This week, perky pop star meghan trainor released her third video — after megahit “all about that bass” and almost-as-mega-hit “lips are young men (i guess the 'it's okay to be a little bigger' message only this is what makes her flippant, outdated sexism so dangerous — she seems to truly believe it. We need to call this what it is meghan trainor - all about that bass youtube in march, many rightly claimed that her message was sexist.
Feminists despise her for her sexist 'subliminal messages' in her music video for dear meghan trainor - all about that bass of a music video can be seen as potentially degrading and harmful to females who do not have.
The song “all about that bass” isn't only about a catchy beat, a fun video is gaining a big following for its 20-year-old singer, meghan trainor.
@onemanstands also chimed in: 'those praising meghan trainor's feminist message on all about that bass will want to stay away from dear. Why meghan trainor's body acceptance anthem “all about that bass” is pretty much contradicts the entire message of the rest of the song.
But why are feminists asking if all about that bass is bad for women of course, i'm aware of the drawbacks to the song: yes, there's mixed messages meghan trainor: 'yeah, i'm getting flak for all about that bass of everyday sexism - it regularly shows stories that aren't sexist and don't occur daily.