Beyonce opens up on feminism, fame and marriage碧昂絲在女權主義,名利和婚姻開闢了

By Breeanna Hare, CNN
December 12, 2014 -- Updated 1921 GMT (0321 HKT)
Queen Bey still reigns. Forbes named Beyonce the top-earning woman in music for 2014, thanks to the release of a chart-topping secret album and a highly successful joint tour with husband Jay Z. She made $115 million.Queen Bey still reigns. Forbes named Beyonce the top-earning woman in music for 2014, thanks to the release of a chart-topping secret album and a highly successful joint tour with husband Jay Z. She made $115 million.
Beyonce ($115 million)
  • Beyonce released a short film Friday
  • She reflected on a number of topics, from feminism to fame
  • She also talked about marriage

(CNN) -- In honor of the one-year anniversary of her groundbreaking self-titled work, Beyonce has taken us by surprise yet again.

The superstar singer gets personal in a nearly 12-minute short film titled "Yours and Mine," which was released Friday without warning, much in the same way she unleashed her album "Beyonce" in December 2013.

The result is a visually arresting piece that also includes nuggets of insight from Bey, who speaks on a range of topics from feminism to fame to marriage.

Here's what we learned:

'Humanist' rather than 'feminist'

One of the biggest hits from "Beyonce" is the track "***Flawless," which uses a snippet from a 2013 TEDx talk given by writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie called "We Should All Be Feminists."

Though Beyonce's always been a proponent of female empowerment, even going back to her Destiny's Child days, she admits in her short film that she was initially skittish around the word "feminist."

"I've always considered myself a feminist, although I was always afraid of that word because people put so much on it," Beyonce says. "When honestly, it's very simple. It's just a person that believes in equality for men and women. Men and women balance each other out, and we have to get to a point where we are comfortable with appreciating each other."

When it comes to men and the cultural pressures they face, "I have a lot of empathy," Beyonce continues. "I have the same empathy for women and the pressures we go through. ... I consider myself a humanist."

'The property of the public'

No one is immune to the price of fame, and that includes Beyonce. With global stardom, "you become the property of the public," she laments. "There's nothing real about it."

To be honest, "I sometimes wish that I could just be anonymous and walk down a street like everyone else," she adds. "Before I was famous, I was the girl on the hill with the guitar. I was the girl that just wanted a beautiful view of the beach. And now that I'm famous, it's really, really difficult to do very simple things. I think it's the hardest thing to give up."

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'Never make excuses'

That said, Beyonce is never one to play the victim.

"My mother always taught me to be strong," she says. "Never make excuses; never expect anyone else to provide for me things that I know I can provide for myself. I have dreams, and I feel like I have a power to actually make those dreams become a reality."

'We're supposed to depend on each other'

There are those who think they'll "lose something when they get married, but it doesn't have to be that way," Beyonce, who's been married to Jay Z for six years, reflects. "There's nothing more exciting about having a witness to your life."

And beyond that, she sees something powerful in partnership.

"You know, everybody's not good at everything. It's OK to depend on someone; it's actually what we're supposed to do," she says. "We're supposed to depend on each other, and when you find the person that you trust and you love and that you feel that is going to respect you and take all of the s*** that you have and turn it around and bring out the best in you, it feeds you. It is the most powerful thing you can ever feel in your life. ... One thing that's for sure: The love that I have for music, for my husband, for my child, is something th

2014年12月12日 - 更新1921 GMT(0321 HKT)
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(CNN) -在紀念一週年了突破性的首張同名作品的,碧昂斯已經把我們措手不及又一次。
一個從“碧昂絲”最大的命中是它使用由作家Chimamanda恩戈齊Adichie給予稱為2013 TEDx的談話片段軌道“***無瑕”, “ 我們應該都是女權主義者。”

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“你知道,大家是不擅長的一切很OK依賴別人;它實際上是我們應該做的,”她說。“我們應該互相依賴,當你發現你信任的人,你的愛和一個你認為是要尊重你,並採取所有的S ***,你必須將其翻過來,並帶出最好的你,就餵你這是最強大的東西,你可以永遠覺得在你的生活......有一件事是肯定的:。愛,我有音樂,我的丈夫,我的孩子,是什麼,將持續遠遠超出了我的生活。“

at will last far beyond my life."




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