Shakira says she and her sons found ‘Barbie’ ’emasculated’

While many celebrities have expressed their love for Greta Gerwig’s hit single barbieShakira shares her criticism.

In a Seduce profile and cover, the Colombian pop star, whose new album Women don’t cry anymore (Women don’t cry anymore) addresses the search for empowerment after being brought down by heartbreak, she was asked what she thought of the Oscar-winning film.

Shakira responded bluntly, saying, “My sons absolutely hated it. They felt like it was emasculating. And I agree, to a certain extent.

“I am raising two boys. I want them to feel powerful too [while] respect women. I love pop culture when it tries to empower women without taking away the opportunity for men to be men, but also to protect them and provide for them,” she explained.

Shakira clarified her comment, adding: “I believe in giving women all the tools and the confidence that we can do anything without losing our essence, without losing our femininity. I think men have one purpose in society and women have another purpose as well. We complement each other and this complement must not be lost.

Interviewer Patricia Alfonso Tortolani, who seemed taken aback by the artist’s thoughts, asked, “Just because a woman can do anything doesn’t mean she should?”

The singer responded: “Why not share the load with people who deserve to carry it, who also have a duty to carry it? »

Alfonso Tortolani noted that the superstar’s opinion on barbie is “part of the Shakira paradox. Women deserve all the power, all the action, and all the sensuality they want to embody or express. And yet, it doesn’t betray her feminism to expect men to be men. »

While Shakira was one of those who didn’t like barbiethe film found a lot of…

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