Last month, Gosling, a proud feminist, shared his early observations gleaned from raising two daughters.“I think women are better than men,” Gosling said. The couple also managed to keep the impending arrival of their second daughter under wraps almost until she was born.
The couple also managed to keep the impending arrival of their second daughter under wraps almost until she was born.That's the most attractive thing in the world." "..... I like when a woman takes charge and does not just agree with everything I like -- that's boring. Belief in ones self and knowing who you are - that's the foundation for everything great.." - When asked what he looks for in a girlfriend Chance said, "It's definitely more character- and personality-driven for me. Kind of like Penny Lane [Kate Hudson's character in I got made fun of constantly (in high school)! We were so psychotic for each other that I didn't care about anything else. Relationships are important, but stay focused on said to the school bullies: "You will spend your lives trying to figure out how to keep others down because it makes you feel more important.If a girl has self-esteem and confidence, it definitely shows. There is a big world out there bigger than prom, bigger than high school. (“It’s complicated,” you had to tell your fictional best friend Reese Witherspoon over imagined brunch.) While Mendes and Gosling stay mum on the subject of their relationship, which dates back to their days filming 2012’s magazine, Mendes explained the thought process behind naming their daughters Amada and Esmeralda Amada.“My grandmother’s name is Amada, and Esmeralda Amada is the name of our oldest,” the actress revealed.“We had a few names picked out for our new baby, and when she was born, we didn’t feel like those names were her. When we looked at her, we thought, ‘Aww, Amadita.’”Even though both girls are under the age of two, Mendes said that she and Gosling are nurturing the sisters’ relationship.