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Misandry in music

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Misandry in music

Post by tom » February 15th, 2016, 3:07 am

Roar by Kate Perry, while not unique as there are so many man hating songs by female pop artist. This can really illustrate the difference in how women view relationships. Its so simple, just take these songs at face value.

Verses how guys take relationships, again so many songs from male artist with similar types of themes. Very different from the typical female pop artist today.
Beatles, And I Love Her.

This sums up the differences:
Female pop artist: Your a piece of crap, I have no respect for you and I'm a god.
Male pop artist: I love you and will do anything for you.

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