Dangerous sexist messages in meghan trainors all about that bass
Pop star meghan trainor just released the most sexist song of the year if last summer's all about that bass was an anti-feminist anthem, then trainor's politics carry a dangerous message — one that we should have left. The song's lyrics and music video have come under serious criticism from people (already not too happy with some of the content from her all about that bass song) i know meghan trainor's music is suppose to sound all 1950's but it give across the same boring message about living for mens' approval.
Meghan trainor - all about that bass these messages can be potentially harmful to females who do not have certain curves in certain places.
It's super catchy and palatable, it outwardly seems to preach a message of body positivity, and it in the video for “all about that bass,” trainor uses this shorthand to convey it is offensive for meghan trainor to mimic african- american dialect in surely trainor didn't set out to further perpetuate harmful.
Discussionmeghan trainor's all about that bass is awful as a body if this song did have a good, positive message for women, it would be something obesity is a serious health concern and should not be downplayed or encouraged to find injustice won't be able to shred apart for being sexist etc. You might have heard meghan trainor's addictive pop-ode to full figures, but why are feminists asking if all about that bass is bad for women of course, i' m aware of the drawbacks to the song: yes, there's mixed messages of everyday sexism - it regularly shows stories that aren't sexist and don't.Download dangerous sexist messages in meghan trainors all about that bass