Taylor Swift (29) it is noticed only later in life that there is sexism happening in the music industry. The singer is not afraid to admit that they are at the beginning of her career, does not put two and two together.
“When I was a teenager, I heard people talking about sexism in the music industry, but I didn’t see it,” she said in an interview with Vogue.
“I realized Later that this was due to the fact that I was given as a child. I was a slouching, lean, overenthousiast the girl who the men in the industry will be more likely to meet their niece or daughter, were to be recalled than to be a successful woman in the industry,” said Swift.
“It was only when I was in the eyes of others, even as a grown woman, I began to see it for myself to see how bright they are. Swift explains that her success is no more fucks could be found as soon as they have sold out stadiums and had it reached maturity, looked like. The pop singer commented, inter alia, in the way that was dealt with in its lyrics.
“People have acted as if I was in my texts as well as weapons. If it’s all a cheap trick it is. I was told that the people said, ” you will remain away from her, because she wrote a song about you.” First of all, is that not how it works, and second of all, I have never even seen a male artist to say,” says Swift.
“I realized that I was not loud and clear enough, it has been
In the interview, Swift also is to express an opinion on the rights of the lhbti community. “A friend asked me what I would do if my child is gay, and that I did not understand the question to ask is not,” she says. “The fact that he would have had to request shocked me. Therefore, I have come to realize that I was not loud and clear enough on my point of view.”
Swift, released in June, the new a single You Need To Calm Down from it. In the video, he or she will be surrounded by celebrities, lhbti community, as they are in the lyrics of the song speaking out against homophobia. The song is from the album, Joy, which is on the 23rd of August.
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