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  1. The advert makes sweeping generalisations about men which I will agree comes across as condescending towards them. I think it would be very interesting to see an advert targeting 'toxic femininity' in order to counter-balance the argument here. And yes, it does exist where females will use "sneakier" or less overt ways to exercise violence, power and control, particularly evident in working cultures and educational establishments. As a gay man who I guess outwardly appears '"straight", I have experienced this first hand on frequent occasions throughout my working life to the extent I would class this as sexist discrimination from females on the basis of gender, and in some instances, sexuality. Yes, men can sometimes be rotten hideous people but they can also be magnificent individuals - conversely as women can be. There just seems to be a constant discourse in society that seems to encourage the disparagement and disrespect of men which isn't really solving the problem of 'toxic masculinity' due to the inherent negativity within the discourse. Just as women should be championed and supported, men deserve to be championed and supported too as this may help them to steer clear of the path of 'toxic masculinity'. And no, I am not a misogynist, rapist, murderer, abuser or even a person who is necessarily 'politically correct'. I am just someone who believes in balance and fairness.
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    Troye Sivan

    I think My My My! is one of the most interesting pop productions I've heard in a long time...I think it was referred to as fantasy-pop or utopian-pop when it was first released. Bloom is also gem of a pop song. I can see Troye achieving even bigger things in the future.
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    Fabulous Boy George Interview

    Love him or loathe him - he is an icon and a trailblazer...not to mention a supremely talented songwriter. I used to dislike him as a teenager only because I was more obsessed with Madonna but as an adult I see how much he and Culture Club have done for the LGBT community and culture at large.
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    Your top albums of 2018

    Top 3 albums from 2018 include: 1. All Saints - Testament 2. Kacey Musgraves - Golden Hour 3. Troye Sivan - Bloom
  5. I actually thought it was a joke when I first heard this song. It's REALLY REALLY BAD! Had no expectations from Smith but as a Harris follow-up to 'One Kiss' it's atrocious in comparison.
  6. Yes, Red Flag was a good album but not as solid as Testament. They really have made some great music. Quite underrated imo!
  7. Well it kind of is a comeback album for them despite the Red Flag album in 2016. Red Flag was more a vehicle to reintroduce them to the general public and generate interest. This really stands out as a STRONG album and way better than Red Flag in terms of beautiful vocals, lyrics and production. Try it - I doubt you or anyone will be disappointed.
  8. Just how AMAZING is the new All Saint's album, 'Testament'! Some amazing tracks with stunning productions including collaborations with Mr Bubbles himself, William Orbit (After All and Testament in Motion). This is a really strong comeback album!
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    Troye Sivan

    Oh yeah...on the colour chart below I'd say his hole is 'blush' pink.
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    Troye Sivan

    He is beautiful. I bet he has one of those completely smooth plastic looking twink holes that just loves being tongue fucked for hours.
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    Justin Timberlake thread

    I can't bring myself to endure the entire album. That lead single was bad enough to put me right off...utter pretentious drivel! George Michael he is NOT!
  12. How about The Jammers, 'Be Mine Tonight' and D-Train's, 'You're the One for Me'. Both from 1982 and remixed by our very own Shep Pettibone.