But it's supposedly only temporary anyway.
Others were simply heartbroken that their favorite feminist icon failed to get the message written correctly.
Emma Watson went bold at the Oscars last night, flying the flag for women across the globe by wearing a black gown and showing off a new poignant tattoo on her right arm. It read "Times Up" rather than "Time's Up".
But fans have been quick to point out that she may have made a glaring error, as it appears that there could be an apostrophe missing between the "e" and "s" in the slogan across her arm.
Critics mentioned that she studied at Brown University, an Ivy League school, and graduated with a bachelor's degree in English literature. It's most likely temporary, or at least we hope it is. Typos need love, too.
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The only thing is that her tattoo has a spelling error.
Watson, 27, has been a vocal supporter of the Time's Up and #MeToo movements and has backed new guidelines to tackle harassment and bullying in the film industry. Earlier this year, she donated 1-million British Pounds to the UK Justice and Equality Fund, which aims to stop workplace injustice and inequality. The same year, she was appointed as a UN Women Goodwill ambassador; soon after, she launched her HeForShe campaign, calling for men to advocate for gender equality.
Watson also brought Imkaan executive director Marai Larasi, who heads up the black feminist organisation in the United Kingdom, as her guest to the awards show.
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