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After reading the previous post (the one dissing discussing Adam Lambert's public performance of For Your Entertainment), I just had to say something.

I agree that it was, well, a little too explicit to be shown on TV. After all, we don't want our children growing up smooching same-sex keyboardists, do we?

But, I've been reading up on this matter (since I AM writing a post about it), and I find it wickedly funny that lesbianism on TV is not censored. Take, say, Madonna's famous kiss with Britney Spears. I mean, it's not even hot: anything involving muscle-bound Madonna is plain scary, as this article so hilariously describes.

Oh, and about the song, I actually thought it quite catchy. The title, For Your Entertainment, reminded me a bit of Robbie Williams' Let Me Entertain You, which isn't very sexually charged (until I checked the lyrics, but that's besides the point XD). At least it's better than Britney Spears' "Amy" song, right?

The lyrics of For Your Entertainment also didn't seem particularly vulgar. Take other current artistes' song lyrics and compare; FYE may even pale in comparison. And besides, if the authorities believe that the lyrics would pollute children's minds, Lazybones' experiment proves it otherwise. Innocent children would not understand a single word.

Basically, this huge controversy is over homosexuality. It proves that the world is not yet ready to watch two males (or more, god forbid) snog publicly. Or perform other obcene moves, for that matter.

P.S. If you
[A] are a hardcore Madonna fan and would like to send me hate mail, please understand that I DIDN'T write anything.
[B] are Madonna and visited this site and read this post, may I have your autograph please? :DDD

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