Most people are eager to try out the last thing they read in the Cosmo magazine.
Tell us a fun fact about yourself that has nothing to do with cancer: When I was a kid I wanted to be a paleontologist.(Beyoncé recently told that though the word “can be extreme…I guess I am a modern-day feminist.I believe in equality.”) Some of the equivocation is no doubt caused by Beyoncé’s slick, pop-princess brand.For instance, Anne Helen Petersen, writer for the blog Celebrity Gossip, Academic Style (and contributor), says, “What bothers me—what causes such profound ambivalence—is the way in which [Beyoncé has] been held up as an exemplar of female power and, by extension, become a de facto feminist icon…. The writer also accuses Beyoncé of performing for the male gaze and admits, in comments to the post, to feeling “grossed out” by the “Mrs. And Petersen is surely not alone in her displeasure.Turns out, booty shaking and stamping your husband’s last name on a product of your own creativity makes a lot of folks question your feminist values.