Recently, the actress Christina Ricci caused controversy by declaring that she is raising her son Freddie Heerdegen, only eight years old, with a feminist vision, something that for many netizens is a total mistake.
In interview for The Guardian, The actress stated that it is not that her son has much of an option to grow up with a different perspective, since in addition to giving him examples at home, since she is part of the social movement, her husband, Mark Hampton, Freddie’s stepfather, He has that same ideology.
My husband Mark is, I hate to say it, a feminist, because it sounds so disgusting.
In addition to the fact that both she and her husband support this parenting system, the example that they both set for the little boy is quite evident, since Mark is a celebrity hairstylist, so Freddie is constantly exposed to new ideas about masculinity.
As if this were not enough, there is the example that his mother sets for him when she sees her work and make an effort, so, of course, the boy will be able to know the different facets of what it is to be a woman. According to Christina, Freddi will see women “in a more complete way, just by seeing her mother do a lot of things.”
In addition, the Hollywood star revealed that she has even learned about it from her son, since he decided to stop treating things in the feminine, because despite the fact that nouns have no gender in English, there are certain objects that they refer to. like her”.
Therefore, whenever Christina assigns a female gender to something, the little boy tells her that women are not objects. In addition, Freddie also asks him questions about racism and misogyny.
Of course, for many people who agree with the feminist ideology, the way in which the actress educates her son is very successful. However, there are those who consider that raising him in this way is “not raising him as a man”, even a user opined that “if she raised her son with this ideology, the child would be a failure.” Given the different and extreme opinions, dear readers, what do you think?