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  1. Yep, i hope one day people will realise that real masculinity is enjoying things society deems feminine and not being insecure about it taking away from your masculinity. Had a kid tell me some of my music choice is "Girly" if you're so insecure about the things that I enjoy but I'm not, who's the real "Man" here? Stupid society.
  2. Yep, i hope one day people will realise that real masculinity is enjoying things society deems feminine and not being insecure about it taking away from your masculinity. Had a kid tell me some of my music choice is "Girly" if you're so insecure about the things that I enjoy but I'm not, who's the real "Man" here? Stupid society.
  3. Yep, i hope one day people will realise that real masculinity is enjoying things society deems feminine and not being insecure about it taking away from your masculinity. Had a kid tell me some of my music choice is "Girly" if you're so insecure about the things that I enjoy but I'm not, who's the real "Man" here? Stupid society.
  4. Yeeees! I'm tired of people saying that only gays listen to pop music, like come on, that's impossible. The pop industry gets billions of views, pop music gets so much traction, so much sales, there is no way that all those pop consumers are gay men. I think a huge amount of straight men are insecure about admitting that they're into it. It's soooo stupid because at the end of the day, pop music is literally just another form of entertainment, like movies, video games, animes etc. Some people are truly missing out. Pop music isn't just some catchy ear candy tricks, pop music can be experimental and have substance as well Thank you so much for the points, i really appreciate it, i swear you're one of the kindest people on this forum! I couldn't agree more with this post and all the other ones in this thread, i'm glad that there are still some unbiased, tolerant people out there, it makes me feel better and restores my faith in humanity a bit when I see that there are people who are as open-minded as you, compared to all that toxic masc mentality that still exists today, in 2020. There's no shame in liking catchy, pleasant music. A good song is a good song. I have an abnormally wide and strange variety in my musical taste, so I'm used to being made fun of. I'm a big guy, 6'1", beard, tattoos, but can regularly be found jamming to some sweet Britney jams, J-pop, 70's funk and disco as well. I honestly love pop music It's kind of ironic cause you wouldn't except me listen to that kind of music when you see me irl When you don't have a fragile sense of masculinity. You realise the music you listen to doesn't mean you're a man or not. You already know you're a man. The older I get, the less importance I put on genre, labels, etc. If it gets my toes tapping its all good with me
  5. Does anyone else hates this? Music is music and if people can't accept you for your musical preferences, **** 'em. Life is too damned short to deny yourself one of the few true pleasures of life. Music is supposed to make you feel things, if "girly" bebopping songs make you happy, listen to them! Listen to whatever pleases you. Music is something that speaks out to you and puts you in the zone weather it's for studying or working out. Don't be persuaded by the media or your friends to try and like a song, feel it for yourself. i JUST needed to pass a message to say... Enjoy what you enjoy and don't let others place their insecurities on your back. Rest assured that a huge number of men enjoy "girly" things of one sort or another and it's not a bad thing in the least. People that are so insecure about themselves that they have to make fun of other people for what they do is stupid. It's the weakest form of human being. We should stop caring about it. **** it. Paint your nails. Do the dishes. Listen to """"girly"""" music. Really though, who gives a ****. Like...why is girly seen as a bad thing? What is wrong with this world? You don't have to be "macho" 100% of the time to be a man. There's no point doing **** you don't like just to make other people happy. Anybody that's worth caring about won't give a **** what you do. Once you stop worrying about everyone else's opinion of you you'll be a lot happier. The people that matter won't mind.
  6. This is very true. I think if you have to force yourself into liking something just because youre a "fan" it's not what i would call, an healthy obsession. Because...It's not like your idol will know/care that you don't like that album or whatever decision she made that turned you off. It's like those people are embracing their delusion. There's too much music out there to be stressing on an album that didn't click.
  7. I swear people pick celebs to stan as if they are picking a character in an RPG (role playing game). They see their choice of which celebs to stan as an extension of themselves because they have this image of themselves that they want to project to others. They become identities, and we all know how vigorously people will defend their own identities. Without trying to get too big here, I think the 2010s will be defined by identity politics and the increased number of ways we can define ourselves which is of course good and bad. Stan culture is just one of the many new ways people are choosing to define themselves. Stan culture is so unhealthy for a number of reasons but namely that we forget our faves are humans, too. We treat them like untouchable gods or objects belonging to everyone, but when they show themselves for being flawed humans like the rest of us we discard them. Then it won't be long till we place someone new on that pedestal. It's kinda vicious. I wonder if we, as a society, will ever move away from worshipping celebrities ? I follow a bunch of fan accounts for TV shows that I like and these people have slowly morphed from just standard fans of the show to people who treat the actors like they're their friends. You know how some people see Taylor Swift as their friend / sister? That, except worse... There's this one girl and she goes to like ten of those Comic Con type things a year and does a cosplay each time. There's this group of actors that she always meets, and then one in particular, to the point where they all know her name, her job, family issues, etc and it's so damn weird to me.
  8. Madonna has never been groundbreaking musically let's be real. i DO like the American Life album tho. But she's kinda the reason why everyone is acting like a prostitute nowadays. Madonna was a poseur. She became what she needed to be in order to cash in. Once she cashed in, she dropped out of view. When she needed to cash in again, she surfaced as what she needed to be in order to cash in. Then dropped out again. She played the "shock factor" and "be edgy for attention" games early on which may account for some not caring for her or she's just so popular that she also has tons of haters. You will see her occasionally drop back in to "reinvent herself" (aka get some more money from her fans) and then she disappears again. She's an amazing business woman/opportunist tho, i'll give her that , she's a genius when it comes to marketing.
  9. Yep. There's something try-hard about them
  10. post singers you can't stand /turn you off, whether it's their voice, behavior, etc
  11. MTV is dumb as **** for not booking Blackpink , they're not even nominated when they just broke the Youtube record wtf? They're the biggest kpop group atm.
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