Christina Aguilera slipped on her bathrobe for LGBTQ support
Christina Aguilera was able to conquer them by sliding her already open bathrobe while showing her support for the LGBTQ community. The 40-year-old pop icon and reality judge made headlines earlier this year for launching a merchandise collection directly supporting LGBTQ-worthy causes, with the promotional photos showing the singer’s famous body. “Stripped”.
Posting on Instagram, Xtina adopted the Polaroid style in a sexy shoot that was stripped down, flaunted her figure, and even showed off the boy’s underwear that is part of her collection.
Christina Aguilera shows her support for LGBTQ in a skimpy look
Scroll on for photos, those to come as the world celebrated Pride Month 2021. The Grammy winner, whose products supported both TransLash and TransTech, opened pantless, in a gray sweater with a painting of her head on it, and looking like a total bombshell as she flaunted her toned legs as she wore black strappy heels and sat on the floor.
The smart shoot, which also featured models wearing her rainbow product collection, then featured the blonde in a baggy black sweater, but it was a more revealing affair as fans slid to the right. Aguilera was here straddling a model in a leggy outfit, the next shot likely catching attention – Christina was in a ’90s-style Y and nothing on top except a white dress heavily worn off the shoulder.
Taking inspiration from her caption, the “Beautiful” singer dropped a rainbow emoji and urged fans to shop at shop.christinaaguilera.com.
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Announcing the collection, Christina told fans, “I am very happy to announce my new Pride collection! I am also proud to support @transtechsocial & @translashmedia, two organizations that do such important work for the community. Swipe to the gallery below, scroll down to find out more.
Both of the revenue-backed causes are dear to Christina’s heart – the singer is known to have written a letter to the LGBTQ community long before the umbrella term was a hashtag. TransLash is “a non-profit organization working to change the cultural understanding of what it means to be transgender to promote social inclusion and reduce anti-trans hostility.”
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Meanwhile, sister organization TransTech “focuses on the economic empowerment of transgender people and the wider LGBTQ + community through workshops, education and employment opportunities.”
In 2019, it was announced that Aguilera would receive the Equality Award for LGBTQ. She joins celebrities such as singers Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus to support the LGBTQ community. More recently, Xtina made headlines for continuing to teaser her new album, which is expected to feature both Spanish and English versions. This will be the star’s first since her 2018 Release EP.