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Madonna shares clip of awkward interview with 60 Minutes Australia’s Richard Carleton about her explicit SEX book as she celebrates its 30th anniversary: ‘I thought it was horrible’

Madonna has shared a clip of an awkward interview with 60 Minutes Australia’s Richard Carleton following the release of her explicit SEX book 30 years ago.

During the sit-down, the late Carleton mentioned he ‘got a fright’ after reading the singer’s book, and she responded by asking him why he was scared of its content. 

‘The picture of you astride the mirror, masturbating? I thought that was horrible. It just strikes me as horrible,’ he responded.

Madonna shared clip of an awkward interview with 60 Minutes Australia's Richard Carleton about her explicit SEX book as she celebrates its 30th anniversary: 'I thought it was horrible'

Madonna shared clip of an awkward interview with 60 Minutes Australia’s Richard Carleton about her explicit SEX book as she celebrates its 30th anniversary: ‘I thought it was horrible’

Madonna went on to express that she was intrigued by the responses to the book’s content. 

‘I think that people’s reactions to specific situations in the book was much more a reflection of that person than me,’ she said.

The singer went on to ask Carleton: ‘Are you frightened of a woman that can turn herself on?’

‘A little bit, yes. That’s right. I don’t know why…But I’m here to talk about you, not me,’ Carleton responded.

During the sit-down, Carleton mentioned he 'got a fright' after reading the singer's book, and she asked him about why he was scared by its content

During the sit-down, Carleton mentioned he ‘got a fright’ after reading the singer’s book, and she asked him about why he was scared by its content 

'The picture of you astride the mirror, masturbating? I thought that was horrible. It just strikes me as horrible,' he responded

‘The picture of you astride the mirror, masturbating? I thought that was horrible. It just strikes me as horrible,’ he responded

Madonna also posted a message alongside the video, touching on the outrage she’s received over the span of her decades-long career as the bonafide ‘Queen Of Pop’.

The Grammy Award-winning performer also said she believes that she’s ‘paved the way’ for the likes of Miley Cyrus, Cardi B and pop culture icon Kim Kardashian.

’30 years ago I published a book called S.E.X. in addition to photos of me naked there were photos of Men kissing Men, Woman kissing Woman and Me kissing everyone,’ she wrote.

'I think that people's reactions to specific situations in the book was much more a reflection of that person than me,' Madonna said

‘I think that people’s reactions to specific situations in the book was much more a reflection of that person than me,’ Madonna said

Madonna continued: ‘I also wrote about my sexual fantasies and shared my point of view about sexuality in an ironic way.’

The Borderline singer went on to express that she was the target of criticism from less open-minded individuals.

‘I spent the new few years being interviewed by narrow minded people who tried to shame me for empowering myself as a Woman,’ she recalled.

Madonna also posted a message alongside the video, touching on the outrage she's received over the span of her decades-long career as the bonafide 'Queen Of Pop'

Madonna also posted a message alongside the video, touching on the outrage she’s received over the span of her decades-long career as the bonafide ‘Queen Of Pop’ 

Madonna then revealed that she ‘was called a w****, a witch a heretic and the devil’ during the period of time.

The hitmaker went on to express that modern entertainers were allowed to be much more open about their sexualities. 

‘Now Cardi B can sing about her WAP. Kim Kardashian can grace the cover of any magazine with her naked a** and Miley Cyrus can come in like a wrecking ball,’ she said.

The Grammy Award-winning performer also said she believes that she's 'paved the way' for the likes of Miley Cyrus, Cardi B (pictured) and pop culture icon Kim Kardashian

The Grammy Award-winning performer also said she believes that she’s ‘paved the way’ for the likes of Miley Cyrus, Cardi B (pictured) and pop culture icon Kim Kardashian

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