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Shared December 21, 2011
Please watch: "The Courageous Life of Ida B. Wells #OrdinaryWomen"
You've heard them about a bagillion times before, and every December they are played over and over again, yup, it's the same old Christmas and Holiday songs. But have you ever noticed that some of the lyrics are just down right creepy? Check out this video for my Top 5 Creepy Christmas Songs.
NOTE: I include Mariah Carey's song only to illustrate the larger overall pattern in mass media where women are constantly presented as "only wanting a man". Carey's song itself is not really a huge issue but the larger media pattern is definitely problematic.
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