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John Legend & Mark Duplass On How They Raise Daughters To Topple The Patriarchy - Bustle

John Legend and Mark Duplass are partners with the AXE Collective mentorship program to help three up-and-coming filmmakers thrive in showbiz. And I have a feeling there are three little girls — Luna, Molly, and Ora — who have something to do with that. Though Legend and Duplass claim they’re still learning to navigate fatherhood while guiding young daughters, it’s evident that being parents helps them grow immensely, not only as mentors, but as men. And besides getting a drum kit for the house (because “girl drummers get whatever they want,” according to Duplass), the two already have a solid idea of how to nurture strong-willed and driven women in the world today. Legend, who welcomed Luna last spring with wife Chrissy Teigen , admits he hasn’t played much of a mentor role to his daughter, who’s barely six months old. Still, he can’t wait to. “I can’t wait for [Luna] to be able to talk so I can teach her,” he says. “I really think that I’ll enjoy the teaching aspect and helping her to become a good human being. ” Duplass, who’s a parent to Molly and Ora with wife Katie Aselton, has some advice for Legend. ” Duplass implements the rule to teach his daughters that they can succeed, regardless of forces trying to suppress them. “When you’re raising women in this world, they need to know that they can, with good cognitive energy and clear thought and planning, topple the king,” he says. At home, he’s established his role as the authoritative figure, but in one out of every five arguments, his daughters “are able to destroy [him]. “I hear a lot about how to be good parents to girls,” says Legend. But perhaps the most significant and challenging aspect of parenting young women he’s learned thus far is teaching them to ignore commercial messages telling them how they should act and look. The whole princess thing, the idea that they need to be perfect, a lot of times, that’ll stop them from taking risks, because they’ll figure they can’t be completely perfect at it so they don’t wanna do it. They’re afraid to fail, they’re afraid... Sometimes boys are given the confidence to just say, ‘F*ck it,’ and do it. He knows how important it is to teach his daughter to be authentic and fearless, but now it’s about execution. Both men agree that raising young daughters not only shifts their view of the world, but of their own lives and careers, causing them to turn down project after project to. Source: www.bustle.com

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