This isn’t just girls are better than boys, boys are better than girls. You disappoint me.” And, “Emma Watson: “Feminism, feminism… Or, as Maisie Williams of “Game of Thrones” suggested at one point, just “normal person” will do. Photograph by Tim Walker.A post shared by Vanity Fair (@vanityfair) on Feb 28, 2017 at 10:02am PSTAmericans are notoriously fine with violence but queasy about sexuality, and somewhere along the way “feminism” got itself about a dozen different conflicting definitions, depending on the person using the word.Watson and her “Beast” co-star Dan Stevens talked about the fuss in a Reuters interview, where Watson was “quietly stunned.” Stevens was confused as well. Anyone who doesn’t think women should have equal representation and treatment should get their own special term.Want more stuff like this? why oh why am I not taken seriously… feminism… gender wage gap… It’s about freedom. oh, and here are my tits!””To be fair, many people were supportive of the image — or didn’t care at all until Watson was attacked for it — but the “Beauty and the Beast” star was completely taken aback by the idea that she would be considered a bad or non-feminist for posing for this photo:Maturing from Hermione to Belle in @beautyandthebeast is a true coming-of-age story for @EmmaWatson: “I couldn’t care less if I won an Oscar or not if the movie didn’t say something that I felt was important for people to hear.” Read the full cover story at the link in bio. Like us on Facebook. It’s very confusing.”Watson previously talked to Entertainment Weekly about the problem with the term “feminism” itself because it sounds pro-women, and that leads many to think it’s anti-men:”I think the word is really difficult because it seems to inherently address a preferential treatment of the feminine over the masculine because it has the feminine in the word, and I think that’s a real oversight and misunderstanding. Watson argued:”Feminism is about giving women choice. Emma Watson has a pair, and she showed a bit of side and under-boob in a Vanity Fair photo that got some folks talking.A magazine posed the question, “Is actress and feminist Emma Watson a hypocrite for going topless in Vanity Fair?” since fans had commented things like, “#hypocrite, lost respect for all your work. It’s about liberation. This is just everyone deserves a fair chance.”At this point, we might just need an entirely new word. Feminism is not a stick with which to beat other women with. Don’t give men and society what they want. I really don’t know what my tits have to do with it. Complete opposite of what you preach. Posted March 6, 2017 by Gina CarboneBoobs! Why couldn’t she be a feminist and also have boobs? People love ’em and hate ’em and can’t stop judging ’em. It’s about equality.