Pop, sex, and moral hypocrisy

What’s the reason why I prefer 80’s music? The way pop music is now. Since the late 90’s, pop has always been about sex, and have been militantly trying to sell sex to young teens, and even to children.


No question about it. She’s a hooker.

There’s something funny going on in the pop industry. Apparently the pop industry is allowed to make music videos that are nothing but sex parties, and can keep doing this even when children are watching this, to the point that they might as well be selling sex to little girls. But if any other form of pop culture did it, then it’s considered “immoral”. Ladies and gentlemen, that’s hypocrisy. We have been raised with Judeo-Christian values for over 1500 years, so that means our society shouldn’t normally take kindly to selling sex to children. But apparently, not only do people not know this is going on, but are actually letting it continue, either because they don’t think it’s wrong, or are ignorant of the situation anyway.

To put it bluntly, the pop industry nowadays is basically one massive prostitution ring, except it’s all kosher. If that’s not bad enough, I actually talked to a friend of mine yesterday, and when I raised this to him, he gave me a tip-off that Rihanna made a particularly suggestive pop song in 2011 called “S&M”, which is basically a pop song about bondage and sadomasochism, which are central the song’s theme’s. I was unaware of this moral crime against humanity until he told me, and he also told me that he could see children dancing to the song, despite its overtly sexual and sadomasochistic lyrics, not to mention the music video, which I won’t show you. It would just go against every moral fibre in my body to do so. What’s even worse is that Rihanna is actually interested in bondage and sadomasochism.

What’s wrong with this world? We live in a society that pretends it’s moral and good and junk, but allows a music video about bondage and sadomasochism to be shown to children. Who is really immoral in our society; atheists, drug users, prostitutes? No, it’s the pop industry, which is not just immoral, but amoral, and to the point that they would actively seek to destroy every moral boundary in our society just so they can sell their sexy meat to our kids. They’re the reason why teens are having sex and relationships so young when they’re so confused and irresponsible, thus leading to a rise in teen pregnancies. Thanks to that, some say we have the worst levels of teen pregnancy in all of Europe, and the pop stars feel no remorse whatsoever!

I mean, for God’s sake the pop industry corrupting our kids, and they’re not even being honest about it! The most damning part of it all is the fact that the parents aren’t even aware, they are aren’t even keeping their kids froms being exposed to content that’s obviously inappropriate for their age. Not only that, but it seems as though the parents, and the teachers, have accepted the blatantly sexual nature of pop as though it’s normal, while rejecting anything else that does the exact same thing as “immoral”. I’m not saying we should ban pop though. I’m saying we should demand that they stop corrupting our kids, and actually go get a soul for once!

Damn, I sound like an angry preacher ranting on about “the Apocalypse”. But you know what? The pop music didn’t start getting more misogynistic than hip-hop until around the year 1999, and it kept on going through the year 2000 and every year after that. Around that time, there was all this madness about “Y2K” and the apocalypse. You know what I think? If the apocalypse did happen in 2000, it would be torrent of trashy pop music, and the corruption of our kids with overtly sexy videos.

Great, the Apocalypse happened and it’s all this album’s fault!

The message of this post is that we shouldn’t allow ourselves to be deceived by the moral hypocrites and the pop stars, especially if the pop stars are poor role models for the next generation of girls.


4 thoughts on “Pop, sex, and moral hypocrisy

  1. Sex and Pop music are long time lovers. Marvin Gaye’s Sexual Healing, Olivia Newton John’s Let’s Get Physical, Depeche Mode’s The World in My Eyes, Sting’s Roxanne, Billy Joe’s Sometimes a Fantasy, etc. are all about sex or in the case of Roxanne prostitution. There is poetry from the 1800s about sex (poetry used to be pop music). It’s here to stay. As a matter of fact, every aspect of pop culture sells sex with the general exclusion of children’s programming.
    What’s actually happening is that negligent/absentee/absent minded parents are selling and promoting sex to their children. Scanty bikinis for toddlers and small children, parents telling their children to show more skin, that they’re only as valuable as the amount of people they sleep with and/or have the option to sleep with.

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  3. I hate pop with a passion, and the reason…. pop songs selling sex to children. Thanks for bringing up this topic. Hopefully it will open people’s eyes and metaphorically shout ” WAKE THE f*** up in their ear” – Dom

  4. Personally, I believe the depravity and its impact on children is less an issue to me than the dishonesty and hypocrisy at large. Moreover, the problem of pop trying to be a genre for the masses, intertwined with people blindly assigned pop stars, and other celebrities, as babysitters for our children (or, as you said, role models).

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