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Am I right in thinking women dont write positive songs about men?

BadBoy89

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This is a good topic by the OP. I’m older now so I see it too, but I’m 80s 90s 00s and even now it’s all

‘Please don’t go girl.”
‘You won’t came back to me.”
‘What can I do to love you.”
‘My feelings are deep for you.”

Etc, etc. etc.

Why? Because it appeals to woman’s idealistic view of romance, or rather, men’s view of woman’s idealistic view of romance. You appeal to that, the money comes in left and right. And in these songs, men can’t put down women, but women can put down men. It’s accepted, it’s promoted, it’s cherished.

In the West, anything that takes power away from (hot, young, fertile) women is meant with cruel and harsh judgement. Men have to serve women until they turn 38ish. Once they turn this age, then society will allow men to act normal around them.
 

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Also I took my daughter to Birmingham. And there was perfume adverts everywhere, saying "God is a woman" .
I can think of one prevalent group in Birmingham who would be very p1ssed about those ads.
I'm surprised the adverts haven't been blown up or something.
 

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It is multi-faceted. The songs much of the time don't come from the artist. They are written by someone else, then passed to the artist through recording companies, managers, agents, etc. Many artists don't even legally own their own material. Point is time matters too. The 1970's, 80's, 90's songs by women were much more pro male. Whitney Houston's most famous song was "I have Nothing (If I don't Have You)", clearly SIMPing for the guy and subserviant to the guy. But more modern ones, like Taylor Swift as others have pointed out have be horribly anti-male, and in the case of Swift, she wrote and own most of her work and has openly said that she used her own personal dating experienced as material. Of course of she only dates "woke" hollywood crowd betas, combined with her own deep seated anti-male feminsm,...what does she expect to get? Kelly Clarkson's was almost exclusivily "Sassy Anti-Male", but she is also a product of American Idol and probably Jimmy Lavine's recording company (I forget the name). How much of Clarkson's work is really truly hers I don't know. The inexperienced "Idols" from the show are easily manipulated by the System and can be just puppets to the recording companies and promoters.

But yea, I agree with the overall premise that women's music is mostly anti-male while men's music is mostly SIMPing,...but it just has a lot of moving parts and extenuating details to consider.
 

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It is multi-faceted. The songs much of the time don't come from the artist. They are written by someone else, then passed to the artist through recording companies, managers, agents, etc. Many artists don't even legally own their own material. Point is time matters too. The 1970's, 80's, 90's songs by women were much more pro male. Whitney Houston's most famous song was "I have Nothing (If I don't Have You)", clearly SIMPing for the guy and subserviant to the guy. But more modern ones, like Taylor Swift as others have pointed out have be horribly anti-male, and in the case of Swift, she wrote and own most of her work and has openly said that she used her own personal dating experienced as material. Of course of she only dates "woke" hollywood crowd betas, combined with her own deep seated anti-male feminsm,...what does she expect to get? Kelly Clarkson's was almost exclusivily "Sassy Anti-Male", but she is also a product of American Idol and probably Jimmy Lavine's recording company (I forget the name). How much of Clarkson's work is really truly hers I don't know. The inexperienced "Idols" from the show are easily manipulated by the System and can be just puppets to the recording companies and promoters.

But yea, I agree with the overall premise that women's music is mostly anti-male while men's music is mostly SIMPing,...but it just has a lot of moving parts and extenuating details to consider.
I always said that Taylor Swift or any of these curbed female musicians would get very wet in a one night stand with the opposition they assume they have. The most hairy, masculine, anti-liberal man, if she was pinned to the bed by, she would feel the most fire she has in years than anything in her music career. Then her music will change overnight.
 

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I was thinking earlier, male artists still write the most pathetic songs daily that would get you finessed in 2021

Where as female artists dont write any songs simping for men, I literally cant think of one in the last 20 years..

Carly Simon "nobody does it better"
Also SOS band dropped red pill after red pill.#

these are all decades old though

your thoughts?
They do write songs about their Alpha lovers. Rollo once posted bunch of artists writing songs for their "Alphas" and how they rejected them lol.

Here the link:
 

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