Last September, a sizable number of famous faces rallied behind Emma Watson and her HeForShe campaign, a UN effort which seeks to involve men in the fight for women’s rights. "Flawless" and "inspiring" were two of the many adjectives hurled at her UN headquarters speech, but there's one celeb who was considerably less than impressed by Watson's message: Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark on "Game of Thrones."
"A lot of what Emma Watson spoke about, I just think, 'that doesn’t bother me,'" Williams told The Guardian. "I know things aren’t perfect for women in the U.K. and in America, but there are women in the rest of the world who have it far worse."
Williams, who described Watson's brand as "first world feminism," also said that she does consider herself to be a feminist, but "there are bigger things going on in other countries."