This next song starts out in French. I don’t know what the fuck these girls are saying but it’s very cute
I’m used to seeing female bodies perfected and aspects concealed in the media (i.e. in hair removal ads for women hair is never shown). I wasn’t surprised when TMZ requested to interview me about my t-shirt but then cancelled because the image was “too explicit for television” – whereas during Rihanna’s abuse scandal her beaten up face was broadcasted hundreds of times. […] I’m used to hearing the top played songs on the radio tell me “I know you want it – just let me liberate you”, “You don’t know you’re beautiful, that’s what makes you beautiful”, “Put molly all in her champagne / She ain’t even know it / I took her home and I enjoyed that / She ain’t even know it”. […] I’m used to seeing reviews of an award show performance that critiques a female singer for being “slutty” but then fails to even mention the older male behind her. I’m used to reading articles about whole towns harassing a rape victim until she’s forced to leave. I don’t want to be used to this.