Pink’s Daughter Is Gonna Marry An African With No Labels

i’m confused with this.
i’ll admit it in the highest of keys.
sidebar: i’m getting into pink’s new album now.
pink is part of the “gender neutral/living and loving” households now.
her daughter,
wants to marry an african vixen.
her daughter is also 6.
this is what the “daily mail” has to say…

Pink is raising her children to be gender-neutral, she has now revealed.

The singer, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, said she did not want her daughter Willow, six, and 11-month-old son Jameson to be defined by traditional gender roles as they live in a ‘label-less household’.

The 38-year-old also revealed that Willow had told her she wants to marry an African woman when she grows up, while hilariously explaining that the tot informed her she plans to stay with her parents when she meets her ‘wife’.

‘We are a very label-less household,’ the star , who is married to motorcycle racer Carey Hart, 42, told The People. ‘Last week Willow told me she is going to marry an African woman. I was like: “Great, can you teach me how to make African food?”

‘And she’s like: “Sure mama, and we are going to live with you while our house is getting ready.”‘

“wife” is a label tho…
so is “african”

when i was young,
i told my mother i wanted to be an “oceanographer”.
i was obsessed with fish.
she said “okay!”.
a few years later,
i told my father i wanted to be a “fireman”.
i was obsessed with the red suits in the cartoons.
he also said “okay!”.
i’m now a blogger who highlights as a administrative assistant.
i’m fonting that to font this…


why do i find parents only saying they want to do this?
enforcing these “we don’t do labels” onto their offspring?
especially ones whose minds and interests are still developing?
i say support the choices,
but don’t force the decisions.
what is liked at 5 could change at 15.
at the end of the day,
it all still seems like another label anyway.

lowkey: i can’t wait til the

“i’m not 50 years old anymore; address me as a 15 year old”

…start coming out.

article cc: the daily mail

7 thoughts on “Pink’s Daughter Is Gonna Marry An African With No Labels

  1. I think gender less households are (in terms of gender roles) are very healthy. I think let kids explore different things. If a boy wants to play with dolls then why not. If a girl wants to climb trees let her. Its so archiac when I here parents say boys don’t do this or that. Whats good for the goose is good for the gander. I know I wouldn’t be so emotional ly damage d if my parents didn’t try to put me into a hyper maculine box I didn’t fit in.

  2. I often wonder about things like this. You don’t want to be under any lables but you give yourself a label. I have a friend that doesn’t like lables and I always ask him, when you go shopping do you prefer to buy food based on sight or something that looks similar with an accurate description and price tag? He says the two are different things.

    Just like a cake, a human is a generic lable.

    We have chocolate cake, cookie cake, pound cake, velvet cake etc. (I’m hungry ATM and using food as an example, stop judging me 😂).

    Humans come in all shapes, sizes, colors and conditions. From black and brown, to straight and gay, level-headed and crazy, Christian and non-denominational, passive and animalistic.

    I think labels are fine in moderation and it’s positive. Maybe, I want to know who I’m dealing with and what they like..or maybe I want to learn about a specific culture history or whatever etc.Labling to me isn’t bad then. I think we use lables all the time and it’s a part of our society. Lables to me should be about structure and order.

    I think lables are only bad when you use them in a derogatory way and just flat out generalize…such as All BLACKS love chicken, ALL White people smell like wet dogs or are racist, All females are complicated, feminine men are weak or something like that . This when it becomes that stereotypical type of labling that is negative.

    “For the Lord sees not as man sees: man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart.”

    Some folks might not like lables because they want to live free with consequences.

  3. I agree with your thoughts. It is kinda funny how people will label themselves as ‘undefined’, but fail to realize that’s a label as well. I think labels are important and useful, but they don’t all have to be so rigged, or strictly defined. I feel like the balance is everyone seeing and understanding that we’re all made up of different labels, which all fall under the definition of being humans. No one is a greater human being because of the labels they do, or don’t define themselves with.

    I found the comment that her daughter made about specifically marrying an African woman kind of odd. Kind of Rachel Dolezal odd lol. Maybe P!nk can teach her daughter(I know she’s only 6) in the future that she shouldn’t just date someone solely base off of their racial or ethnic background/culture. I feel like recently white people are a bit overly pandering, and almost try to overcompensate for the fuck shit that white people have put us through. Just treat us equally and keep it moving.

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