Christina Aguilera Thinks Women Can ‘Have it All’

Christina Aguilera, who has recently filed for divorce from her husband Jordan Bratman, says women are more powerful than they believe.


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Aguilera, 29, is featured on the cover of Redbook’s December issue. Even after a failed marriage, Aguilera insists, “Every woman has the ability or the drive to do it all and have it all.”

“Men aren’t as strong and capable as we are. We’re machines,” Aguilera adds.

While balancing motherhood and her career, ‘supergirl’ Aguilera says her son Max, 2, is always her priority.

Aguilera admits that she prefers spontaneity in her life, rather than a structured schedule, “My life is cyclical. First it’s album time, then it’s touring time. I’m not a 9-to-5 woman who has the same kind of lifestyle for years on end. I couldn’t do it. I need the spontaneity, that thrill of change.”

“This is what the cards have in store for Max. We put it into his brain early on that he’s a traveling guy. He adapts well when we go from hotel to hotel,” Aguilera adds.

Her friend Nicole Richie thinks Aguilera is a very powerful woman and a great mother.

“It’s very clear through Christina’s music what a strong woman she is, but to watch her as a mother only sky-rockets the respect I have for her … Her dedication to Max is incredible,” Richie says.

I agree with Aguilera…we are the better sex. You go girls!

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