Iron Women In Pop Music: Song Analysis

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women, Be strong , think out of the box Iron women in pop music- Pink This article based on the feminist perspectives of Pinks music, who is popular pop singer and song writer. I have selected two songs of Pink which give messages to all women around the world, to be independent and don’t be frame to stereotypes. The first song I have selected is Pinks “Stupid girls”. Popular culture created the image of women as girlish, following popular celebrities, should be fit in to the beauty standards of the popular culture which has created by the media. The social image and the perspective of the women has created with marketing purposes. For example, having a nice slim body, fair colour skin, wearing push up bras and having big boobs and butts,…show more content…
Women becomes stupid and try to depend on men, who can spend on them. they identify it as a stupidity. Most girls In this song, she wanted to give a message, what is most girls attitude and what are they expecting, what kind of dreams they have. She says she is not one of these most girls, she is independent, because she has a job, job, she pays her own rent. Hence she doesn’t have narrow purposes and expect those things from a man. “Couldn't be more fly, getting paid was everything But I'm not every girl and I don't need that world to validate me Cuz shorty's got a job, shorty's got a car, shorty can pay her own rent Don't wanna dance if it is not in my heart” She says Most girls want to find rich men, but she is not looking for economical capacities of the men. She is independent and she needs a man, who can identify the real love. She says when someone does not respect women and her emotion, it is useless to be with the man because his high ecioomical capacity and because he spend money on her. MOST GIRLS want a man with the bling bling Got my own thing, got the ching ching I just want real love MOST GIRLS want a man with the mean green Don't wanna dance if he can't be everything that I dream of A man that understands real

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