Pink Explains Why She's Raising Daughter Willow as Gender Neutral

Pink Explains Why She's Raising Daughter Willow as Gender Neutral

Pink Explains Why She's Raising Daughter Willow as Gender Neutral

Pink recently opened up about raising her kids in a gender-neutral home.

The 38-year-old singer, known for challenging stereotypes, says she wants her children - six-year-old daughter Willow and 11-month-old son Jameson - to grow up sans gender-imposed limitations.

"We are a very label-less household".

"Last week, Willow told me she is going to marry an African woman", Pink explains.

"I was like, 'What the f**k, who are you?'" she adds.

She also said that more than any gender, she feels like a mother.

"I took a picture of it and I wrote: 'Progress.' I thought that was awesome", she recalled.

In her latest video, for the single "Beautiful Trauma", Pink addresses traditional gender roles by appearing as stereotypical 50s style housewife with her husband, played by Channing Tatum. "No mama." Do you see me selling out arenas all over the world? I'm hoping somebody else makes a speech and teaches me before that day comes.

In addition, Pink gave, even more, insight into her parenting technique at the MTV VMAs when she gave a touching tribute to her daughter.

Meanwhile, Pink previously confessed she is anxious about her children's future and admits it will "break her heart" when her eldest child finds out the "kind of world she lives in".

The term describes words and behaviours that aren't necessarily applicable to one specific gender and those who are gender neutral might refrain from using pronouns such as she or he and instead opt for they. We take the gravel and the shell and we make a pearl.

"'Baby girl, we don't change".

The star also revealed that her daughter had come up with a hilarious nickname for President Donald Trump. "There's zero there. I just want this part over so we can get to the clean-up operation".

"I throw my hands up in the air every day", the singer, whose album Beautiful Trauma has gone to number one in the United Kingdom and around the world.

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