As a feminist, activist and UN collaborator, Emma Watson was sure to do something special to commemorate Women's Day - like, say, a live Q&A on Facebook on the topic of ladies, equality and feminism. The session addressed some pretty crucial topics, like violence, wage discrimination and stringent gender roles ingrained into society.

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Emma Watson believes men and women should stand together for equality.

Much like the He for She campaign, launched by Watson and the UN last year, her Q&A session also highlighted the need for a unified movement of women and men to combat gender discrimination. Rigid gender roles are also imposed on men, Watson explained, and addressing them is an important step toward creating a world in which women are equal.

"We're never, ever, ever going to be able to fly as high unless we're both in support of each other," she said.

Collaboration and gender stereotypes imposed on men are two topics, which Watson has emphasized before - especially in her He for She speech. 

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Of course, Watson's focus on men was bound to draw some criticism, seeing as how feminism is supposed to be, you know, mostly focused on women. But the actress had some pretty solid reasoning. 

"It's not about men saving women, and I think that's a misunderstanding," she said. "Women are already in the club. We're already in the club because it's our movement. It's not a men's club. It's an equality club for both genders."

So does she have a point? Is it a fight for equality and are women's only spaces still a necessary step?

She also made a point most people can relate to, concluding that: "If you stand for equality, then you're a feminist. Sorry to tell you, you're a feminist."