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Superstar Madonna is ashamed of her former sexy behavior - but having children has helped the star see how selfish she used to be. Since the Material Girl burst on the pop scene in the 80s with the worldwide hit "Like A Virgin," her stage shows have been denounced as "satanic" by the Pope, her saucy music videos banned, and her erotic picture book Sex referred to as pornographic. However, Madonna, who now has two children and is married to British film director, Guy Ritchie, can see the errors of her raunchy "me-me-me" attitude. She says, "I had no kids, so it was a very me-me-me universe. I was a lot more selfish. Not thinking before I spoke, before I acted. I was going through life robotically, even though I thought I was a bad a*s, mother f**king rebel, outside-of-it-all person. I was still a sheep in many ways. I wasn't a total pig or anything, but just didn't think of the big picture. My life was very small picture."


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