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    A WOMAN who admits she was once a ‘raging feminist’ has revealed how she gave up her beliefs to become a stay-at-home wife. Rebecca Barrett, once worked as a high-flying engineer in New York but now she loves nothing more than getting her husband’s dinner ready as she revealed in a recent YouTube video. 3Rebecca Barrett gave up her feminist beliefs when she married her husbandCredit: Instagram/@iamrebeccabarrett/ 3She is now a submissive stay-at-home wife to husband JamesCredit: Instagram/@iamrebeccabarrett/ The mum-to-be revealed that while she grew up in a traditional household she quickly subscribed to feminist beliefs after being ‘exposed to infidelity.’ Speaking in the video, she explained: “I learned very young about infidelity and that’s what shaped me into becoming more of a femininist. “When I went to high school and going to college I wanted to be an independent woman I didn’t want to rely on a man’s income I wanted to have my own income so I decided to go down an engineering route.” She worked as an oil and gas engineer before moving to New York to...
    The Eagles of Club América decided to give the Ecuadorian winger a second chance Renato Ibarra for this one Opening 2021 of Liga MX, after the extra-court problems she had with her partner Lucely Chalá, when she tried to physically attack her when she was pregnant, a situation that has generated a lot of outrage in the fans, the media and even in feminist associations that protect women. In this sense, Perla Acosta, director of the association Más Sueños AC, in an interview for the newspaper AS México, criticized the return of Renato Ibarra to Club América, since soccer should be a driver to change society in a positive way , and not a contradictory one, as the Coapa group did. Read also: Liga MX vs MLS All Stars: Lineups of the All Star Game 2021 “Would the team (America) consider hiring him (Renato Ibarra), if the crime had been drug trafficking, armed robbery, or any other?” He asked during the talk. “Mexico is one of the most dangerous places to be a woman, with 22...
    Singer, songwriter, actress and author Joy Villa proclaimed to Newsmax TV on Friday that she is pro woman in contrast to feminist, saying liberal or leftist ideology is not monolithic among women. The 34-year-old outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump, who first gained fame in 2017 for wearing a star-spangled blue gown emblazoned with Trump’s signature Make America Great Again slogan to the Grammy Awards, said she has endured death threats, rape threats and racial slurs for her political beliefs. In my new book, ‘Kickass Conservative,’ I talk about … why feminism has failed us, she said on Spicer & Co. And what I say is I am pro woman. I don’t use the term feminist anymore. We can still be pro woman. And what’s happening in society failing women right now is a clear example, the way to combat that is to tell girls you can be pro life, you can be pro gun, pro Trump, and you can be powerful. It doesn’t depend on the color of your skin, or where you grew up, said Villa, whose father...
    Yet another devastating news of 2020 comes as Helen Reddy, the Australian singer renowned for singing the feminist anthem “I Am Woman” passed away aged 78. Reddy died on Tuesday, September 29 in Los Angeles as confirmed by her family in a statement on Facebook. The statement read, ” “She was a wonderful Mother, Grandmother and a truly formidable woman. Our hearts are broken. But we take comfort in the knowledge that her voice will live on forever.” The news of Reddy’s passing has come as shock to her fans and friends from Hollywood. Abhilash, Noted Lyricist and Writer Dies Of Cancer. The Australian-born singer had an illustrious career and apart from singing the famous track “I am Woman”, she was also known for hits such as “Ain’t No Way To Treat a Lady,” “Delta Dawn,” “Angie Baby” among others. Reddy had also won the best female vocal pop performance Grammy Award for “I Am Woman” in 1973 and while she may have left for heavenly abode, her voice and musical legacy will live on forever. Tributes poured in...
    Helen Reddy has died. The 1970s music pioneer best known for the feminist anthem “I Am Woman” died at age 78 in Los Angeles, Variety reported. In a statement, Reddy’s children, Traci and Jordan, said she was a wonderful mother, grandmother, and a “truly formidable woman.” “Our hearts are broken. But we take comfort in the knowledge that her voice will live on forever,” the family said. Reddy’s ex-husband and manager, Jeff Wald, said his former wife of 18 years had been under the “excellent care” of the Motion & Television Home before her death. The singer’s death comes less than three weeks just a few weeks after the release of a biopic about her life titled I Am Woman. Reddy Was Known For Her Music And Acting Career   John Minihan / Getty Images In the 1970s, Reddy recorded several chart-topping hits, including the No. 1 single “I Am Woman,” in 1972. Throughout the ’70s, the Australian-born singer was a Top 40 radio staple with subsequent hits “Delta Dawn,” “Angie Baby,” “Ain’t No Way to Treat a Lady,”...
    Australian singer Helen Reddy has died at the age of 78. Reddy, best known for her empowering anthem I Am Woman, died in Los Angeles on Tuesday afternoon, five years after she was diagnosed with dementia. The Melbourne-born songstress and trailblazing feminist - whose life was recently crafted into a biopic named after her most famous song - was also known for her hits Delta Dawn and Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady.  The loss of an icon: Australian singer and trailblazing feminist icon Helen Reddy (pictured in January 2019) died in Los Angeles on Tuesday after battling dementia for years. She was 78 Reddy's two children, Traci Donat and Jordan Sommers, announced their mother's death on Facebook. They wrote in a joint statement: 'It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved mother, Helen Reddy, on the afternoon of September 29, 2020, in Los Angeles. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The compelling real-life story behind I Am Woman singer and... EXCLUSIVE: Tilda Cobham-Hervey says she 'definitely'... 'Stick...
    Helen Reddy, the feminist icon behind the hit anthem “I Am Woman,” passed away Tuesday at the age of 78, her family announced. “It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved mother, Helen Reddy,” the singer’s children, Traci Donat and Jordan Sommers, said in a statement. “She was a wonderful mother, grandmother and a truly formidable woman. Our hearts are broken. But we take comfort in the knowledge that her voice will live on forever.” Reddy died Tuesday afternoon in Los Angeles, her family confirmed to USA Today. She had been dealing with “some health and memory issues” and living in an assisted care facility before her death, her daughter told the paper. The Australian singer enjoyed several hits but the release of “I Am Woman” in 1972 catapulted her to stardom. The song earned her a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and led her to become the first singer from the country to top the US charts. Reddy famously punctuated her acceptance speech for the award by praising God “because She...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Helen Reddy, who shot to stardom in the 1970s with her rousing feminist anthem “I Am Woman” and recorded a string of other hits, has died. She was 78. Reddy’s children Traci and Jordan announced that the actor-singer died Tuesday in Los Angeles. “She was a wonderful Mother, Grandmother and a truly formidable woman,” they said in a statement. “Our hearts are broken. But we take comfort in the knowledge that her voice will live on forever.” Reddy’s 1971 version of “I Don’t Know How to Love Him” from the musical “Jesus Christ Superstar” launched a decade-long string of Top 40 hits, three of which reached No. 1. The Australian-born singer enjoyed a prolific career, appearing in “Airport 1975” as a singing nun and scoring several hits, including “Ain’t No Way To Treat a Lady,” “Delta Dawn,” “Angie Baby” and “You and Me Against the World.” In 1973 she won the best female vocal pop performance Grammy Award for “I Am Woman,” quickly thanking her then-husband and others in her acceptance speech. “I only have 10...
    Presidential debate 2020 memes: Worse than a Real Housewives reunion Fantasy Baseball Podcast: The biggest questions heading into 2021 Helen Reddy, singer behind feminist anthem I Am Woman, dies at 78 Helen Reddy, the 1970s pop star and cultural icon behind the hit song "I Am Woman," has died at 78. © Provided by Entertainment Weekly Tony Russell/Redferns Reddy died Tuesday afternoon at her home in Los Angeles. Her children, Traci Donat and Jordan Summers, confirmed the news on Reddy's official Facebook page, writing, ″It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved mother, Helen Reddy, on the afternoon of September 29th 2020 in Los Angeles. She was a wonderful Mother, Grandmother and a truly formidable woman. Our hearts are broken. But we take comfort in the knowledge that her voice will live on forever.″ © Tony Russell/Redferns Helen Reddy, a major pop star of the 1970s and the singer behind the women's movement anthem 'I Am Woman,' has died at 78. Australian-born Reddy was regarded as a queen of 1970s pop, reigning as the...
    LOS ANGELES -- Australian singer Helen Reddy, best known for the feminist anthem "I Am Woman," has died at age 78 in Los Angeles.During a career that spanned nearly four decades, Reddy released 18 studio albums, with eight hits landing at No. 1 on Billboard's adult contemporary chart. She also acted in films and musicals and made multiple television appearances. She announced her retirement in 2002, but subsequently made a few comeback concert appearances.Reddy was most closely associated with "I Am Woman" on her debut album in 1971. The song with its reference to "Hear me roar" celebrated female empowerment and made her an icon of the feminist movement.Reddy died just weeks after the release of a film about her life titled "I Am Woman."RELATED: 'I Am Woman' looks at the life of singer Helen ReddyEMBED More News Videos The new movie 'I Am Woman' gives us a good look into Helen Reddy's life, and how her a signature song made a huge impact on the women's movement. DEVELOPING: This story will be updated.
    Tilda Cobham-Hervey admits she really didn’t know a lot about singer Helen Reddy when the script for the biopic “I Am Woman” reached her several years ago. “At the time, I knew the song ‘I Am Woman’ and I knew Helen Reddy’s name, but I’m very ashamed that I didn’t know a lot more about her,” she says. “And it has been one of my greatest joys to learn about her life. “She’s a truly extraordinary woman, and it deeply changed me now that I’ve gone through this incredible process of just learning about all the amazing work that she did, and all of the other songs that were massive hits as well.” And there were plenty of huge hits for Reddy, who during her peak in the ’70s nabbed three No. 1 singles with “I Am Woman,” “Delta Dawn,” and “Angie Baby,” as well as a trio that cracked the Top 10 in “Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress),” “You and Me Against the World,” and “Ain’t No Way to Treat a Lady.” The movie, which like both Reddy...
    Dolly Parton has championed the idea of women empowering other women long before the term “feminism” became a buzzword, but as Parton's fans know, she's been hesitant to call herself one. In an interview with “Time 100 Talks: Finding Hope” -- for the magazine’s special series -- the “9 to 5” songstress explained her position, noting that it's “kind of a tricky question" when asked by TIME Editor-in-Chief Edward Felsenthal what her stance was. "I suppose I am a feminist if I believe that women should be able to do anything they want to," Parton said. "And when I say a feminist, I just mean I don’t have to, for myself, get out and carry signs ... I just really feel I can live my femininity and actually show that you can be a woman and you can still do whatever you want to do." DOLLY PARTON REVEALS HER CONNECTION TO REESE WITHERSPOON DOLLY PARTON SAYS SHE WANTS TO BE ON PLAYBOY COVER AGAIN FOR 75TH BIRTHDAY: ‘IT WOULD BE SUCH A HOOT' The nine-time Grammy winner said she understands that she has a fan...
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