Since the release of ‘Stripped’, Christina Aguilera tells The Glasgow Daily Record she feels sexually comfortable and unafraid of standing up to sexism. “It’s been taught to us from the beginning of time with men trying to gain power by suppressing the woman and making her feel wrong about her sexuality,” Aguilera argues. “And making up words that label women for being expressive of their sexuality. I’m up against older men, 20 years my senior. You either take that and learn to live under that thumb, or you take that and learn to be on the same page as them and you learn to change the game. One day I will do that – but this is the beginning.”
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