Gossiponthis is reporting that Christina Aguilera might be happily married with a child, but that doesnâ€™t mean she canâ€™t like both men AND women! Or at least she seems to think soâ€¦
In her cover feature for the latest issue of Company Magazine, the â€œBionicâ€ singer says she feels sexuality to be very empowering and that â€œmen donâ€™t have the right to ownâ€ it, which led her to speak about her own sexuality.
Continue reading to see what Christina Aguilera says about being bisexual below:
â€œI feel sexuality to be very empowering,â€ the singer, 29, tells U.K. magazine Company in its July issue. â€œI think men love to believe that they own our sexuality, so if a woman represents herself in a sexual way, people think, â€˜Oh it must be for a man.â€™ But men donâ€™t have the right to own our sexuality,â€ she says. â€œIf I want to be sexual, itâ€™s for my own appreciation and enjoyment! Thatâ€™s why I like to talk about the fact that sometimes I am attracted to women. I appreciate their femininity and beauty.â€
Before calling her a feminist, be warned, Aguilera says she doesnâ€™t like to get into labels. Instead, sheâ€™s simply fighting â€œfor womenâ€™s rights in the sense that we shouldnâ€™t be ashamed of ourselves or our bodies.â€
But husband Jordan Bratman has nothing to worry about. His wife of almost five years knew he was The One, because when they met, â€œEverything was a little blurry and he was the one concrete person that I could trust,â€ she tells the magazine. â€œHe was centered, grounded and always helped me see the positive in the negative. He would lift me out of my black hole of sometimes feeling sucked in by the negativity of people around me. My husband is the calm in the storm.â€
Though she acknowledges â€œyou have to work at all relationships,â€ she says she couldnâ€™t have found a better partner than Bratman. â€œHeâ€™s my team mate in everything we do,â€ she says. â€œHe definitely makes life easier.â€