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Response to F4lconF16 (Original post)

Sun Jun 5, 2016, 09:28 PM

1. No, not at all


Absolutely not. If anything, it depicts the woman as a person to be loved, embraced, held tightly, etc. If you think stay-at-home moms are weak tools who are abused and objectified on a daily basis, conclusions of objectification in this piece might seem marginally justified.
Is it an overplayed, vapid, redundant song, like most put out by the corporate radio? Maybe. But particularly sexist? Not in the least.

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