Dear Madonna, Hi, you once said that your song Express Yourself is about, "The ultimate thing behind the song is that if you don't express yourself, if you don't say what you want, then you're not going to get it. And in effect you are chained down by your inability to say what you feel or go after what you want." As a man, I will express myself, to you, of the feelings that I have, for you, since I was an 8-year-old boy, who dared, to dream, of finding true love, one day. What follows is
Faith, Feminism and Abortion: An Individual’s Business, Period
By Susan Jacoby
First, I am not in the business of defining either feminists or the faithful. The second portion of this week’s question is particularly disturbing because it shows how successful the religious right has been at infiltrating its notion of abortion as an absolute evil into the larger culture.
“Nor can we justifiably withhold this, on any ground save our conviction that [abortion] is wrong. If [abortion] is right, al
Since I started the Fireworks and Teenage Dreams Blog Series, my research have led me, to examine my own personal history, as Geek kid, and, as a Geek Teenager, and all of this work has made me think of what I would called “Geek Love Songs.”
Now, What are “Geek Love Songs?”
They are love songs that both geeks guys and geek girls would listening, to and, to express our feelings, about someone we liked or had a crush on, but being geeks, most of us were either too shy, to tell the person, ab
In her May 7 video, Blonde Girls Then and Now, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Ke$ha, the Nostalgia Chick (hereafter will be refer as NC), gave a commentary, about the reemergence of Blond Female Bubble-Gum Pop-Stars, such as, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Ke$ha, etc, and comparing them, to the Blond Female Bubble Gum Pop-Stars of late 1990s, which were Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Mandy Moore, Jessica Simpson.
She argues that the both eras of Blond Female Bubble-Gum Pop-St
A two months ago, I heard, on the car radio, California Gurls, the lead single, from Katy Perry, third studio album, Teenage Dream, and I like it.
However, I could not figure out, why I like it, nor could I find out why her singing voice kept playing, in my head. Even though the song is pure bubble-gum pop, I still wanted, to listen, to the song, over and over again because her singing voice, for some reason, sang, to the sound of my soul. No other female Pop-Music singer, throughout my 26 y