talking about Beyonce’s feminist manifesto
I think speak “Perfection is the disease of a nation” and to be part of the industry which forces people to torment itself - hypocritically . it not revolt against system, it is just money. the feminism and idea of the strong woman well for sale now .
it isn’t bad, business is business! but it isn’t worthy admiration. Beyonce just does her work. it doesn’t do it by the good person or the hero, she well works, she well sells
her photos are retouched, the professional operator puts lamps so that she looked beautiful. it is the beautiful picture, guys compare girlfriends to pictures, the girl thinks that she the freak both goes on a diet and thinks only of a form her bottoms and blah blah you know this stories
Beyonce it’s part of the industry which does people obsessed with beauty. stars which look like real people are simply necessary to us.
thanks for attention, I hope you understand my english
I agree totally with the fact she is a part of the industry and that’s why she can not be fully against it, but I also appreciate the fact she can not quit it immediately. She is a part of that industry so she must use the “common language” of such, otherwise her art would have no exposure to the audience, no sponsorship etc. - people who gives money for recording and shooting videos for her wouldn’t want to deny The Rules. This kind of business (probably in an uglier way) has it’s own genre rules just in a way which classical theatre had in XIX century. And if she want to approach her huge audience she gained previously, she must continue following those. I also don’t really care if it was her idea or if it’s becoming a kind of a trend for money making - the ideas begin spreading, and one (hopefully) will hear it. It would also make me even more happy if it IS a trend - I’m totally supporting this kind of trends. And if the music/beauty business despite all its violence may help us to expose our ideas to people who would never ever care otherwise - I’m glad.
(I’m also not yet sure if the release is actually commercially successful. I’ve a couple of “white male” reviews on it - “the song isn’t catching, the video is just an average one”)