Kylie Jenner's Take On Motherhood And Sexuality
In an interview for Playboy, with her partner, Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner, the American media personality said, “Motherhood and sexuality can coexist.”
There is no group of people who are more policed by society like women. Every facet of their lives. And when it comes to motherhood, the story is the same. Because you have brought a little you into the world you're expected to be a certain way. You are expected to forgo your dreams your personality to fit into society's definition of a mum. But who says you cannot be a great mum to your child and be yourself at the same time? That is exactly what Kylie Jenner is asking.
It was made official on 10 September that 22-year-old Kylie Jenner is the youngest self-made billionaire in America. She displaced Zuckerberg from that spot earlier this year. Then in July to a position on Forbes behind Taylor Swift as their 100 highest-paid celebrities.
In an interview for Playboy, with her partner, Travis Scott as the interviewer, Kylie Jenner, the American media personality and model said, “Motherhood and sexuality can coexist.”
The couple went from topic to topic including their daughter Stormi Webster, their relationship together, childbirth and how Kylie Jenner reconnected with her sexuality again.
Travis Scott asked if she feels like he empowers her to own her identity and sexuality as a mum. Jenner replied, “You remind me that motherhood and sexuality can coexist and just because you embrace your sexuality doesn't mean you have loose morals or you're not a good mother. You can be sexy and still be a badass mum.”
“After my baby, she continued, “I dealt with all the internal ups and downs," she wrote: “I felt like I had to find myself completely again.”
She once drew the displeasure of fans on Instagram earlier this year when she launched products that revolved around “Money”, some of them had names such as “Money ain't everything” and Work for it”.
In a response on her Instagram page, she clarified that she wanted to give back with the money-themed collection. “It is much bigger than what it seems,” she said. “You guys are going to help me give back in a huge, huge way.”
For African parents reading this, it is tough for your girls out there . So you owe them every ounce of your support. They can be whatever they want to be despite the odds, even a “Kylie Jenner”.