at 18 to end #periodpoverty in the UK.
💛 At 18, Lisa Ranran Hu, a self-taught filmmaker, directed “Escape,” a film following the journey of a transgender teenager in China.
💐 tinyurl.com/TeenVogue21Under21 💐 for Teen Vogue’s full list of girls and femmes changing the world 🧡 2018-11-05 image ✊🏻💐 Congratulatio.. 351,427 973
View Post @josholins ❤️ 2018-11-03 image @josholins ❤️ 4,754,632 25,690
View Post @lornasimpson 🖼🖌🎨 2018-10-31 image @lornasimpson 🖼🖌.. 864,576 1,566
View Post 📚💌 Here’s an excerpt from the powerful November & December @oursharedshelf letter written by Brittney Cooper (@professor_crunk) & Rebecca Traister.
“Dear Our Shared Shelf Readers,
We are honored to be able to begin a conversation with you about the power and consequence of women’s rage, both personal and political. We could not be prouder or more excited that Audre Lorde’s Sister Outsider, Brittney Cooper’s Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower, and Rebecca Traister’s Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger have been selected as the Our Shared Shelf books for November/December 2018.
The famed feminist activist, poet, and essayist Audre Lorde was one of the foremost thinkers on the importance of anger. In her essay, “The Uses of Anger,” which you will get to read in her book Sister Outsider, she wrote, “every woman has a well-stocked arsenal of anger potentially useful against those oppressions, personal and institutional, which brought that anger into being. Focused with precision it can become a powerful source of energy serving progress and change.”
To encounter these words is to be changed by them. We have been changed by them. And we hope that women’s anger, put to use within progressive coalitions in which fury is expressed and treated as instructive, will in turn have the power to change the world.
In this period, as we reckon with the rise of hard right authoritarian regimes around the world, many determined to roll back human rights—the very freedoms generations of angry women before us worked to win—today’s women are again being called to embrace our rage–its force, its potential, its messy complications. The fight against global patriarchy is far from over. Violence abounds but so does the possibility of building a new world from the wreckage of the old one.”
✊🏾📝✊🏼 You can read the rest of their letter here: tiny.cc/OSSLetter 2018-10-30 image 📚💌 Here’s an exce.. 456,163 1,098
View Post ❤️ “I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own.” - Audre Lorde 2018-10-30 image ❤️ “I am not free w.. 1,914,277 4,607
View Post 🎥🎞💞 Our full @oursharedshelf interview via 👆🏼link in bio or ✨ bit.ly/2QLzlWy
If you’ve already read Reni’s book and want to continue the conversation (or even if you haven’t read it), her podcast ‘About Race with Reni Eddo-Lodge' is available to listen now 🎶👂🏻www.aboutracepodcast.com
@renieddolodge #blackhistorymonth #OurSharedShelf 2018-10-28 video 🎥🎞💞 Our full @ou.. 492,402 1,552
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