In case there was still any doubt, Hermione Granger is all grown up!
Emma Watson revealed during an onstage conversation with feminist icon Gloria Steinem at the Emmanuel Centre in London that she subscribes to the sexual pleasure research website, OMGYES.com. "Explore the specific ways different women find pleasure based on new research," the website reads, adding that it offers "refreshingly open and honest videos and a new way to try each technique, right on your touchscreen."
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"A friend told me about this website called OMGYES, which is dedicated to female sexuality," the 25-year-old Harry Potter star explained. "I wish it had been around longer. Definitely check it out."
There is a tiny stipulation to this Watson-endorsed website. "It's an expensive subscription but it's worth it," she added. It costs a little under $56 to subscribe.
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"OMGYES is an entirely new way to explore fascinating, useful and fun information that’s been uncovered in new research," the website further promises. "We conducted the first-ever large-scale studies to get the details. And we’ll continue to do more and more research about sexual pleasure."
A rep for the company elaborated on the perks of an OMGYES subscription, telling New York Daily News that they offer "touchable simulation" that allows subscribers to "practice what they've learned on a photo-real movable image."
The company also claims their clientele is 50 percent men and 50 percent women.
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Watson isn't always so vocal about her sex life, but she is adamant about being a voice for equal rights for women. "It is my belief that there is a greater understanding than ever that women need to be equal participants in our homes, in our societies, in our governments and in our work places. And they know that the world is being held back in every way because they are not," she proclaimed during a speech at the World Economic Forum in January 2015. "Women share this planet 50/50, and they are under represented."