Emma Watson Subscribes to Steamy Sex Site
Harry Potter star Emma Watson spends her hard-earned cash subscribing to a steamy website focused on improving women’s sex lives. The former child star is now all grown up and the British actress is all about the website OMGYES, which explores scientific research on female pleasure to help fans become better lovers.
The 25-year-old, who is reportedly dating actor Roberto Aguire, made the candid revelation during the How to: Academy talk in London with feminist icon Gloria Steinem on Wednesday. “It’s based on research, which is a complete study on female sexuality,” Watson explained, admitting she was first introduced to the publication by a friend. “I wish it had been around longer,” she sighed. “Definitely check it out. It’s an expensive subscription, but it’s worth it.” The website, which typically costs $59 to subscribe to, grants users access to a series of videos and tutorials about techniques to improve their bedroom behavior. Watson will have plenty of time to work on her sex life after recently admitting she is taking a year-long break from acting to focus on her other interests outside of the entertainment industry. “I’m taking a year away from acting to focus on two things, really,” she told author Bell Hooks in an interview for Paper magazine. “My own personal development is one. My own personal task is to read a book a week, and also to read a book a month as part of my book club. I’m doing a huge amount of reading and study just on my own.” Watson’s other goal is to continue to absorb herself in her work for the United Nations and its women’s rights campaign HeForShe, revealing she plans to “take another field trip in the next two or three months,” as well as, “organizing a HeForShe arts week, a university tour, and launching the HeForShe website.” “It’s a lot,” the star admits. “There’s a lot to do.”
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