Dinner at Giorgio Baldi, in Santa Monica.
ESQUIRE: I met you briefly backstage. I don't know if you remember.
RIHANNA: Yeah, just before I went out.
ESQ: It was a pretty fascinating scene. Bodyguards, dancers, dozens of people who looked liked they had nothing to do. I saw Jay-Z duck into your dressing room.
RIHANNA: I was walking out as he walked in. He was like, "Yo!" I had my tea in one hand and my drink in the next.
ESQ: You drink them at the same time?
RIHANNA: One is tea and one is a shot. I usually like dark liquor — brandy or whiskey — but it's very high in sugar-content and I have some photo shoots coming up, so I had to switch it up to vodka.
Rihanna wants to be the next Pop Sex Goddess.
She is in love with her sexuality more than her womanhood.
It is really sexist when a woman decides to display and portray herself as a sex object.
It is sometimes more pathetic than dramatic.
There is more to femininity than sexuality.
There is more to the personality of a woman than her body.
Where is her intellectuality?
What's Rihanna's IQ?
Does she reason rationally or sexually?
God did not create woman as a sex object.
But as the pillar of man at home and at work and not his sex toy.
Rihanna is not a positive role model for girls or women at large.
She is just using sex to sell her songs.