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Sexy Celebrity Mom: Madonna

It’s been awhile since I posted a celebrity mom on the blog, and rather than turning to the pages of People magazine to see which Hollywood youngster is giving birth, let’s pay a little tribute to an older mom who’s always been known for her provocative contribution to pop culture: Madonna.

What a powerful female icon she is, and in recent interviews about directing W.E. (a biopic of Wallis Simpson) we’re reminded of just how many glass ceilings she broke through in the entertainment industry, all with her signature blend of sex and strength. Madonna’s moment of sexy mom-ness came for me when she had her first child (at the same time as I had my first daughter), and dedicated the song Ray of Light to daughter Lourdes. While other moms were playing Raffi for their kids, I cranked up Ray of Light, because the lyric “And I feel like I just got home” perfectly described that deeply intimate love I felt about my new daughter.  To this day when that song come on, my girls and dance  to it with joy and abandon!

She’s a powerful role model for girls who want to be strong, brave, and true to themselves, despite societal pressure to be otherwise, which was so poignantly rendered in this song “What if Feels Like for a Girl:”

Strong inside but you don’t know it
Good little girls they never show it
When you open up your mouth to speak
Could you be a little weak

Want to see who else is on the celebrity moms list? My sexy celebrity moms offer something for all of us. Even it was just for a moment, each one of these ladies put a real face on motherhood, and gave us a glimpse of her sexy mom-ness in all its sensual glory. These moms are sexy to me because they are galvanized by their mom power, radiating strength, intelligence, beauty, and brazenness. Stay tuned for more!

Related posts:

  1. Sexy Celebrity Mom: Tina Fey
  2. Sexy Celebrity Mom: Brooke Shields
  3. Sexy Celebrity Mom: Maggie Gyllenhaal
  4. Glee’s Madonna Tribute: My Sex Ed TV Moment
  5. Sexy Celebrity Mom: Mary Louise Parker

topics: Pop Culture

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