"Recently I've switched it up and just tried to show people a whole different bunch of sides to me. I would be lying if I said I don't like to look sexy. But then there are some days when I don't want to look or feel sexy. So it just plays into how women are so multifaceted. Men don't understand that because they wake up and they're the same person unless you're a KenBarb and you can understand the girls. All the leading women in pop and R&B are usually beautiful women wearing tiny outfits so if someone says, 'I don't feel the pressure,' it's probably not true. But it's weird because I feel most comfortable when I'm covered up. I think that's the biggest misconception - that in order for me to be sexy I have to make sure my boobs are out. I'm not superhuman. I go through what the girls go through; I cry and I scream and I huff and I puff and I blow the house down but eventually, it's just like a voice inside of me says, 'Bitch! You ain't done yet!' You know?"
Hmm…we're not sure if we agree with her thoughts on gay men, but we do think that she brings up some interesting points regarding the pressure women face in the industry!
But we think it's a little bit of a generalization to say that men don't go through the same kind of insecurity issues that women do - maybe not to the same extent, but it's still present!
What do U think?? Do U think only gay men can understand women??
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