Perhaps it is because Swift has remained silent on many political issues while the show espouses an ideology of progression and making people’s voices heard.Or, frankly, because her music is described by some as “super white.” At numerous points in the first season, people’s motives are questioned when they remained silent on things that were important, but maybe we can just bond over music rather than be divided by it.If you see this page, the nginx web server is successfully installed and working. For online documentation and support please refer to
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Here in Ukraine the phone access is of big rarity in the private apartments.
I live in small Ukrainian town of Ternopil, it is located in Western part of the country.
Part of that is knowing her secret love of the country-turned-pop star.
Why do we expect this group of college students to criticize, or at least be apathetic toward, Taylor Swift’s music?
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I have my own PC but there is no phone at our flat.
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It doesn't try to skirt around uncomfortable conversations about appropriation, subtle forms of racism, and the history of law enforcement’s relationship with the Black community. When Lionel – breaker-up of blackface parties and destroyer of papers – is asked what he thinks of the current pop music landscape, he responds, “I enjoy a little Taylor Swift every now and again.” One of the guys sitting on the sofa leans in ready to judge, but is interrupted by his friend who asked the question.
Should we be surprised by the show’s stance on Swift?