Posted on March 18, 2013 with 12 notes.
Tagged with just a thought, Chime For Change, Beyoncé, .

Unpopular Opinion Time

As much as I love Beyoncé, and as much as I love her new song… it makes her look like a hypocrite.

She’s over here trying to stand for women’s rights, and yet she calls girls bitches in her new song.

I mean, >I< understand that she doesn’t mean anything by it, and >I< understand that the word ‘bitch’ doesn’t always have a negative connotation behind it, but not everyone understands that.

Hell, I say ‘bitch’ all the time, but I’m also not the poster person for Chime For Change, a global campaign to raise funds and awareness for girls’ and women’s empowerment. And calling another girl/woman a word with a negative stigma does not help women empowerment.

But hey, I’m still going to shake my ass to the song whenever it comes on.

  1. taylernogang93 reblogged this from sailorgoons
  2. mayramaiden reblogged this from sailorgoons and added:
    "MEN CAN BE BITCHES TOO" True
  3. samjoonyuh reblogged this from sailorgoons and added:
    "I know when you were a little girl, you dreamnt of being in my world." But I totally agree with you. Men can be...
  4. iamwonderland reblogged this from sailorgoons and added:
    For real though, have you seen these Beyoncé, Rihanna, Nicki blogs. Run by men who are absolutely bitches…
  5. medusamirabal said: I know! It’s strange. I feel like she doesn’t even have to come out & say that she’s been number one. It’s a known fact. And her declaring it kind of shows an insecure side of her I am sooo not used to seeing. O_O
  6. sailorgoons reblogged this from samjoonyuh and added:
    But who says she was talking about women in her song? The song was meant for everyone who’s been bashing her for no...