My parents used to think that Eminem and Marilyn Manson were terrible, but this generation of music is awful! It’s all about sex, it’s not even alluded to, it’s just obvious sexual references.
You are not the only one who has noticed this, I have as well, and it disturbs me greatly.
I have noticed, through a series of popular songs, a pattern that has arisen. A pattern that could change life as we know it. Popular songs written/preformed by men are about simply about sex and/or his sexual exploits, while popular songs written/preformed by women are about taking over, rising up, over coming obstacles, and sexual exploits.
Lets look at the number one song in the US right now: Sexy and I Know It by LMFAO
Instead of being the alpha male hunter of older songs, he is reversing the gender roles and becoming the hunted. He wants everyone to look at how sexy he is, and value that he works out. Most songs by men show how wealthy he is, what car he drives, or how confident he is, but this is saying that he bases his worth solely upon physical attractiveness to perpetuate his genes — similar to how women are perceived. The last time this was done by a man, he turned out to be the standard barer for the gay community.
Not that there’s anything wrong with being too sexy for your sexuality.
Can you think of the last song by a man that was on the radio about over coming obstacles that didn’t include a woman saying no to sex?
Here’s a few by women that were/are extremely popular.
Nicki Minaj – Fly
Katy Perry – Firework
F**kin’ Perfect – Pink
Run the World – Beyonce
With all of these songs keeping women confident, they are slowly becoming the hunter and men are becoming the hunted. If people were to progress like pop music, women would take over, and men would devolve into sex obsessed animals.
It has already begun, Ke$ha, the obvious leader of this movement, wrote the song Blow as a metaphor for the revolution.
Pay VERY close attention to the opening lines in this video. The bear she talks about is the male establishment and she has it by the throat, which she quickly makes demands of it to apologize to the president — of women.
The club she speaks of and its ‘Back Door,’ isn’t a club, but the establishment and she aims to take it over. She even says, “Drink the cool-aid, follow my lead.” “It’s time to kill the lights, and shut the DJ down.” The DJ is the leader of the communication in the ‘club,’ and the lights or the electricity is the source of his power. She aims to, through terroristic attacks to shut down the power grid of the United States.
Then, she establishes that no one is getting out after ‘we’ take over, and that this place is about to blow with everyone inside.
Her other song, We R Who We R, which may seem to be a silly text message, but it is a stark allusion to Revolution.
In this song, she says, “Tonight we’re going hard, just like the world is ours, we’re tearing it apart.”
She also makes mention, “We’ll be forever young,” this leads me to believe that women are attempting to find the fountain of youth through some sort of make up right under our noses gentlemen without sharing.
This terroristic leader overtly alludes to violence, “Hitting on dudes — hard.” Ifshe were discussing the common colloquialism, ‘hitting on’ she would have leftout hard, but since she left in hard this is most certainly a call to violence.
We have to keep an eye out for these women trying to take over through music, sexuality, and terroristic attacks, because if they seize control, they will tear the world apart, shut the power off, and be in control forever, because they found the fountain of youth! or… Ke$ha is a mindless idiot, perpetuating general slutation of this generation. Either way, we need to keep an eye on her.