Lorde Well on Her Way to Becoming Next Lesbian Icon

by W.F. Price on January 9, 2014

Although I used to wonder why female stars are usually so reluctant to identify as feminists, I figured out that it’s because they don’t want to be pigeonholed in the lesbian genre. Sure, it works fine for real lesbians like Tracy Chapman (I actually like her music myself), but it didn’t turn out very well for the Dixie Chicks.

Now Lorde, the young thing of the moment, looks poised to become the next target of lesbian adulation. I’d never heard of her until I recently heard her song “Royals,” in which she demands to rule over her lover and be a queen (so much for “gender equality”), which evidently intoxicates her:

…Let me be your ruler (ruler),
You can call me queen Bee
And baby I’ll rule, I’ll rule, I’ll rule, I’ll rule.
Let me live that fantasy.

Ooh ooh oh
We’re bigger than we ever dreamed,
And I’m in love with being queen…

You can watch it on YouTube to hear Lorde’s fantasies out loud.

So now, unsurprisingly, Lorde has come out to call feminism “just part of being a girl,” and “completely natural.” The 17-year-old has also been attacking other singers for being “antifeminist.”

How did Lorde, AKA Ella Yelich-O’Connor, come to hold such “progressive,” feminist ideals? As I suspected, it’s her mother, Sonja Yelich, a New Zealand woman who got a $40k/year (NZ dollars) non-profit poetry grant to write stuff like this:

Arthritis the elephant

The man said he would pay happily full price.
And you said that will be fine thanks &
would you be after a receipt.

The man said he was not sure what
he would be after or before & gee
what’s up with all the questions.

So you had to say don’t forget your
change under the grill sir. & the talk
went back & forward through the no-smash glass.

Then he said maps! He would be needing a
map of the zoo to get around with. And you
had to ask for extra to the first. & that was it between you…

[etc.]

I get the feeling Lorde’s mother must be writing her lyrics. The quality looks about the same in both of the above cuts.

I really have no idea where Lorde is going from here; maybe she’ll be the next Madonna (yeah, right), or maybe she’ll end up playing to lesbian crowds alongside the Dixie Chicks. But we can be sure about one thing: she’s already politicized herself, and that isn’t something you want to do at the beginning of your career.

If you wonder why I care about this subject at all, the answer is simple: I have a seven-year-old daughter.

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MrKlms January 9, 2014 at 13:58

Yes WC,

Awful and disgusting behaviour begets awful and disgusting behaviour.

I know how you feel, I have a 12 year old daughter, living with me 50%, so I know how much you worry, although because I have very good communications channel with my daughter, I worry a lot less, as we talk a lot. But already she is her own person.

I think this singer will be a one-hit-wonder myself, but obviously a female does not really need any more talent than a chimpanzee to be famous these days. In fact it seems mandatory.

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The Other Jim January 9, 2014 at 14:21

IMO, this is merely symptomatic of the fact that we live in what can only be called, ‘The Fem-Centric Reality” h/t Rollo. Where the culture of the West caters to female desires. Thus, it’s why we see movies, tv, books, music, etc. targeting women(with the govt. legally and economically empowering women eg Title IX, Lilly Ledbetter, etc.), but more importantly appealing to their innermost desires.

It’s why we’ve seen the popularity of such things like ‘Sex & the City’, ’50 Shades of Grey’, ‘Rom-Com’ movies and shows, ‘Girls’, ‘Dancing With the Stars’, ‘The Bachelor/ette’, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, ‘Grrll-Power’ Heroines like Jennifer Lawrence in the ‘Hunger Games’, ABC News, the ‘War on Women’, etc. All of it catering to the fleeting whims and desires of women. Thus, we all live in ‘Chick-World’. *

So, the ‘Fem-Centric Reality’ is the dominant cultural force in the West right now. Of course, it won’t last, nothing ever does, but the price it will exact from Western Civilization will likely help in usher in a cultural, if not civilizational collapse as the Barbarian tribes surrounding the West see the weakness the Fem-Centric Reality engenders and are patiently waiting to take over a weaker civilization.

* It’s also why we’re seeing more MTF transsexuals in the public eye, IMO due to a form of Stockholm Syndrome whereby some men aren’t merely sympathizing with the hostage takers(women & the FemCentric Reality), they’re trying to become the hostage takers(women) and be at the center of the FemCentric Reality where the benefits are quite generous.

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Anonymous Reader January 9, 2014 at 14:36

A man in my family made the conscious choice when his first child was born to put all his rock n roll music away. He didn’t toss it, but he moved it out of family areas. Since he liked some classical music it was easy to keep that around, and add to the collection, along with some mid 20th century jazz. So his child, later children, had plenty of music to listen to, it was just all written by dead people, mostly men. So he now has children in the teens who can be taken to a symphony or even some chamber music events, and they actually more or less pay attention and enjoy.

Sure, the children now are listening to other things, probably via Pandora, but a lot of really politicized stuff is still outside of their “taste zone” I suspect. The key to this exercise? His wife agreed. She didn’t try to subvert the decision to train the children’s musical tastes to a higher standard.

I don’t think Lourde will be the next Madonna, Gaga has staked that out…

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geographybeefinalisthimself January 9, 2014 at 14:37

@ The Other Jim

Shouldn’t any male thinking of becoming an MTF be made abundantly aware that females rarely, if ever, will accept an MTF as an equal to someone who was born female and never wanted to transition?

We have already had employers who have had to build an entire bathroom for only one person if even one female employee objected to using the same restroom as the MTF transsexual. I bet that at employers like these, female employees would have defecated and urinated in the halls just to prove their point. Go ahead and call me a pig all you want, but we all know women tolerate the MTF transgendered until they want to use the same restroom as a female who has no desire to transition.

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Gilgamesh January 9, 2014 at 14:48

Who listens to, music with female leads in the first place? It sounds weak as hell and I’m guessing the lyrics are more likely to be subversive.

Welmer, you’re going to have to name the YKWs, eventually, you know that right?

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The Other Jim January 9, 2014 at 14:48

@geographybeefinalisthimself

I didn’t state it was rational, just a consequence of the FemCentric Reality.

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geographybeefinalisthimself January 9, 2014 at 15:10

@ The Other Jim

Fair enough.

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geographybeefinalisthimself January 9, 2014 at 16:51

I don’t know if gender reassignment surgery shortens the lifespans of either or both MTFs or FTMs, but a shot putter for the then-East German Olympic team, born Heidi Krieger, ultimately ended up undergoing gender reassignment surgery and became Andreas Krieger. As Heidi Krieger, (s)he had been, like many other female athletes from the former East Germany, given massive amounts of steroids as a teenager to enhance his (her?) athletic performance and which will probably shorten his life due to the liver damage and impact on his cholesterol levels. I do not know if the gender reassignment surgery will exacerbate the steroid use and shorten his life further.

I do not know if gender reassignment surgery in the opposite direction will also shorten the life of a MTF to where the MTF would be better off not transitioning. The jury is probably still out on whether transitioning is even advisable if it would shorten the transsexual’s lifespan.

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Jabberwocky January 9, 2014 at 17:09

I think the poem is about a senile person at the zoo?

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Dire Badger January 9, 2014 at 17:26

@The Other Jim-

err, I know this sounds nitpicky, but it’s not stockholme syndrome. That is a specific disorder (actually it’s a strongly positive genetic survival trait) that is only applicable to females.
What it is, more or less, is an attempt to catch the bus at the female stop. ie. improve status through radical action, something many males do. In a very few, it is also an attempt to reconcile their gay inclinations with their physical form (although every mtf trans I know… at least a dozen, they are pretty common in the scene, regrets their decision eventually, not least of which is because most guys that are attracted to an mtf trans generally are MORE attracted to ‘manly’ men). The vast majority, however, call themselves ‘lesbians’ after their transformation, and rarely have you seen a more pathetic bunch of losers in your life.

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Towgunner January 9, 2014 at 17:59

@ The Other Jim:

Excellent comments. The culture-media complex and its role in generating feminism is very important to understand. Thanks for the insights.

I’ve noticed something about practically all “pop” music today, with emphasis on female musician’s music. It just sucks, period. So, it can’t last, if for no other reason that its aesthetically unpleasing, kind of like eating glass. And, I’ve noticed it all sounds the same, in fact, slight aside, background music on TV always ques this string instruments high pitched plucking (gasp) melody whenever women are in focus. Its like the universal women’s background song. Anyone else notice that? There is a reason that music sucks, that it all sounds the same, that high pitched stringed instruments plucking is the same in grey’s anatomy as it is in downtown abbey…ultimately its the tyranny of feminism at work by way of its extremely singular thinking and absolutely zero tolerance for anything else. But, as if it was made to demonstrate to us, this has literally suffocated any semblance of originality in today’s music, films tv and art itself. And I should add, that just like feminism all the other “ism’s” have their type-scripted characters and carefully crafted stereotypes and images that must be portrayed and displayed without deviance! So the noose on creativity and originality is all the more tight. Think about it. Ever notice that these roles tend to take away from the actual story? For instance, you must have women in some kind of traditional authority position, always and basically with all women characters. You might have a great crime drama such as The Wire, but, bolted into the story-line is homosexualism, heck, the Robin Hood hero, Omar, has his homosexuality front and center in practically every episode, when applicable. It used to be you could tell a good tale, today, a good tale has to endure a battery of “treatments” i.e. feminist treatment, homosexual treatment…all busy-bodied malcontents looking to sanitize and project their “standards”, fantasies and egos into a pseudo reality that does indeed “program” people. That’s why its so important to inform men that this overwhelming culture is still an illusion.

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geographybeefinalisthimself January 9, 2014 at 17:59

@ Dire Badger

So if most of the MTFs ultimately regret transitioning, that apparently should give any male who wants to join their ranks reason to pause for a long time and if a majority regret it, that alone should render the choice ill-advised on its own. Do you know if they have severe health problems because of the transitioning that have nothing to do with the feelings of regret that will likely shorten their lives?

I do not know if FTMs mostly end up regretting their decision or if they have health problems because of their decision that shorten their lives but would have nothing to do with feelings of regret.

The suggestion that transitioning is ill-advised for health reasons is like the idea that it is ill-advised for any male who finds other males attractive to ever act upon his feelings of attraction, and if he is attracted to both men and women, he should only act upon his attraction to women. While it is suggesting that a small minority of men go without sex they desperately want altogether, no health care professional can say with a straight face that a man should act upon his attraction to another man, even with the advent of same-sex marriage as a marital contract is still not a condom and if one of the men in the contract is having an affair with a third man, the unfaithful man is exposing his spouse to HIV and incurable STDs. Even if a man has used a condom every time he has had sex with another man since 01/01/1977, he still can’t donate blood and there have been reports of blood drives where they wouldn’t even hand the questionnaire to some of the men who showed up because based solely on the men’s appearance, the workers from the Red Cross thought that they had already had sex with other men.

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Anonymous Reader January 9, 2014 at 20:25

I forget which poet said it, but free verse is like playing tennis without a net.

Reading free verse always puts me in mind of a bad open mike night at some coffee house…

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Mike January 10, 2014 at 06:36

I listen to a lot of Lorde. I think she has a very unique sound that you don’t see generated from the “artists” coming out in the mainstream.

With that being said, I’d rather have a daughter listen to her any day over Miley Cyrus.

At least with Lorde there is some kind of intellectual gravity to her lyrics, and not just the sexed-up garbage the other female pop-tarts are spewing out.

Finally, I have to disagree with you about the overall message of the song “Royals”. I think it is more about a counter trend to the flashy materialism that is rampant in today’s popular music and an attempt to put more substance on the regular thinking individual. Ultimately, I think the song is an attempt to tell everyday regular teens that not having excess is fine, and to be comfortable with that.

Her viewpoints are her own, but I think going after her for expressing feminists views is a little harsh.

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W.F. Price January 10, 2014 at 10:02

I listen to a lot of Lorde. I think she has a very unique sound that you don’t see generated from the “artists” coming out in the mainstream.

With that being said, I’d rather have a daughter listen to her any day over Miley Cyrus.

At least with Lorde there is some kind of intellectual gravity to her lyrics, and not just the sexed-up garbage the other female pop-tarts are spewing out.

Finally, I have to disagree with you about the overall message of the song “Royals”. I think it is more about a counter trend to the flashy materialism that is rampant in today’s popular music and an attempt to put more substance on the regular thinking individual. Ultimately, I think the song is an attempt to tell everyday regular teens that not having excess is fine, and to be comfortable with that.

Her viewpoints are her own, but I think going after her for expressing feminists views is a little harsh.

-Mike

Sure, she has some talent, but intellectual gravity? I don’t think so. It’s just another genre.

As for her feminist viewpoints, she might as well wear them on her sleeve. I’m pretty sure she uses the stagename “Lorde” in honor of lesbian poet Audrey Lorde. It’s as much a part of her identity as gangbanging was of Eazy-E’s. Totally fair game.

keyster January 10, 2014 at 10:38

So now, unsurprisingly, Lorde has come out to call feminism “just part of being a girl,” and “completely natural.”

She’s right about that, although it’s not as much “natural” as it is normalized and even encouraged…grrl power chic, empowerment memes, conceited, narcissistic/solipsistic consciousness, etc.

And be aware her thoughts aren’t necessarily her own, but rather carefully crafted by her assigned handlers and career strategists. They’re building her image or brand. If she makes it in America as a pop-star cum fashionista, she’ll reveal a tawdry history of sexual experiences and/or an eating disorder…in Elle or Rolling Stone.

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Rideme January 10, 2014 at 11:23

I can assure you Lorde will be a 1-hit wonder wherein obscurity she will disappear and be forgotten quickly

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chinesefootsoldier January 10, 2014 at 12:26

What does a 17 year old know? Feelings, trendiness, and idealism.

Voting should be restricted to people over 30. That’d cut the legs right out under leftist populism. Note, I am 24.

Although it may be possible that she’s just trying to cover her ass after her song was deemed racist by that other feminist ‘tard. Either way, they’re both cancer.

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mikediver January 10, 2014 at 13:30

I was thinking that voting should be restricted to those over 45. That is about on a par with the place inlife a 21 year old was in colonial America.

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mikediver January 10, 2014 at 13:32

BTW I am well over 45.

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Anon7 January 10, 2014 at 17:32

The most alarming aspect of this song is that it explicitly states that she gets off on psychological dominance more than anything else, even material goods.

This is Feminism 3.0 in that it states as clearly as possible without apology that women are to bowed down to, and makes no pretense of “equality between the sexes” which was the original goal of feminists.

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Walhaz January 11, 2014 at 04:41

I listened to some of the song, but I couldn’t stomach the whole thing.

Lorde will probably not be remembered in 5 years. The reason is because if she does have some intellectual or emotional “spark” , the majority of the world won’t care; if she doesn’t have anything to offer other then her (not that great) looks or voice, almost nobody will care, because there’s plenty more where that came from.

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Ahaon January 11, 2014 at 06:30

I am so glad that I am no longer 17, unsure and insecure about my views on life and society. I had a friend (guy) who worked at an upscale San Francisco bookstore called a Clean Well Lit Place for Books. He told me that Tracy Chapman was a regular customer and when she visited she would only interact with female employees. I once asked a female employee at the same bookstore if she could suggest some new science fiction writers to me. She replied without blinking an eye and keeping a straight face that she can only suggest female science fiction writers since she Never reads anything authored by a man.

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Ballomar January 11, 2014 at 08:10

@towgunner There is plenty of masculine music around, you just need to know where to look.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnAvNdVyJB0

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Tree January 11, 2014 at 18:24

So this Lourde artist, I think we should look at this from a different angle, the British Angle.

Looking at Japan and Briton is a great way to look into our future, they are island test cases of Feminism. Briton being an originator and Japan having it forced down their throats by the US military and then just running with it full speed. Both are further along the bell curve than us in varied ways.

The thoughts I pick up from her:
She will never be a royal, she is a commoner, no chance.
The thing in her life she looks forward to is parties.
She wants to be the queen bee of her clique.

Yes, its feminism, but its a hopeless despondent feminism.
They know they have everything they asked for, they know they can’t ask for any more, they “have it all” and know that its not enough. She sees her clean feminine suburbia and feels absolutely hollow.

BAM, ITS OVER. This shows us the end game. Those women that hate traditional families will simply keep house (for themselves) alone and die quietly. A few may yell and scream, but they do so out of futility, they are finished and they feel it in their bones.

This is the British end game. The white mice retreat to their nests, eat, drink, and groom themselves til death.

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chinesefootsoldier January 11, 2014 at 21:01

Nah, feminism in Japan isn’t anything like the West. It’s just a few fringe nutters that people don’t pay attention to. They also don’t have a fifth column of minorities for lefty feminists to pander to, so that helps.

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knowethnaught January 12, 2014 at 00:34

I’m from New Zealand (where she is from) and there has been a little bit of a buzz here about her making it big time over in America but generally people over here see her as an annoying little brat. All her fans are silly teenage girls.

I have no idea if she will stick around but I hope not.

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Lynn January 12, 2014 at 22:16

Beyoncé came out as a feminist as well. I wonder if the label will gain in popularity. Women have been reluctant to call themselves feminist.

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Walhaz January 13, 2014 at 01:32

KNOWETHNAUGHT@ “Generally people over here see her as an annoying little brat. All her fans are silly teenage girls.”

Ha-ha, this says it all. You’ve probably just written her epitaph.

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Gilgamesh January 13, 2014 at 01:46

@Ballomar
How did I know it would be sabaton?

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continent January 13, 2014 at 14:05

About 20 years ago “Constant Craving” by k.d. lang was a popular song with obscure meanig.
http://www.lyricsfreak.com/k/kd+lang/constant+craving_20077006.html
Not to be confused with Constant Yearning, rather obscene song.
http://mollysdailykiss.com/2012/03/31/constant-yearning/

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Ballomar January 14, 2014 at 00:12

@Gilgamesh You know Sabaton?!!?

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Chico January 15, 2014 at 03:57

Whatever the lead singer’s background is, there aren’t too many things in pop music which sound as fresh and new as “Royals.” Things have been stagnant on FM radio for a long time.

so I’ll give Lorde a pass even if lesbians like it too.

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JY January 16, 2014 at 12:43

Men’s love songs usually focus on how much the singer like to pamper the girl, how well he’d treat her or how stupid and wrong he was during their last fight. Cheesy but easy to understand.

When I first heard this song, what struck me was how self-centered the lyrics were. She wants to “rule” over the guy, she’s telling him to “let me live that fantasy.” What’s in it for the guy?

I know it’s stupid, but I think about that every time I hear the song.

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Ok January 16, 2014 at 15:13

err, Lorde is talking about ruling over her lover. She’s talking about the excess of the commercialization of music, in which everything is fast cars, big mansions and she lionizes doing the best with what you have. Nowhere in the song does she talk about a lover? As a girl, I thought she was talking about ruling over a certain lifestyle. People loved her because she was unlike the over/hypersexualized Beyonce/Miley Cyrus/Rhianna. In all of her music videos, she tends to cover up, wear clothing and attempt to focus on substance over style( this is debatable, according to taste). Have you even listened to the music? I want to like the spearhead, but how can I like you when you don’t even do research?

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Ok January 16, 2014 at 15:16

“Royals”

[Verse 1]
I’ve never seen a diamond in the flesh
I cut my teeth on wedding rings in the movies
And I’m not proud of my address,
In a torn-up town, no postcode envy

But every song’s like gold teeth, grey goose, trippin’ in the bathroom
Blood stains, ball gowns, trashin’ the hotel room,
We don’t care, we’re driving Cadillacs in our dreams.
But everybody’s like Cristal, Maybach, diamonds on your timepiece.
Jet planes, islands, tigers on a gold leash.
We don’t care, we aren’t caught up in your love affair.

And we’ll never be royals (royals).
It don’t run in our blood,
That kind of luxe just ain’t for us.
We crave a different kind of buzz.
Let me be your ruler (ruler),
You can call me queen Bee
And baby I’ll rule, I’ll rule, I’ll rule, I’ll rule.
Let me live that fantasy.

[Verse 2]
My friends and I—we’ve cracked the code.
We count our dollars on the train to the party.
And everyone who knows us knows that we’re fine with this,
We didn’t come from money.

But every song’s like gold teeth, grey goose, trippin’ in the bathroom.
Blood stains, ball gowns, trashin’ the hotel room,
We don’t care, we’re driving Cadillacs in our dreams.
But everybody’s like Cristal, Maybach, diamonds on your timepiece.
Jet planes, islands, tigers on a gold leash
We don’t care, we aren’t caught up in your love affair

And we’ll never be royals (royals).
It don’t run in our blood
That kind of luxe just ain’t for us.
We crave a different kind of buzz.
Let me be your ruler (ruler),
You can call me queen Bee
And baby I’ll rule, I’ll rule, I’ll rule, I’ll rule.
Let me live that fantasy.

Ooh ooh oh
We’re bigger than we ever dreamed,
And I’m in love with being queen.
Ooh ooh oh
Life is great without a care
We aren’t caught up in your love affair.

And we’ll never be royals (royals).
It don’t run in our blood
That kind of luxe just ain’t for us.
We crave a different kind of buzz
Let me be your ruler (ruler),
You can call me queen Bee
And baby I’ll rule, I’ll rule, I’ll rule, I’ll rule.
Let me live that fantasy.

The lyrics to Lorde. I challenge you to prove the song is all about her being powerful of her “male? female?” lover and not about the excess of a materialistic lifestyle.

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Ironthumb January 17, 2014 at 15:34

Royals…
too bad since Royals sounds really good unlike most pop songs.
Anyways I don’t know much about pop, I loathe most of the songs these days especially the new non-sense Avryl songs.
But I do hope she will not turn into Miley-cum-receptacle type who preaches that other girls do the same..

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EzE January 19, 2014 at 07:44

To be honest, I had thought the lines about being a ruler were directed to a lover but I didn’t read much more into it than a typical teenage girls triumphalism which is not too different from a typical teenage boy. The 47 year old women expressing the same sentiment are more disturbing to me.
That said, I think you’ve got the wrong target, this song explicitly rejects the rap lifestyle in a way that can’t be called racist. I especially like how the video that accompanies the song dares to be minority free.
She’s interesting musically, certainly no Katy Perry/Selena Gomez/Justin Bieber.

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All Heart January 22, 2014 at 16:13

“If you wonder why I care about this subject at all, the answer is simple: I have a seven-year-old daughter.”

You should probably care more about how pornography will influence her, her sex life and the men she will eventually be with. That’s even more disturbing. I’ve never heard of this “star”. However, porn’s affect on society is growing in disturbing ways. I mean, there wasn’t much wrong with the happy go lucky porn of the 70s. All the people where pretty natural and just having some sexy fun. Today? Got to have the breast implants, the lip injections, the anal bleaching. got to love it when men call you names and spit on you. Got to watch it with your partner or otherwise you are a “prude”. Young boys start looking at porn around 10 these days. Young girls are probably seeing it too. I would be more worried about that vs some nameless singer barely anyone’s ever heard of.

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W.F. Price January 22, 2014 at 16:17

I mean, there wasn’t much wrong with the happy go lucky porn of the 70s. All the people where pretty natural and just having some sexy fun.

-All Heart

Are you kidding? The 70s were totally screwed up. That’s when rape peaked in the US, and the era bred more serial killers than ever. What gave you this idea that the 70s were just “natural” and “sexy fun?” It was one of the most f*cked up decades in US history.

Jennah February 4, 2014 at 20:50

Tell me why we shouldn’t just…be…each other’s boyfriends?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItkksKMPQYc

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