Overall I feel the The Fame and The Fame Monster were better albums. I like BTW, but I don't play it as much as I still play her first two. I've also had friends who rocked her first 1.5 albums but don't like BTW because they feel like she went "overboard" with her "gay pandering." Their thing is it's hard enough to be a straight male pop fan, but to then be an open fan of Gaga leads to stereotyping. I told them that it's not pandering, though people may think she is -- she genuinely cares and if her activism bothers them that much then maybe they shouldn't listen to her music.
★ ★ ★ SLAYING IN 2013 POP TRINITY ★ ★ ★ Beyonce | Justin Timberlake | Britney Spears
The album only has two self-empowering songs. How were Government Hooker, Bloody Mary, HML, etc. made to make insecure people feel better?
As I think back.
Marry the Night is self empowering. She will keep fighting.
Born This Way is.
Judas is. She said its about facing your own demons.
Scheisse is female-self-empowerment.
Hair is self-empowerment .
Bad Kids also.
High Way Unicorn is empowering. Don't worry someday you will find true love.
Electric Chapel is empowering.: Dont be afraid you are safe in my concert.
The Queen is feminist/self-empowring also.
Well some these are empowering from her perspective but if you identify with them you can feel epowered. This album really is all about empowerment.
No emotional baggage just big bags filled with Dior