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Sex gone wrong video

Sex gone wrong video

Sex gone wrong video

Personally, I love the song and think both Rihanna and Shakira are very talented singers. On the one hand, some viewers found the video perfectly fine and ridiculed others for trying to put restrictions on the singers. Other comments included favoring the video over the song for obvious reasons and on the more lewd end of the scale, calling the clip a "soft porno. Matt Daniells, who is in agreement with this viewpoint, expressed the lucrative side of the video, pointing out that " Does this video promote the freedom of sexual expression or does it promote the objectification of female bodies? Are these women sexy and powerful for being proud of their sexuality or are they attention seekers and "slutty" for dressing so scantily? Half of the comments on the Vevo video discussed a variety of feelings and reactions towards the sexual content, the majority involving references to the singers' butts and a if-you've-got-it-flaunt-it type attitude. A lot of singers, both male and female, use sex-appeal in their music videos, but does that make them sluts and man whores, too? Granted, there's a valid concern for the message being sent to society, but the message itself lies more so in people's interpretations of the video than in the actual clip. Does the lack of clothing and caressing take the video so far as to be a soft porno? Let them live, it's the twenty first century. All she is going to drum up with this video is the wrong sort of fan base. That being said, with such mixed opinions on what's sexy in the media, where do we draw the line? Just as frequently as they talked about the song, viewers commented on the sexual nature of the video, referring to how hot and sexy the two stars are. The video did give me pause at first since I couldn't see how it related to the song, but I found nothing wrong with it in the end. What makes a female singer "sexy" versus the derogatory and distasteful term, a "slut"? These girls are talented but they don't use [their] talent wisely! Sex gone wrong video



For one, both the song and video received positive and negative feedback, as does every musical creation. A lot of singers, both male and female, use sex-appeal in their music videos, but does that make them sluts and man whores, too? That being said, with such mixed opinions on what's sexy in the media, where do we draw the line? Yes, but does that make the starring participants inappropriate? Just as frequently as they talked about the song, viewers commented on the sexual nature of the video, referring to how hot and sexy the two stars are. Other comments included favoring the video over the song for obvious reasons and on the more lewd end of the scale, calling the clip a "soft porno. All she is going to drum up with this video is the wrong sort of fan base. Maybe women wouldn't need to be so provocative all the time if men didn't hypersexualize them and say that all they're good for is sex. These girls are talented but they don't use [their] talent wisely! The comments on YouTube, however, presented a wider range of perspectives. On the one hand, some viewers found the video perfectly fine and ridiculed others for trying to put restrictions on the singers. Does the lack of clothing and caressing take the video so far as to be a soft porno? Granted, there's a valid concern for the message being sent to society, but the message itself lies more so in people's interpretations of the video than in the actual clip. Maybe because this song is so average compared to so many of her other songs. Personally, I love the song and think both Rihanna and Shakira are very talented singers. Get over it. The disappointing factor was how much of the commentary focused on the female singers' bodies. Sex appeal is a part of life, and it's unfortunate where it falls in terms of money involvement. Half of the comments on the Vevo video discussed a variety of feelings and reactions towards the sexual content, the majority involving references to the singers' butts and a if-you've-got-it-flaunt-it type attitude. Matt Daniells, who is in agreement with this viewpoint, expressed the lucrative side of the video, pointing out that " Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. The video did give me pause at first since I couldn't see how it related to the song, but I found nothing wrong with it in the end. Shakira is such a good artist and a brilliant dancer -- why did she let herself be persuaded she needed to do a soft porn video? What makes a female singer "sexy" versus the derogatory and distasteful term, a "slut"?

Sex gone wrong video



Personally, I love the song and think both Rihanna and Shakira are very talented singers. Does this video promote the freedom of sexual expression or does it promote the objectification of female bodies? These girls are talented but they don't use [their] talent wisely! Matt Daniells, who is in agreement with this viewpoint, expressed the lucrative side of the video, pointing out that " The comments on YouTube, however, presented a wider range of perspectives. All she is going to drum up with this video is the wrong sort of fan base. Let them live, it's the twenty first century. Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. The video did give me pause at first since I couldn't see how it related to the song, but I found nothing wrong with it in the end. Does the lack of clothing and caressing take the video so far as to be a soft porno? A lot of singers, both male and female, use sex-appeal in their music videos, but does that make them sluts and man whores, too? The disappointing factor was how much of the commentary focused on the female singers' bodies. What makes a female singer "sexy" versus the derogatory and distasteful term, a "slut"? Get over it. On the one hand, some viewers found the video perfectly fine and ridiculed others for trying to put restrictions on the singers. This in turn brings up the question, what's the defining line between "sexy" vs.



































Sex gone wrong video



A lot of singers, both male and female, use sex-appeal in their music videos, but does that make them sluts and man whores, too? Are these women sexy and powerful for being proud of their sexuality or are they attention seekers and "slutty" for dressing so scantily? These girls are talented but they don't use [their] talent wisely! Yes, but does that make the starring participants inappropriate? All she is going to drum up with this video is the wrong sort of fan base. For one, both the song and video received positive and negative feedback, as does every musical creation. Does the lack of clothing and caressing take the video so far as to be a soft porno? Maybe women wouldn't need to be so provocative all the time if men didn't hypersexualize them and say that all they're good for is sex. Personally, I love the song and think both Rihanna and Shakira are very talented singers. Shakira is such a good artist and a brilliant dancer -- why did she let herself be persuaded she needed to do a soft porn video? Get over it. The disappointing factor was how much of the commentary focused on the female singers' bodies. The video did give me pause at first since I couldn't see how it related to the song, but I found nothing wrong with it in the end. Just as frequently as they talked about the song, viewers commented on the sexual nature of the video, referring to how hot and sexy the two stars are. The comments on YouTube, however, presented a wider range of perspectives. Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. Other comments included favoring the video over the song for obvious reasons and on the more lewd end of the scale, calling the clip a "soft porno. Maybe because this song is so average compared to so many of her other songs. What makes a female singer "sexy" versus the derogatory and distasteful term, a "slut"? This in turn brings up the question, what's the defining line between "sexy" vs. Half of the comments on the Vevo video discussed a variety of feelings and reactions towards the sexual content, the majority involving references to the singers' butts and a if-you've-got-it-flaunt-it type attitude. Sex appeal is a part of life, and it's unfortunate where it falls in terms of money involvement. Granted, there's a valid concern for the message being sent to society, but the message itself lies more so in people's interpretations of the video than in the actual clip. That being said, with such mixed opinions on what's sexy in the media, where do we draw the line? Does this video promote the freedom of sexual expression or does it promote the objectification of female bodies? Matt Daniells, who is in agreement with this viewpoint, expressed the lucrative side of the video, pointing out that " Let them live, it's the twenty first century. On the one hand, some viewers found the video perfectly fine and ridiculed others for trying to put restrictions on the singers.

All she is going to drum up with this video is the wrong sort of fan base. Yes, but does that make the starring participants inappropriate? That being said, with such mixed opinions on what's sexy in the media, where do we draw the line? Does the lack of clothing and caressing take the video so far as to be a soft porno? Just as frequently as they talked about the song, viewers commented on the sexual nature of the video, referring to how hot and sexy the two stars are. The video did give me pause at first since I couldn't see how it related to the song, but I found nothing wrong with it in the end. Half of the comments on the Vevo video discussed a variety of feelings and reactions towards the sexual content, the majority involving references to the singers' butts and a if-you've-got-it-flaunt-it type attitude. Other comments included favoring the video over the song for obvious reasons and on the more lewd end of the scale, calling the clip a "soft porno. Get over it. Maybe women wouldn't need to be so provocative all the time if men didn't hypersexualize them and say that all they're good for is sex. Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. Personally, I love the song and think both Rihanna and Shakira are very talented singers. These girls are talented but they don't use [their] talent wisely! Are these women sexy and powerful for being proud of their sexuality or are they attention seekers and "slutty" for dressing so scantily? The comments on YouTube, however, presented a wider range of perspectives. For one, both the song and video received positive and negative feedback, as does every musical creation. Sex gone wrong video



Shakira is such a good artist and a brilliant dancer -- why did she let herself be persuaded she needed to do a soft porn video? Sex appeal is a part of life, and it's unfortunate where it falls in terms of money involvement. For one, both the song and video received positive and negative feedback, as does every musical creation. Half of the comments on the Vevo video discussed a variety of feelings and reactions towards the sexual content, the majority involving references to the singers' butts and a if-you've-got-it-flaunt-it type attitude. Just as frequently as they talked about the song, viewers commented on the sexual nature of the video, referring to how hot and sexy the two stars are. Yes, but does that make the starring participants inappropriate? Matt Daniells, who is in agreement with this viewpoint, expressed the lucrative side of the video, pointing out that " That being said, with such mixed opinions on what's sexy in the media, where do we draw the line? Personally, I love the song and think both Rihanna and Shakira are very talented singers. Other comments included favoring the video over the song for obvious reasons and on the more lewd end of the scale, calling the clip a "soft porno. The comments on YouTube, however, presented a wider range of perspectives. Does this video promote the freedom of sexual expression or does it promote the objectification of female bodies? Does the lack of clothing and caressing take the video so far as to be a soft porno? Get over it. Are these women sexy and powerful for being proud of their sexuality or are they attention seekers and "slutty" for dressing so scantily? The disappointing factor was how much of the commentary focused on the female singers' bodies. These girls are talented but they don't use [their] talent wisely! Maybe women wouldn't need to be so provocative all the time if men didn't hypersexualize them and say that all they're good for is sex. This in turn brings up the question, what's the defining line between "sexy" vs. What makes a female singer "sexy" versus the derogatory and distasteful term, a "slut"? A lot of singers, both male and female, use sex-appeal in their music videos, but does that make them sluts and man whores, too? All she is going to drum up with this video is the wrong sort of fan base. Let them live, it's the twenty first century. On the one hand, some viewers found the video perfectly fine and ridiculed others for trying to put restrictions on the singers. Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. The video did give me pause at first since I couldn't see how it related to the song, but I found nothing wrong with it in the end. Granted, there's a valid concern for the message being sent to society, but the message itself lies more so in people's interpretations of the video than in the actual clip. Maybe because this song is so average compared to so many of her other songs.

Sex gone wrong video



Matt Daniells, who is in agreement with this viewpoint, expressed the lucrative side of the video, pointing out that " That being said, with such mixed opinions on what's sexy in the media, where do we draw the line? Does this video promote the freedom of sexual expression or does it promote the objectification of female bodies? Yes, but does that make the starring participants inappropriate? Are these women sexy and powerful for being proud of their sexuality or are they attention seekers and "slutty" for dressing so scantily? A lot of singers, both male and female, use sex-appeal in their music videos, but does that make them sluts and man whores, too? Sex appeal is a part of life, and it's unfortunate where it falls in terms of money involvement. Maybe women wouldn't need to be so provocative all the time if men didn't hypersexualize them and say that all they're good for is sex. Let them live, it's the twenty first century. This in turn brings up the question, what's the defining line between "sexy" vs. Just as frequently as they talked about the song, viewers commented on the sexual nature of the video, referring to how hot and sexy the two stars are. The comments on YouTube, however, presented a wider range of perspectives. All she is going to drum up with this video is the wrong sort of fan base. Does the lack of clothing and caressing take the video so far as to be a soft porno? For one, both the song and video received positive and negative feedback, as does every musical creation. The disappointing factor was how much of the commentary focused on the female singers' bodies. Other comments included favoring the video over the song for obvious reasons and on the more lewd end of the scale, calling the clip a "soft porno. Personally, I love the song and think both Rihanna and Shakira are very talented singers. The video did give me pause at first since I couldn't see how it related to the song, but I found nothing wrong with it in the end. Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. Maybe because this song is so average compared to so many of her other songs. These girls are talented but they don't use [their] talent wisely! On the one hand, some viewers found the video perfectly fine and ridiculed others for trying to put restrictions on the singers. Half of the comments on the Vevo video discussed a variety of feelings and reactions towards the sexual content, the majority involving references to the singers' butts and a if-you've-got-it-flaunt-it type attitude.

Sex gone wrong video



Maybe because this song is so average compared to so many of her other songs. Shakira is such a good artist and a brilliant dancer -- why did she let herself be persuaded she needed to do a soft porn video? These girls are talented but they don't use [their] talent wisely! Personally, I love the song and think both Rihanna and Shakira are very talented singers. All she is going to drum up with this video is the wrong sort of fan base. Let them live, it's the twenty first century. The disappointing factor was how much of the commentary focused on the female singers' bodies. Yes, but does that make the starring participants inappropriate? Granted, there's a valid concern for the message being sent to society, but the message itself lies more so in people's interpretations of the video than in the actual clip. Get over it. For one, both the song and video received positive and negative feedback, as does every musical creation. The comments on YouTube, however, presented a wider range of perspectives. Does this video promote the freedom of sexual expression or does it promote the objectification of female bodies? Sex appeal is a part of life, and it's unfortunate where it falls in terms of money involvement. That being said, with such mixed opinions on what's sexy in the media, where do we draw the line? On the one hand, some viewers found the video perfectly fine and ridiculed others for trying to put restrictions on the singers. Matt Daniells, who is in agreement with this viewpoint, expressed the lucrative side of the video, pointing out that " Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. What makes a female singer "sexy" versus the derogatory and distasteful term, a "slut"? Are these women sexy and powerful for being proud of their sexuality or are they attention seekers and "slutty" for dressing so scantily? A lot of singers, both male and female, use sex-appeal in their music videos, but does that make them sluts and man whores, too? Maybe women wouldn't need to be so provocative all the time if men didn't hypersexualize them and say that all they're good for is sex. This in turn brings up the question, what's the defining line between "sexy" vs. Just as frequently as they talked about the song, viewers commented on the sexual nature of the video, referring to how hot and sexy the two stars are. The video did give me pause at first since I couldn't see how it related to the song, but I found nothing wrong with it in the end. Half of the comments on the Vevo video discussed a variety of feelings and reactions towards the sexual content, the majority involving references to the singers' butts and a if-you've-got-it-flaunt-it type attitude. Does the lack of clothing and caressing take the video so far as to be a soft porno? Other comments included favoring the video over the song for obvious reasons and on the more lewd end of the scale, calling the clip a "soft porno.

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  3. A lot of singers, both male and female, use sex-appeal in their music videos, but does that make them sluts and man whores, too? Get over it.

  4. Maybe women wouldn't need to be so provocative all the time if men didn't hypersexualize them and say that all they're good for is sex.

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