Courtney Stodden Believes That She Too is a Feminist

Courtney Stodden talks about life after divorce on 'Bethenny'

Today, Courtney Stodden flew to New York to tape an appearance on Bethenny, set to air tomorrow.

There, in Bethenny Frankel's No Judgement Zone, Stodden talked about her recent separation from Doug Hutchison and what the future holds for a 19-year-old with brand new boobs.

"I've learned that right now a career is great, it's cool whatever but right now I'm not putting it aside, I don't want to say that but right now I'm really wanting to focus on me and that's why I came on this show to kind of clear the air a little bit and put it out there that I've learned I need to be 19, I need to do what regular girls do."

And what about a career in adult entertainment?  Those heels aren't going to buy themselves.

"Trust me, the second I turned 18 the entire porn industry turned upside down, Vivid, all of them, I turned down a $5 million porn offer about three months ago."

Also, Stodden subscribes to the old adage, "Free To Be You And Me."

"I think that women or anybody quite frankly that wants to wear combat boots or eight inch heels, I think that's their prerogative. I think if somebody feels comfortable a certain way with their life choices, how they look, regardless of what it is, if they are not hurting themselves or other people I think it's fine, it's fair game. Have at it, enjoy your life, look the way you want to look. I happen to feel comfortable like this, I like the way I look, I love the way I look. I think that's all that matters. I think that can empower other people too from hearing that. I know people might think this is funny but I actually feel that I am a true feminist because I believe in women looking the way they want to look, I think real women support women."

Right.  See below for more from Stodden's interview.

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