LONDON – After being questioned on the legitimacy of her feminist politics in relation to a revealing photo-shoot, British actor Emma Watson has put her fist through a layer of drywall in a local basement.
Watson—whose Vanity Fair cover featuring partially exposed adult human woman breasts sparked controversy over the weekend—served a solid right hook to the basement plasterboard after having to once again list the most basic principles of feminism to the media.
The UN Women Goodwill Ambassador managed to dispel the common misconception that only women in full-coverage wool cardigans are legitimate feminists, before sneaking down to the basement for a secret infuriated wall punch.
“These kinds of drywall punches are a common phenomenon in our current political climate” explains psychologist Sheila Gonzalez. “For every repeated explanation of easy-to-understand, fundamental women’s rights, you will find at least one hole in the drywall of any given basement.”
At press time, everyone had forgotten that stuff Emma Watson said about freedom, liberation and equality and required another explanation.