3rd July 2014

GO ON ANON AND ASK ME THE MOST AWKWARD QUESTION YOU CAN THINK OF. IF I CAN’T PUBLISH IT, YOU WIN.

friendleadervantas:

grannybeards:

captain-fucking-levi:

larry-the-tiger:

heatherserket:

happycatz:

bello-fiore:

rosalique:

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omg do this i will cry

Nobody has ever won this. Ever.

DO IT

do it do it do it

I dare you

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i regret everything

I regret it already but…

do it i dare you

i’ll publish anything i swear

no limits

Please do this

(( I’ll answer IC. Let’s kill Karkat >:D ))

(Source: foolishlys)

Reblogged from : shezzasnewgroove
1st July 2014

I meant abort, not alert…
But I can’t figure out how to edit on mobile.

1st July 2014

How do you feel about Hobby Lobby denying their employees the right to buy birth control? Their reasoning is opposing it on religious grounds even though birth control is used for more than just preventing pregnancy.

Asked by Anonymous

lilysofthefield:

peterdwebb:

Hey, there’s a lot of misinformation going around. Here’s a few facts that often get missed. 

1) Hobby Lobby is ok with paying for 16 out of the 20 required types of birth control under Obamacare. 

2) They have a religious objection to 4 of them, specifically the morning-after pills. The types that stop a baby from surviving after conception. Abortion inducing drugs. The birth control they are talking about isn’t used for anything except preventing pregnancy after conception.

3) They aren’t denying their employees the right to buy birth control. They can buy those 4 drugs themselves if they wish. They pay their employees well, and they have stated again and again that they aren’t trying to control anyone’s decisions. In fact, this whole discussion is about the right to make decisions, and whether or not you can force someone to pay for something they have a religious objection to. 

Here’s a nice video of a spokeslady that blinks a lot. She does a nice job of explaining it. 

Everyone jumps so quickly on a bandwagon because someone doesn’t agree with what has been considered a norm. Before freaking out about something like this, learn the facts. I completely agree with Hobby Lobby. And ladies and gentleman, I’m on birth control.

The morning after pill actually can’t do anything if a baby is already concieved. It actually emulsifies body fluids then turns them acidic to create an even more hostile environment for sperm. There isn’t a legal way to alert an implanted fetus thorough non invasive means in America… so Hobby Lobby’s religious grounds are entirely false in that aspect. They just choose to ignore the science. So… about that getting your facts straight…

Reblogged from : lilysofthefield
28th June 2014
sonotaghostkid:

This is really not okay.
I think some people fail to realize that men can be sexually assaulted, too, and not just by other men. This girl shoves him against the wall and slaps him three fucking times when he pushes her away. Heck, he has to push her away twice before she backs off for a moment. Then she goes right back to kissing him.
If the genders were reversed, everyone on this site would be flipping a shit. And if anyone dares to tell me that it’s different when a girl does it to a guy, I will personally write you a three-page essay on why it is still not okay.

sonotaghostkid:

This is really not okay.

I think some people fail to realize that men can be sexually assaulted, too, and not just by other men. This girl shoves him against the wall and slaps him three fucking times when he pushes her away. Heck, he has to push her away twice before she backs off for a moment. Then she goes right back to kissing him.

If the genders were reversed, everyone on this site would be flipping a shit. And if anyone dares to tell me that it’s different when a girl does it to a guy, I will personally write you a three-page essay on why it is still not okay.

(Source: dictatorboy)

Reblogged from : the-fault-in-our-rawrs
28th June 2014
the-fault-in-our-rawrs:

azuregale:

808kangaroo:

taco-bell-rey:

Ke$ha is a perfect example of how the media loves to make intelligent girls seem dumb and bitchy even though they are actually smart and caring. Ke$ha isn’t far from being a feminist icon but the media continues to label her as a dumb drunk party girl.
and Ke$ha is all for loving yourself and equality but she continues to receive harassment from mainstream media. Enough harassment to the point that she developed an eating disorder because of it. She is an example of how horrible and sexist the music industry is.

Ke$ha stands in the category of “gifted genius”, she scored near perfect (1500) on her SAT’s and has an IQ of 140

In all fairness, I don’t think you can lay this on the shoulders of the media in it’s entirety. I mean, some of her hit songs have been named “Tik-Tok” and “Blah, Blah, Blah”. With lyrics about as deep as the names suggest. I’m not arguing that she’s a bad person, and I sure don’t think she’s dumb, but when that’s the kind of material you choose to present yourself with… then that’s how you are choosing to be seen. You can’t go on the track playing dumb drunk party girl and then be mad when people perceive you in that manner. It would be different if people were judging her by looks alone, but they’re not. This about the content she has chosen to create.

I really don’t want to turn this into some sort of big debate….but….there are lots of songs that she sings that are like that and everything I’m not gonna argue about that bc it’s 100% true, but if you actually listen to all the songs on her albums there are decent amounts of songs that actually have meaning. It’s just that those particular songs that she make are the ones that gain popularity and make it onto the charts. And a lot of artist are the same…they make meaningful, wonderful songs and then those other songs that they probably made just for pure fun are the ones that get the popularity and then people go and judge them based on those particular songs when really that’s not who they are bc if you think of it like if I were a famous singer I would probably make songs like that too along with other meaningful songs and then I wouldn’t enjoy all the judgement from the media when they criticize me for this particular songs and that’s why I kind of feel bad for a lot of artists who get all that judgement when they’re getting judged for songs that they probably made just for fun and everyone decided to overlook all those other songs that they wrote from the heart. I’m just saying that that’s the reason I support Ke$ha bc if it weren’t for all the other meaningful songs she writes I probably would be agreeing with you right now.

I totally get where you’re coming from, and absolutely agree with you. But nothing about any of her popular songs have made me want to dig any deeper than what I was currently hearing. I may now, after hearing from you,  but honestly is hard to blame people for being unimpressed at first glance. But beside that,  I really appreciate you talking the time to let me know how you felt. And in such an intelligent and engaging way.  I like it when someone challenges my opinion and makes me reexamine things like this. Thank you! the-fault-in-our-rawrs:

azuregale:

808kangaroo:

taco-bell-rey:

Ke$ha is a perfect example of how the media loves to make intelligent girls seem dumb and bitchy even though they are actually smart and caring. Ke$ha isn’t far from being a feminist icon but the media continues to label her as a dumb drunk party girl.
and Ke$ha is all for loving yourself and equality but she continues to receive harassment from mainstream media. Enough harassment to the point that she developed an eating disorder because of it. She is an example of how horrible and sexist the music industry is.

Ke$ha stands in the category of “gifted genius”, she scored near perfect (1500) on her SAT’s and has an IQ of 140

In all fairness, I don’t think you can lay this on the shoulders of the media in it’s entirety. I mean, some of her hit songs have been named “Tik-Tok” and “Blah, Blah, Blah”. With lyrics about as deep as the names suggest. I’m not arguing that she’s a bad person, and I sure don’t think she’s dumb, but when that’s the kind of material you choose to present yourself with… then that’s how you are choosing to be seen. You can’t go on the track playing dumb drunk party girl and then be mad when people perceive you in that manner. It would be different if people were judging her by looks alone, but they’re not. This about the content she has chosen to create.

I really don’t want to turn this into some sort of big debate….but….there are lots of songs that she sings that are like that and everything I’m not gonna argue about that bc it’s 100% true, but if you actually listen to all the songs on her albums there are decent amounts of songs that actually have meaning. It’s just that those particular songs that she make are the ones that gain popularity and make it onto the charts. And a lot of artist are the same…they make meaningful, wonderful songs and then those other songs that they probably made just for pure fun are the ones that get the popularity and then people go and judge them based on those particular songs when really that’s not who they are bc if you think of it like if I were a famous singer I would probably make songs like that too along with other meaningful songs and then I wouldn’t enjoy all the judgement from the media when they criticize me for this particular songs and that’s why I kind of feel bad for a lot of artists who get all that judgement when they’re getting judged for songs that they probably made just for fun and everyone decided to overlook all those other songs that they wrote from the heart. I’m just saying that that’s the reason I support Ke$ha bc if it weren’t for all the other meaningful songs she writes I probably would be agreeing with you right now.

I totally get where you’re coming from, and absolutely agree with you. But nothing about any of her popular songs have made me want to dig any deeper than what I was currently hearing. I may now, after hearing from you,  but honestly is hard to blame people for being unimpressed at first glance. But beside that,  I really appreciate you talking the time to let me know how you felt. And in such an intelligent and engaging way.  I like it when someone challenges my opinion and makes me reexamine things like this. Thank you! the-fault-in-our-rawrs:

azuregale:

808kangaroo:

taco-bell-rey:

Ke$ha is a perfect example of how the media loves to make intelligent girls seem dumb and bitchy even though they are actually smart and caring. Ke$ha isn’t far from being a feminist icon but the media continues to label her as a dumb drunk party girl.
and Ke$ha is all for loving yourself and equality but she continues to receive harassment from mainstream media. Enough harassment to the point that she developed an eating disorder because of it. She is an example of how horrible and sexist the music industry is.

Ke$ha stands in the category of “gifted genius”, she scored near perfect (1500) on her SAT’s and has an IQ of 140

In all fairness, I don’t think you can lay this on the shoulders of the media in it’s entirety. I mean, some of her hit songs have been named “Tik-Tok” and “Blah, Blah, Blah”. With lyrics about as deep as the names suggest. I’m not arguing that she’s a bad person, and I sure don’t think she’s dumb, but when that’s the kind of material you choose to present yourself with… then that’s how you are choosing to be seen. You can’t go on the track playing dumb drunk party girl and then be mad when people perceive you in that manner. It would be different if people were judging her by looks alone, but they’re not. This about the content she has chosen to create.

I really don’t want to turn this into some sort of big debate….but….there are lots of songs that she sings that are like that and everything I’m not gonna argue about that bc it’s 100% true, but if you actually listen to all the songs on her albums there are decent amounts of songs that actually have meaning. It’s just that those particular songs that she make are the ones that gain popularity and make it onto the charts. And a lot of artist are the same…they make meaningful, wonderful songs and then those other songs that they probably made just for pure fun are the ones that get the popularity and then people go and judge them based on those particular songs when really that’s not who they are bc if you think of it like if I were a famous singer I would probably make songs like that too along with other meaningful songs and then I wouldn’t enjoy all the judgement from the media when they criticize me for this particular songs and that’s why I kind of feel bad for a lot of artists who get all that judgement when they’re getting judged for songs that they probably made just for fun and everyone decided to overlook all those other songs that they wrote from the heart. I’m just saying that that’s the reason I support Ke$ha bc if it weren’t for all the other meaningful songs she writes I probably would be agreeing with you right now.

I totally get where you’re coming from, and absolutely agree with you. But nothing about any of her popular songs have made me want to dig any deeper than what I was currently hearing. I may now, after hearing from you,  but honestly is hard to blame people for being unimpressed at first glance. But beside that,  I really appreciate you talking the time to let me know how you felt. And in such an intelligent and engaging way.  I like it when someone challenges my opinion and makes me reexamine things like this. Thank you! the-fault-in-our-rawrs:

azuregale:

808kangaroo:

taco-bell-rey:

Ke$ha is a perfect example of how the media loves to make intelligent girls seem dumb and bitchy even though they are actually smart and caring. Ke$ha isn’t far from being a feminist icon but the media continues to label her as a dumb drunk party girl.
and Ke$ha is all for loving yourself and equality but she continues to receive harassment from mainstream media. Enough harassment to the point that she developed an eating disorder because of it. She is an example of how horrible and sexist the music industry is.

Ke$ha stands in the category of “gifted genius”, she scored near perfect (1500) on her SAT’s and has an IQ of 140

In all fairness, I don’t think you can lay this on the shoulders of the media in it’s entirety. I mean, some of her hit songs have been named “Tik-Tok” and “Blah, Blah, Blah”. With lyrics about as deep as the names suggest. I’m not arguing that she’s a bad person, and I sure don’t think she’s dumb, but when that’s the kind of material you choose to present yourself with… then that’s how you are choosing to be seen. You can’t go on the track playing dumb drunk party girl and then be mad when people perceive you in that manner. It would be different if people were judging her by looks alone, but they’re not. This about the content she has chosen to create.

I really don’t want to turn this into some sort of big debate….but….there are lots of songs that she sings that are like that and everything I’m not gonna argue about that bc it’s 100% true, but if you actually listen to all the songs on her albums there are decent amounts of songs that actually have meaning. It’s just that those particular songs that she make are the ones that gain popularity and make it onto the charts. And a lot of artist are the same…they make meaningful, wonderful songs and then those other songs that they probably made just for pure fun are the ones that get the popularity and then people go and judge them based on those particular songs when really that’s not who they are bc if you think of it like if I were a famous singer I would probably make songs like that too along with other meaningful songs and then I wouldn’t enjoy all the judgement from the media when they criticize me for this particular songs and that’s why I kind of feel bad for a lot of artists who get all that judgement when they’re getting judged for songs that they probably made just for fun and everyone decided to overlook all those other songs that they wrote from the heart. I’m just saying that that’s the reason I support Ke$ha bc if it weren’t for all the other meaningful songs she writes I probably would be agreeing with you right now.

I totally get where you’re coming from, and absolutely agree with you. But nothing about any of her popular songs have made me want to dig any deeper than what I was currently hearing. I may now, after hearing from you,  but honestly is hard to blame people for being unimpressed at first glance. But beside that,  I really appreciate you talking the time to let me know how you felt. And in such an intelligent and engaging way.  I like it when someone challenges my opinion and makes me reexamine things like this. Thank you! the-fault-in-our-rawrs:

azuregale:

808kangaroo:

taco-bell-rey:

Ke$ha is a perfect example of how the media loves to make intelligent girls seem dumb and bitchy even though they are actually smart and caring. Ke$ha isn’t far from being a feminist icon but the media continues to label her as a dumb drunk party girl.
and Ke$ha is all for loving yourself and equality but she continues to receive harassment from mainstream media. Enough harassment to the point that she developed an eating disorder because of it. She is an example of how horrible and sexist the music industry is.

Ke$ha stands in the category of “gifted genius”, she scored near perfect (1500) on her SAT’s and has an IQ of 140

In all fairness, I don’t think you can lay this on the shoulders of the media in it’s entirety. I mean, some of her hit songs have been named “Tik-Tok” and “Blah, Blah, Blah”. With lyrics about as deep as the names suggest. I’m not arguing that she’s a bad person, and I sure don’t think she’s dumb, but when that’s the kind of material you choose to present yourself with… then that’s how you are choosing to be seen. You can’t go on the track playing dumb drunk party girl and then be mad when people perceive you in that manner. It would be different if people were judging her by looks alone, but they’re not. This about the content she has chosen to create.

I really don’t want to turn this into some sort of big debate….but….there are lots of songs that she sings that are like that and everything I’m not gonna argue about that bc it’s 100% true, but if you actually listen to all the songs on her albums there are decent amounts of songs that actually have meaning. It’s just that those particular songs that she make are the ones that gain popularity and make it onto the charts. And a lot of artist are the same…they make meaningful, wonderful songs and then those other songs that they probably made just for pure fun are the ones that get the popularity and then people go and judge them based on those particular songs when really that’s not who they are bc if you think of it like if I were a famous singer I would probably make songs like that too along with other meaningful songs and then I wouldn’t enjoy all the judgement from the media when they criticize me for this particular songs and that’s why I kind of feel bad for a lot of artists who get all that judgement when they’re getting judged for songs that they probably made just for fun and everyone decided to overlook all those other songs that they wrote from the heart. I’m just saying that that’s the reason I support Ke$ha bc if it weren’t for all the other meaningful songs she writes I probably would be agreeing with you right now.

I totally get where you’re coming from, and absolutely agree with you. But nothing about any of her popular songs have made me want to dig any deeper than what I was currently hearing. I may now, after hearing from you,  but honestly is hard to blame people for being unimpressed at first glance. But beside that,  I really appreciate you talking the time to let me know how you felt. And in such an intelligent and engaging way.  I like it when someone challenges my opinion and makes me reexamine things like this. Thank you! the-fault-in-our-rawrs:

azuregale:

808kangaroo:

taco-bell-rey:

Ke$ha is a perfect example of how the media loves to make intelligent girls seem dumb and bitchy even though they are actually smart and caring. Ke$ha isn’t far from being a feminist icon but the media continues to label her as a dumb drunk party girl.
and Ke$ha is all for loving yourself and equality but she continues to receive harassment from mainstream media. Enough harassment to the point that she developed an eating disorder because of it. She is an example of how horrible and sexist the music industry is.

Ke$ha stands in the category of “gifted genius”, she scored near perfect (1500) on her SAT’s and has an IQ of 140

In all fairness, I don’t think you can lay this on the shoulders of the media in it’s entirety. I mean, some of her hit songs have been named “Tik-Tok” and “Blah, Blah, Blah”. With lyrics about as deep as the names suggest. I’m not arguing that she’s a bad person, and I sure don’t think she’s dumb, but when that’s the kind of material you choose to present yourself with… then that’s how you are choosing to be seen. You can’t go on the track playing dumb drunk party girl and then be mad when people perceive you in that manner. It would be different if people were judging her by looks alone, but they’re not. This about the content she has chosen to create.

I really don’t want to turn this into some sort of big debate….but….there are lots of songs that she sings that are like that and everything I’m not gonna argue about that bc it’s 100% true, but if you actually listen to all the songs on her albums there are decent amounts of songs that actually have meaning. It’s just that those particular songs that she make are the ones that gain popularity and make it onto the charts. And a lot of artist are the same…they make meaningful, wonderful songs and then those other songs that they probably made just for pure fun are the ones that get the popularity and then people go and judge them based on those particular songs when really that’s not who they are bc if you think of it like if I were a famous singer I would probably make songs like that too along with other meaningful songs and then I wouldn’t enjoy all the judgement from the media when they criticize me for this particular songs and that’s why I kind of feel bad for a lot of artists who get all that judgement when they’re getting judged for songs that they probably made just for fun and everyone decided to overlook all those other songs that they wrote from the heart. I’m just saying that that’s the reason I support Ke$ha bc if it weren’t for all the other meaningful songs she writes I probably would be agreeing with you right now.

I totally get where you’re coming from, and absolutely agree with you. But nothing about any of her popular songs have made me want to dig any deeper than what I was currently hearing. I may now, after hearing from you,  but honestly is hard to blame people for being unimpressed at first glance. But beside that,  I really appreciate you talking the time to let me know how you felt. And in such an intelligent and engaging way.  I like it when someone challenges my opinion and makes me reexamine things like this. Thank you! the-fault-in-our-rawrs:

azuregale:

808kangaroo:

taco-bell-rey:

Ke$ha is a perfect example of how the media loves to make intelligent girls seem dumb and bitchy even though they are actually smart and caring. Ke$ha isn’t far from being a feminist icon but the media continues to label her as a dumb drunk party girl.
and Ke$ha is all for loving yourself and equality but she continues to receive harassment from mainstream media. Enough harassment to the point that she developed an eating disorder because of it. She is an example of how horrible and sexist the music industry is.

Ke$ha stands in the category of “gifted genius”, she scored near perfect (1500) on her SAT’s and has an IQ of 140

In all fairness, I don’t think you can lay this on the shoulders of the media in it’s entirety. I mean, some of her hit songs have been named “Tik-Tok” and “Blah, Blah, Blah”. With lyrics about as deep as the names suggest. I’m not arguing that she’s a bad person, and I sure don’t think she’s dumb, but when that’s the kind of material you choose to present yourself with… then that’s how you are choosing to be seen. You can’t go on the track playing dumb drunk party girl and then be mad when people perceive you in that manner. It would be different if people were judging her by looks alone, but they’re not. This about the content she has chosen to create.

I really don’t want to turn this into some sort of big debate….but….there are lots of songs that she sings that are like that and everything I’m not gonna argue about that bc it’s 100% true, but if you actually listen to all the songs on her albums there are decent amounts of songs that actually have meaning. It’s just that those particular songs that she make are the ones that gain popularity and make it onto the charts. And a lot of artist are the same…they make meaningful, wonderful songs and then those other songs that they probably made just for pure fun are the ones that get the popularity and then people go and judge them based on those particular songs when really that’s not who they are bc if you think of it like if I were a famous singer I would probably make songs like that too along with other meaningful songs and then I wouldn’t enjoy all the judgement from the media when they criticize me for this particular songs and that’s why I kind of feel bad for a lot of artists who get all that judgement when they’re getting judged for songs that they probably made just for fun and everyone decided to overlook all those other songs that they wrote from the heart. I’m just saying that that’s the reason I support Ke$ha bc if it weren’t for all the other meaningful songs she writes I probably would be agreeing with you right now.

I totally get where you’re coming from, and absolutely agree with you. But nothing about any of her popular songs have made me want to dig any deeper than what I was currently hearing. I may now, after hearing from you,  but honestly is hard to blame people for being unimpressed at first glance. But beside that,  I really appreciate you talking the time to let me know how you felt. And in such an intelligent and engaging way.  I like it when someone challenges my opinion and makes me reexamine things like this. Thank you! the-fault-in-our-rawrs:

azuregale:

808kangaroo:

taco-bell-rey:

Ke$ha is a perfect example of how the media loves to make intelligent girls seem dumb and bitchy even though they are actually smart and caring. Ke$ha isn’t far from being a feminist icon but the media continues to label her as a dumb drunk party girl.
and Ke$ha is all for loving yourself and equality but she continues to receive harassment from mainstream media. Enough harassment to the point that she developed an eating disorder because of it. She is an example of how horrible and sexist the music industry is.

Ke$ha stands in the category of “gifted genius”, she scored near perfect (1500) on her SAT’s and has an IQ of 140

In all fairness, I don’t think you can lay this on the shoulders of the media in it’s entirety. I mean, some of her hit songs have been named “Tik-Tok” and “Blah, Blah, Blah”. With lyrics about as deep as the names suggest. I’m not arguing that she’s a bad person, and I sure don’t think she’s dumb, but when that’s the kind of material you choose to present yourself with… then that’s how you are choosing to be seen. You can’t go on the track playing dumb drunk party girl and then be mad when people perceive you in that manner. It would be different if people were judging her by looks alone, but they’re not. This about the content she has chosen to create.

I really don’t want to turn this into some sort of big debate….but….there are lots of songs that she sings that are like that and everything I’m not gonna argue about that bc it’s 100% true, but if you actually listen to all the songs on her albums there are decent amounts of songs that actually have meaning. It’s just that those particular songs that she make are the ones that gain popularity and make it onto the charts. And a lot of artist are the same…they make meaningful, wonderful songs and then those other songs that they probably made just for pure fun are the ones that get the popularity and then people go and judge them based on those particular songs when really that’s not who they are bc if you think of it like if I were a famous singer I would probably make songs like that too along with other meaningful songs and then I wouldn’t enjoy all the judgement from the media when they criticize me for this particular songs and that’s why I kind of feel bad for a lot of artists who get all that judgement when they’re getting judged for songs that they probably made just for fun and everyone decided to overlook all those other songs that they wrote from the heart. I’m just saying that that’s the reason I support Ke$ha bc if it weren’t for all the other meaningful songs she writes I probably would be agreeing with you right now.

I totally get where you’re coming from, and absolutely agree with you. But nothing about any of her popular songs have made me want to dig any deeper than what I was currently hearing. I may now, after hearing from you,  but honestly is hard to blame people for being unimpressed at first glance. But beside that,  I really appreciate you talking the time to let me know how you felt. And in such an intelligent and engaging way.  I like it when someone challenges my opinion and makes me reexamine things like this. Thank you!

the-fault-in-our-rawrs:

azuregale:

808kangaroo:

taco-bell-rey:

Ke$ha is a perfect example of how the media loves to make intelligent girls seem dumb and bitchy even though they are actually smart and caring. Ke$ha isn’t far from being a feminist icon but the media continues to label her as a dumb drunk party girl.

and Ke$ha is all for loving yourself and equality but she continues to receive harassment from mainstream media. Enough harassment to the point that she developed an eating disorder because of it. She is an example of how horrible and sexist the music industry is.

Ke$ha stands in the category of “gifted genius”, she scored near perfect (1500) on her SAT’s and has an IQ of 140

In all fairness, I don’t think you can lay this on the shoulders of the media in it’s entirety. I mean, some of her hit songs have been named “Tik-Tok” and “Blah, Blah, Blah”. With lyrics about as deep as the names suggest. I’m not arguing that she’s a bad person, and I sure don’t think she’s dumb, but when that’s the kind of material you choose to present yourself with… then that’s how you are choosing to be seen. You can’t go on the track playing dumb drunk party girl and then be mad when people perceive you in that manner. It would be different if people were judging her by looks alone, but they’re not. This about the content she has chosen to create.

I really don’t want to turn this into some sort of big debate….but….there are lots of songs that she sings that are like that and everything I’m not gonna argue about that bc it’s 100% true, but if you actually listen to all the songs on her albums there are decent amounts of songs that actually have meaning. It’s just that those particular songs that she make are the ones that gain popularity and make it onto the charts.

And a lot of artist are the same…they make meaningful, wonderful songs and then those other songs that they probably made just for pure fun are the ones that get the popularity and then people go and judge them based on those particular songs when really that’s not who they are bc if you think of it like if I were a famous singer I would probably make songs like that too along with other meaningful songs and then I wouldn’t enjoy all the judgement from the media when they criticize me for this particular songs and that’s why I kind of feel bad for a lot of artists who get all that judgement when they’re getting judged for songs that they probably made just for fun and everyone decided to overlook all those other songs that they wrote from the heart.

I’m just saying that that’s the reason I support Ke$ha bc if it weren’t for all the other meaningful songs she writes I probably would be agreeing with you right now.

I totally get where you’re coming from, and absolutely agree with you. But nothing about any of her popular songs have made me want to dig any deeper than what I was currently hearing. I may now, after hearing from you, but honestly is hard to blame people for being unimpressed at first glance.
But beside that, I really appreciate you talking the time to let me know how you felt. And in such an intelligent and engaging way. I like it when someone challenges my opinion and makes me reexamine things like this. Thank you!

Reblogged from : the-fault-in-our-rawrs

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