Harry Potter Hogwarts Fan Theory About Student Population; Emma Watson’s Recycled Dress, Who Cares?
New Harry Potter fan therapy speculates the student population at Hogwarts was alarmingly amiss because of Voldemort’s terrible reign:
Emma Watson News: The Recycled Dress and Interviews on Drugs & Alcohol
Admittedly, it wasn’t until late last year I truly discovered the greatness of Emma Watson. She is a fantastic public figure, and has used her profile from the Harry Potter franchise to take a vivacious stand on several social issues. I admire Emma Watson’s activism and tenacity.
(Emma, read this and be my friend!)
Emma Watson’s Recycled Dress and Sustainability
I tricked you. I love Emma Watson’s new sustainable dress; it’s gorgeous, fashionable, and can potentially create an entirely new perspective on the way clothes are made. But personally, I’d like to see Emma make some kind of public contribution to the conversation of addiction and substance use disorders as fervently as she has equality.
Although, substance abuse isn’t something Emma seems to want to talk about; after being badgered by late night hosts about Daniel Radcliffe’s alcohol use disorder, Watson made it pretty clear she didn’t want to talk about it. Watson says she didn’t notice Daniel’s drinking habits because he always showed up on set.
“I became so reliant on [alcohol] to enjoy stuff,” Daniel Radcliffe said. “There were a few years there when I was just so enamored with the idea of living some sort of famous person’s lifestyle that really isn’t suited to me.”
And here’s a peek on Emma’s plan for sustainability in fashion:
Emma Watson on Using Drugs and Drinking Alcohol
As a child and teen star of the infamous Harry Potter franchise, you’d think Emma would be involved with shenanigans many young stars with money get themselves into; It turns out Emma Watson is the exception.
Avoiding devastating substance use or binge drinking (yes, she’s been drunk a few times, like most of us), Ms. Watson has this to say of the matter:
“I started travelling and working away from home when I was nine, and there would have been so many opportunities there if I’d wanted to take them. If I’d wanted to get blind raving drunk I could have done; if I wanted to do drugs I could have done. Luckily I don’t have an addictive personality, and I don’t really drink.”
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About the Author
JessiRae Pulver-Adell is an addiction & recovery blogger for Harbor Village. She writes to elucidate the disease of addiction and is an activist for the homeless and animals. She enjoys furry creatures, Jrock, and towering bookshelves! Have a story or a pitch to share? Email her directly at Jupveradell@harborvillageflorida.com.