The actress responded to criticism she received after a photo shoot for Vanity Fair.
Alongside her work as an actress, Emma Watson is also known to be associated with feminist causes, therefore, for the defense of gender equality. However, the artist was eventually harshly criticized on social networks, having starred in a session for Vanity Fair, where she appeared topless.
In an interview with the BBC, Emma had the opportunity to comment on the controversy.
“It [the controversy] only reveals how many misunderstandings and misunderstandings exist about what feminism is,” he begins by arguing. “Feminism is that. It is about giving women the power of choice. It’s not a stick with other women. It’s about freedom, about liberation, about equality. I really do not understand what my boobs have to do with it. It’s very confusing, “.
When asked by her colleague Dan Stevens, who shares the lead role in her latest film, “Beauty and the Beast,” about the criticism she received, the actress said: “They said I could not be a feminist and have … boobs” .
Note that the artist was photographed by Tim Walker.