07 March 2017

Emma Watson is "Confused" About Feminism

Emma Watson
Actress Emma Watson is slamming critics who suggested that posing with her breasts partially exposed for a recent Vanity Fair photo shoot was hypocritical of her feminist views.

The "Beauty and the Beast" star, 26, sat down recently with Reuters to address to controversy, stating that feminism was all about choice.

"It just always reveals to me how many misconceptions and what a misunderstanding there is about what feminism is," said the UN Women Goodwill Ambassador and pioneer of the #HeForShe campaign.

"Feminism is about giving women choice. Feminism is not a stick with which to beat other women with. It’s about freedom, it’s about liberation, it’s about equality. I really don’t know what my t—s have to do with it. It's very confusing."

Following Watson's argument, feminism has nothing to do with the exploitation of a woman's body, but rather her choice to be exploited for money if she wishes. The words of a true Hollywood lady of the proverbial evening. Hypocritical much?

Is it not that the character Belle that she's playing empowered enough by being an active book-reader in an era when the majority of people were completely illiterate? On having ambitions beyond "this provincial life"...?

Apparently not, Watson may have actively bullied the writers into Belle pilfering her father's role as an inventor, too. This, of course, ignores the fact that "Beauty and the Beast" is a classic story of Stockholm Syndrome, and that if anyone in the story is a hero, it's actually Gaston. But, hey, Watson continue to flop those nonexistent breasts around like they're somehow empowering to her.

She continued, "I'm confused. Most people are confused. No, I'm just always just quietly stunned."

Best thing she's said so far. She needs to realize she's an actress, has been pampered since childhood, and doesn't know anything about the real world. Celebs need to stay out of political issues, and people need to stop taking their opinions seriously.