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Are you embarrassed about your music taste?

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No but I'm embarrassed for straight locals' tragic taste

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No, because I only listen to male artists who write their music.

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sort of but not really 

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2 hours ago, FloridaKilos said:

I love this loud, vibrant twink post. But Slayyyter is absolutely cancerous to the ears I'm sorry. Love Sophie though.

thank you! :sistrens: 

 

i just don't understand it… being meek about your passions… i love hearing people talk about theirs and seeing how their faces light up. i can and will talk about my girls in depth (esp my trinity: gaga, lana, charli) and if the other party is being rigid about it then i will succinctly direct them to **** off. period.

 

i'm just a very forward person and wear my heart on my sleeve. i love what i love because i love it and i don't need anyone else's approval to confirm what i already know—that i have excellent taste, including slayyyter—because i am WHAT? sickening

 

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No. I let everyone i meet know i love Whitney and Mariah and Adele in that specific order

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I used to be a bit apprehensive about immediately showing my love for the pop girls but I realized that there's really no point in hiding your music taste :michael: What I've noticed though is that in recent years, people usually react to me listing Britney, Gaga, Madonna, Spice Girls etc. as my faves with stuff like "Oh my god, I love that so much" or "Oh that's so cool!!" as if they're somewhat admiring that I'm admitting to loving the pop girls :lmao:

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No, I like a few genres - pop, rap, hiphop, r&b, rock, dance/edm. 

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lmfao no :michael:

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Not one bit.

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Nope, not at all. I've learned to truly embrace it. It makes me... me. And I find the music I listen to to be quite good. I love showing people music I like.

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In high school yes lol 

 

one time my iPod started playing gimme more and I got beat up 

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Absolutely not.

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no i use to wear my dangerous woman tour shirt all the time in uni.

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no! i like many people here listen to super talented FEMALE artists that have all impacted our lives through their music/messages. no one should feel embarrassed about that 

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On 7/11/2019 at 9:31 PM, G.U.Y. Gaga said:

In high school yes lol 

 

one time my iPod started playing gimme more and I got beat up 

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Sometimes honestly. I'm truly starting to not care though

 

I just bought a pickup truck and I lowkey love pulling up to red lights blasting girl pop now bc people are always shook at the masc/femme juxtaposition :jonny: breaking gender roles feels so good when you see the look on a redneck's face 

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Not around people I am close with but like I’m not telling (straight) strangers that my most listened artists are CupcakKe and already disbanded Korean girl groups.

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No lol 

 

Even stuff I’m not that deep into, I don’t know a whole lot about Kpop outside of a couple groups but this colleague does and I’ll gladly discuss with her what I know for the whole office to hear, who cares

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