While people are freaking out over Kim Davis and the Nicole Arbour video, another new debate just exploded on the internet today. Is it racist to not have sex with people who are not in your own race? The question is actually pretty interesting, really.
What do I think? You probably wonder if I would sleep with women who are not white. Would I? Absolutely, I would! I love black girls and I love Asian girls too. Preference don’t really matter to me really. I don’t care about skin color. I treat them like people. If I love them and if they love me, that’s all that matters really.
Does it make someone racist if you refuse to sleep with blacks, asians, hispanics or whatever?
No, it absolutely does not. The word “racist” has been beaten to death throughout the 8 years of Obama’s presidency and I’m tired of it already. Preference doesn’t matter to me but I can understand why it matters to others. Another silly and dumb debate about “race”. All that Ferguson and Freddie Gray stuff is all over and done with so liberals need to try to find something else to do some more race-baiting on… keep it going.
Look like Chrissie Hynde is not backing down on blaming victims for assault and rape… she continues on with some more interesting points. In this article, she calls out the pop music industry on how they all promote sex like Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj. Ya know, being half naked in their videos, bumping, grinding, twerking, etc. Both Miley and Nicki call themselves feminists but they look like hypocrites when all they’re gonna do is look like prostitutes and porn stars.
Of course, sex in music is nothing new. Sex in pop music goes way back long before Miley and Nicki. Sex in music I believe started around the Disco 70’s eras but Madonna took sex in music to another new level.
These days that’s all you see in the pop music industry. Sex, sex, sex…. ugggggghhhh. Sex in music is getting worse too. Why? Because Sex is what makes the industry the big money. Without all the sex, they wouldn’t sell as many records. Sex sells, I guess. It does seem that the pop music industry has turned into the porn industry. Chrissie is so right on about that.