Let’s Talk About Sex

“Call me crazy but I have about as much interest in fucking a selfish misogynist as I do listening to selfish misogynist bragging about how much pussy he gets over a loop of plagiarized musi…oops, I mean a sample.”

Honestly I really don’t know what to write about today, so I’m just going to write about what’s on my mind 99% of the day – SEX.  I’m in one of “those” moods where I am on the cusp of just blurting out all my super personal dirty laundry for the world to see. My mother says I lack discretion. Her thought process behind all this is that I write songs that are too “sexually explicit” and reveal too much of my body in music videos. I feel kind of bad for saying this because my mother is a sweet old woman, but her concerns are completely laughable. She has NO clue about what kind of content other artists put out. She’s incredibly sheltered and naive and has obviously never heard Closer by Nine Inch Nails.

That’s me covered in oil & uv ink getting down and dirty with my co-star in Lapdance Romance

I on the other hand embrace my sexuality and love expressing it artistically. I mean, who doesn’t like
a good fuck? I know I do. If one can translate the experience of a hard, sweaty, dirty lay through an artistic medium than I say, “LETS DO IT!” I think the reason so much music out there is about sex is because sex is relateable. Everyone on this earth at some point is going to engage in some kind of sex act(masturbation counts).

Every genre of music has sex songs. They focus of sex tends to vary by genre, and I think what type of musical genre a person is drawn to reveals quite a bit about them sexually. I know it does in my case.

For example country and R&B tend focus on “making love.” Personally that term makes me a little queasy so I kinda throw up in my mouth a little if someone refers to sex as “making love.” I’ts just too sweet and sappy for my appetite. It’s no surprise that both of those genres don’t appeal to me at all.

Punk music on the other hand has a lot of masturbation references. Which makes sense if you think about it, because punk music is tends to be juvenile and simplistic, and lets face it, most of the sex you have as a juvenile is going to be with yourself and it doesn’t get any simpler than that. On a side note, I’m a pretty big fan of punk music. *wink wink*

Pop music sex references tend to be pretty vanilla and generic much like the genre itself. The references are there but they’re tired and overused. Again, just like everything within the pop genre. Not a huge fan of pop.

Rap/Hip Hop or what ever the fuck it’s called these days is the one that actually irks me the most on a sexual level. Having worked in strip clubs I’ve been subjected to a lot of this particular genre. If a rap song isn’t about money, drugs or “thug life” then it’s gonna be about sex. I don’t know what it is about these artists, but I were to use lyrics as an indicator of their sexual ability I’d have to say that these guys don’t know how to fuck at all. Most of the time the song is about some dude talking about how feels like some “bitch” should be sucking his dick and then how she’s such a “ho” for doing it. Call me crazy but I have about as much interest in fucking a selfish misogynist as I do listening to selfish misogynist bragging about how much pussy he gets over a loop of plagiarized musi…oops, I mean a sample.

I’m not gonna go through every genre of music, but I am going to end off with my genre. I’m an artist of the goth/electro/industrial variety. The sex songs are dark, psychologically driven, explicit at times and tend to be of the kinkier variety. Which pretty much sums me up. But I’ll let you be the judge. My music video Lapdance Romance is a toned down version of my animistic side. Enjoy!

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