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Music Videos have been deprived of Sexually Action,
now its time to roll them in...
Typically every summer, music videos become more seductive basically because hot weather has aroused and now its time to become the slut you can't be in the winter - skimpy clothing.
Bikinis, shorts, skirts become the regular on every street, and okay you'll expect that, but music videos take it to another level.
- Te Amo - was the first video I'd seen that had so much sexual content involved that I was like wow, and don't get this wrong but woman on woman action is a little bit more seductive and disapproved upon when kiddiewinks are around, so I've been guessing that some music video producers need something more creative in their creations.
- Notoriously, we know Gaga as one of those that like to jump off the edge with her videos, and not just to dip the toe, we know she goes FULL THROTTLE. ALEJANDRO. is what I call innocent porn. I actually feel embaressed when I get caught watching half naked people grind on some skeleton, ghostly like bed. Handcuffs aswell!! The odds moans at the start. Gaaagaaa.
- Ciara's Ride It. I don't think anyone could get this connatation wrong; It's probably not the most exposed video, but we know CeeCee loves her legs and to move with them, so why not wear a fur coat and a swimsuit that only partially covers the groin. I saw too much pelvis hahahaa. And theres her with Ludacris sexily chewing on her gum. Please...
But yes, I believe a new type of video has evolved, with plenty of sex. Although I do argue that it is creative, and maybe I was being stereotypical about Te Amo, I'm not homophobic, so maybe music is a way to promote same sex relationships as a good thing and not have the negative sprawled all over it.
Thinking now, I actually applaud Rihanna, Gaga, and Ciara, they're taking things a step further, and experimenting with what they have. Paparazzi are doing the same thing right? following down the beaches and whatnot.
Britain and America and Canada are especially not as open as Europe when it comes to sex, they put labels on people that are not orbiting inside the regular. Diversity is the right thing, we can't just have innocent Justin Beiber rocking his fully clothed body, jokes. I love Beiber.
what do you guys think, were music videos sexually deprived?