This is fact. The word feminist triggers some people here just as much as "libtard" would for the "left">>84504416
I don't even get what you're talking about. What about my review makes you think I don't ""get"" it? A lot of my analysis is drawn from things Kate has said herself. Idk man you think what you want>>84504521
As far as the first part read>>84504227
Kate does intend it to be a song about gender roles. That being said, art is art, and we can take whatever we want from it. I definitely see it as more than that, and just in general the idea of wanting a different life.
Thanks a lot about the review man! Feel free to tell your friend that if you research it, Kate actually says herself that the character survives the incident. Before I did all my research to review it I actually DID think it was supposed to be left to interpretation(Morning Fog could be her going to heaven and getting to see her family whenever they get there and tell them she loves them), but Kate's self-confession let me know otherwise.
I actually did! I have one of her little autobiographies. I find that so incredibly cool that she worked them in, because especially the ninth wave is clearly an allegorical story that uses her own life experience as reference>>84504674
Did you read my post about Kate herself saying it is about gender roles specifically from how she wrote it? But like I said above everyone's welcome to take it as they like. I prefer to think of it as just the way you put it of wanting to be in any person's shoes, because luckily in today's day in age men and women are put on a much more equal plain than when Kate wrote the song. And the issue isn't quite as pertinent now>>84504903>>84504924>>84504957
Why is Tory a pejorative term to you with libtard being one also? So for Americans its patriotic and great, and for the UK being a Tory(literally a UK patriot) it's an insult? That logic is fucked if you ask me