Anonymous asked: Okay that bitch is pissing me off. Blurred lines is about rape. End of conversation
No it isn’t. It’s about rape if you have the reading comprehension of a dumbass. There is nothing in the song that implies that the man is forcing himself on the woman. To the contrary the situation is very consensual, they are together probably dancing or something, and she is coming onto him very strongly, “grabbing him.” Because of this he believes she wants to take it further, so he invites her to, “go ahead girl, get at me.” But she feels herself a “good girl,” not wanting to be seen as a “slut” by those around him for sleeping with him. He wants her to be “liberated” and not care about that sexist belief. The “blurred lines” are the lines between a woman presenting herself as “innocent & pure~” but having a “wild side” that she tries to hide but comes forward on occasion. There. That’s the song. I dare you to argue otherwise.