I think that the way woman and men relate to each other is changing and I like it. Also, I think that women should lead the world. Men are idiots, including me. Women can understand what’s going on better and that’s why they are more sensitive than men. At least in my personal experience. Men are always focused on the competition, as an obsession. But I think that we could learn a lot from women [especially if we] managed problems from a feminine point of view.
Emma arriving at the Magic in the Moonlight premiere in New York (17.07.2014)
"Fuck, shit, asshole, bollocks, bitch, fuck, mother hubbard… Good, thank you, I feel much better."
"I feel incredibly awkward as a human being and incredibly teenaged still"
My life is very, very boring and normal and the work I do isn’t. I admit that in regards to the work I’m allowed to do things that are extreme and kind of fun and exhilarating. I go and get food and I feed myself and then I go home and I sleep and then I go out and get food and I sleep. It’s very weird being on the other side of it. And of course when you think you feel like you can’t move there is a sense of being wrapped in cellophane. That’s why maybe being on stage every night is so liberating because you get to express yourself in a very honest way whereas you don’t feel you get to do that so much in your life. I haven’t felt that so much. I think as long as you keep humanising then I think that puts you in good status and you just stop making faces and trying to look attractive for every single photo like is taken of you and you’re ruined after that. That’s a dangerous thing because then you become something else and you lose a sense of the fact that you’re a human being with flaws and they will be seen.
Emma and Andrew attending Magic in the Moonlight premiere in NY, July 17
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield for Teen Vogue
photographed in 2012 by Josh Olins
I’ve gone through my whole life caring deeply what people think of me.
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