Emma Watson Subscribes To An Expensive 'Sexual Pleasure' Website

emma watson subscribes to an expensive ‘sexual pleasure’ website

Emma Watson reveals she subscribes to OMGYes, a website stocked with instructional videos on how to make women orgasm, and we're still not over it.

Watson has made a name for herself as one of the most beloved actresses. And many people know if there's going to be a film featuring her, it's going to be a work of art.

From Harry Potter to Perks of Being a Wallflower, Watson has stunned fans with her talent and charisma.

emma watson subscribes to an expensive 'sexual pleasure' website
emma watson subscribes to an expensive 'sexual pleasure' website

The actress is also not afraid to reveal some rather personal subjects about her life.

While in an onstage interview with feminist icon Gloria Steinem, the Beauty and The Beast actress revealed she subscribes OMGYES.com.

For starters, this website uses scientific research on female pleasure to help people get better in bed.

Speaking about the site, Watson said:


"I wish it had been around longer. Definitely check it out."

"It's an expensive subscription, but it's worth it."

emma watson subscribes to an expensive 'sexual pleasure' website

The OMGYes features a series of how-to videos and interviews with real women, not actors. And every woman is an authority on her own orgasm.

In the videos, each woman reveals what turns her on in the most straightforward terms while demonstrating her particular technique on camera.

A rep for the site told the New York Daily News they're investing millions into female sexual pleasure research.


The rep explained:

"In short, scientists had never researched actual techniques for pleasure because it's so taboo."

"We got more than $4.6 million in funding and are doing that research."

"Instead of just making academic journal articles, we're making the findings practical, real and experiential in the form of documentary interviews."

"The interviews are both explicit and nonexplicit with real-life women, not actresses."


The company also claims their clientele is 50 percent men and 50 percent women. So, it's not for a particular gender.

During her interview with Steinem, Watson also revealed her mission of empowerment is helping her overcome insecurities she has had for years.

She explained:

"I used to hate that I had strong eyebrows."

"As a 9-year-old, I desperately wanted to pluck them and make them two thin lines."


"But my mother desperately tried to tell me that the eyebrows gave my face character, 'don't be ashamed.'"

emma watson subscribes to an expensive 'sexual pleasure' website

Watson also admitted she has finally accepted that she's a lot more like the character that made her famous.

She said:

"I feel as though I spent a long time trying to pretend I was not like Hermione."

"And, of course, I was rather like Hermione. I've finally come to accept the fact."

These aren't the only surprising details Watson has shared about her personal life.

Despite her popularity, the actress struggles with imposter syndrome.


In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, she revealed:

"I'd walk down the red carpet and go into the bathroom. I had on so much makeup and these big, fluffy, full-on dresses."

"Then, I'd put my hands on the sink and look at myself in the mirror and say, 'who is this?'"

She continued:

"I didn't connect with the person who was looking back at me. That was a very unsettling feeling."