The Harry Potter star confessed in a recent interview, "As I was watching [Beyoncé's visual album] I felt very conflicted, I felt her message felt very conflicted in the sense that on the one hand she is putting herself in a category of a feminist, but then the camera, it felt very male, such a male voyeuristic experience of her."
Watson is not the first woman to feel this way.
Many have objected to the downright sexy nature of Bey's videos and current tour, while the lyrics for hits such as Drunk in Love have caused equal outcry.
Beyoncé herself is in no doubt over her views on feminism, releasing this video to celebrate International Women's Day:
Are you conflicted over Beyoncé?
Beyoncé's music videos and lyrics contradict her message of feminism Love the music, but yes, I do see where Watson is coming fromWhy does sexuality and feminism have to be mutually exclusive? Beyoncé is only doing good.
Beyoncé's music videos and lyrics contradict her message of feminism 26.05%
Love the music, but yes, I do see where Watson is coming from20.53%
Why does sexuality and feminism have to be mutually exclusive? Beyoncé is only doing good. 53.42%
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