In a recent interview, P!nk opened up about how she doesn't want her children limited by typical gender roles and attitudes. Considering the "Beautiful Trauma" singer's own gender-fluid style, unabashed badassery, and unapologetic individuality, it's hard to imagine her kids feeling limited at all.
It's this type of intentional parenting that will shape the next generation's attitudes about sexuality and gender identity.
The multi-Grammy-Award-winning artist has never fit the mold of a typical American pop star.
via: GettyP!nk's style ranges from rocker chic, to ultra-feminine, to androgynous. Her highly cultivated looks are part of the package, like most other performers, but not in the typical way. She's not trying to be a pretty girl.
While she does sometimes go for feminine frocks, her image has never been about that.
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P!nk is in the news again, and it's not because of a new album or her sometimes death-defying, athletic onstage antics.
via: GettyQuestions about her sexuality have followed her since her teenage years. She's always refused to answer in any definitive way. She dislikes labels, and although she's now married with children she describes herself as a "mixed bag" in terms of sexuality. She'd like the subject to be dropped.
Androgyny and gender fluidity have long been part of P!nk's persona, and her latest video celebrates that.
.@Pink just released her official video for #BeautifulTrauma featuring @channingtatum! Watch it now on @Vevo! 😍😍😍 https://t.co/PywHJd8za0— rcarecords (@rcarecords)1511282072.0