April 9, 2007

More Than Music, and By That I Mean Sex

Escape to a land without authority figures dragging you down. A world where you can be with who you want, they way you want, and when you want. Music can take you there, whether via Neo-soul and R&B artist Maxwell

and his seductively smooth sounds,

or country music siren Faith Hill

and her sweet and innocent melodies.

M usic let's your imagination roam free. When you are listening to music there is no need for you to be ashamed or scared of sexuality as it is out there. Some of us have trouble talking about sex, but singing about sex, that makes it so much easier.

"Let's talk about sex, baby, let's talk about you and me" - Salt-n-Peppa

We tend to be reserved about sex and nudity. I would argue that this topic, along with death
and those feelings associated with
loss, are the two most taboo subjects in our society today. We need not be ashamed
of our bodies. Every time we let the "ethical" end of corporations sideline a song,
we let them win. We should not censor bands nor should we prevent or discourage our friends and relatives from joining them. People can join bands to express themselves better or they could just join a band to get laid. We all have needs, after all.

In fact, in the Pussycat Dolls' recent reality show, one of the challenges was to show that you have confidence in yourself by dancing in a box for seedy old men. Not exactly what most people think rock stars should do.

Balfour of "24"
[Jamie "Apollo" Bamber
of "Battlestar Galactica"
Tiffany Mulheron

Men's Underwear Fashion Show


top 5 songs to have sex to:

5. Marvin Gaye- "Let's Get It On"
4. Alexander Scriabin - "Poem of Ecstasy"
3. Addictive Beats - "Saeed & Palash"
2. Erykah Badu - "Worldwide Underground"
1. SportsCenter theme song

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