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Christina Aguilera Wants Her Daughter to Not 'Grow Up Feeling Any Shame or Stigma and Feel Comfortable as a Woman'

Feb. 22 2024, Published 7:05 a.m. ET

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Christina Aguilera isn't afraid to talk about her sexuality — and she wants her daughter, Summer Rain, 9, to feel good about herself as she grows up.

“[Women] go through a lot with their sexuality," she told ADWEEK. "We’re shamed, we’re labeled, we’re scrutinized. It’s time for all that to end. That’s the future of this brand; it’s about opening doors for new conversations, [encouraging women] to take better care and have awareness for their bodies and themselves."

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The singer wants her daughter to feel 'comfortable as a woman.'

“I want [my daughter] to grow up not feeling any shame or stigma and feel comfortable as a woman,” Aguilera added. "I want my son to understand and appreciate women’s struggles and what they go through, and to feel part of the conversation as well."

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The blonde beauty has two kids.

The singer, 43, can help change the conversation with her sexual wellness brand Playground.

"This has been a very comfortable and natural space for me to enter because [sexuality] has been such a big part of my life, my world, my music," she explained of the venture.

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The performer now has a wellness brand called Playground.

"I’ve experienced firsthand the double standards [put on women]; and I’ve been shamed for being open, for expressing myself sexually and trying to own my body, and for trying to empower other women. People are afraid of that," the "Genie in a Bottle" songstress added.

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Christina Aguilera wanted to create a 'safe space' for women.

According to the blonde beauty, who is the brand's co-founder and chief brand advisor, she wanted to create a "safe space" for women, as some of the products on the market were "made and packaged towards men, or for men and 'their women.'"

"At this point in my life also as a mother, it's really important for me that I open up this conversation to my daughter and make sure that she feels empowered early on in her life to feel good about asking me any questions," she said last year during an interview with People. "Simplifying the information and just making it very matter of fact. This is not something that we should be scared or ashamed of."

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