At age 58, even a pop music legend like Madonna may feel oppressed by prevailing sexism and by those who reproach her for the youth of her lovers.
“I’ve felt overwhelmed,” admits the “Material Girl” to Harper’s Bazaar magazine.
“It’s largely due to the fact that I’m a woman, but also because I refuse to lead a conventional life. I have created an unconventional family, “says the singer, who adds:” I’ve had lovers who were three decades younger than me. That bothers people. I have the feeling that everything I do makes people uncomfortable. “
Madonna set the pace of the 1980 s with “Like a Virgin” which was sentimentally linked to men under the age of thirty and she has not hidden it. Among them was the Ivorian model Aboubakar Soumahoro, the French dancer Brahim Zaibat and the Dutch Timor Steffens.
Madonna and Picasso
Madonna – who has four children and was married twice – claims she is a victim of sexism because she is asked to stop working at here age.
“Has anyone told Picasso, ‘well, you’re eighty, and you’ve painted too many paintings?'” says Madonna.
The singer who last year toured the world to promote “Rebel Heart,” her latest album, will again be in front of the cameras to make the film “Loved”, whose script she wrote herself based on the novel by Andrew Sean Greer, “The Impossible Lives of Greta Wells.”
— Madonna (@Madonna) January 11, 2017