Emma Watson has given a searing reaction to pundits who pummeled her topless Vanity Fair shoot on Sunday morning. 

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Pundits slated the Beauty and the Beast performer for posturing without a bra on under a coat for a magazine shoot, saying it undermines her women's activist qualities. 

The Harry Potter performer was blamed a week ago for being "two-faced" while introducing herself as a women's activist and is not glad about it by any means. 

TalkRADIO moderator, Julia Hartley-Brewer shared a stooping tweet against the performing artist, deriding Emma's NSFW photoshoot. 

She composed: 

Emma Watson: ‘Feminism, feminism… gender wage gap… why oh why am I not taken seriously… feminism… oh, and here are my t–s!’

Emma was plainly insulted by the supporter's sentiment and was compelled to stand up about it a meeting with the BBC. 

She clarified: 

Feminism is not a stick with which to beat other women. It’s about freedom, it’s about liberation, it’s about equality.

I really don’t know what my tits have to do with it. It’s very confusing.

Many individuals hurried to Emma's side, offering their support on Twitter for the star, saying what she wears does not modify her women's activist position in any case. 

Others contended the shoot was basically the same as the Sun's Page 3 which promptly externalized ladies and this was the same, which must've been unbalanced for the on-screen character… 

Emma in any case, stays determined her boobs and her choice to posture topless have nothing to do with any of her feelings and political perspectives as a lady and women's activist. 

As we're well into 2017 now, doubtlessly she can wear whatever the hellfire she enjoys and think whatever she needs? 

Frenzy… Good on her for standing up however. 

Despite the fact that I believe most would agree there are more problems that need to be addressed than the condition of Emma Watson's bosoms…

Emma Watson Responds To Critics Of Her Braless Feminism Photoshoot

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