Dancing, feminism, Music

My Favourite ‘Girl Power’ Anthems

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Now, you all know that I love dancing (even though I am absolutely terrible at it!). Dancing just has this amazing power to make you feel great, no matter what kind of mood you’re in. However, what I’ve found is that when I’m dancing and singing along to a song that has a positive, empowering message, my mood is uplifted almost instantly! I believe if you give a woman the right playlist, she can feel ready to take on the world. So, I thought it would be only fitting for today’s post to be about some of my favourite girl-power anthems! All of these songs reinforce positive ideas about what it means to be a female, touching on themes like empowerment, self-confidence and friendship. Hopefully you’ll love them as much as I do!

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Essays, feminism, Music

Not So ‘Pretty’, Girls?

It was only very recently that Iggy Azalea and Britney Spears’ collaboration ‘Pretty Girls’ was released for the world to hear, and needless to say it was everything that we would expect of a Britney/Iggy collaboration. Dance routine? Check. Rap section? Check. Catchy hook? Check. After only hearing the song once I was actually catching myself wandering around the house singing the chorus! Britney and Iggy’s song is certainly a contender for the most catchy song of the American summer, a spot that was arguably held by Iggy’s smash-hit ‘Fancy’ last year. However, is this song really the piece of fun, pop goodness that it seems, or is there something a little less sweet hidden beneath the sugar-coating?

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Music

Can We All Talk About Taylor Swift’s Bad Blood Music Video?

Alrighty, emergency blog post time!

I’m not usually one for breaking out of my blogging routine, however there are times where something astronomically important/extraordinary happens and I feel I need to share my views about it with the world. I was just planning on having a lazy day today, leaving off posting until Tuesday and having a bit of a break.

However, when I noticed a certain little article in my news feed, everything changed.

Every. Thing. Changed.

But Daisy, what happened? You may ask.

I’ll tell you what happened.

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