FROM THE BLOG WORD MATTERS: A DOUBLE STANDARD IN MUSIC

Hi,

 

a new post named A Double Standard in Music is now available on the blog Word Matters. You can view the full article here:

 

http://www.ernestdempsey.com/a-double-standard-in-music/

 

This is a great article with which I agree.

Please be sure to leave your comments on the site from which this article comes, and do let the blogger know from where you heard of them.

Thanks very much for reading and have a great day.

 

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2 Responses to FROM THE BLOG WORD MATTERS: A DOUBLE STANDARD IN MUSIC

  1. heahtmonster says:

    Of course, Bob is right.
    AND
    As I understand the history of “Baby It’s Cold Outside…” conservative Christians complained when the song came out that the song was too explicit. The only line that really bothers me is “hey, what’s in that drink?”, a bit edgy given that date rape often starts with the rapist putting some sort of drug in someone’s drink.

    But the song was designed to be edgy, and it still is.

    Absolutely, play it.

    As for the more sexually explicit songs today, Many of the same people who complain about “Baby” used to complain a lot about these lyrics as well. While I am no expert on hip-hop or rap music, there seems to be far fewer songs with explicit lyrics reaching the Top Forty these days.

    Which is a good thing.

    Like

    • Patty says:

      Thanks for reading and commenting.

      But.

      Please remember, for these posts it’s always best to comment on the site from where they come.

      Have a great day.

      Like

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