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  • Like A Virgin

    1 4.00%
  • Into The Groove

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  • Papa Don't Preach

    1 4.00%
  • Like A Prayer

    4 16.00%
  • Vogue

    4 16.00%
  • Frozen

    2 8.00%
  • Music

    0 0%
  • Hung Up

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  • 4 Minutes

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  • Other (specify in a comment)

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    The Official MADONNA Discussion Thread - 2014 edition

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    Re: The Official MADONNA Discussion Thread - 2014 edition

    Madonna wishes you all a happy Holiday!


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    Re: The Official MADONNA Discussion Thread - 2014 edition

    Fuck you, Madonna. Get your Ray of Light era shit together. Young Street in Toronto, for some asinine reason, was closed next to your gym and I had to navigate my way through an empty skyscraper where your new Hard Candy Fitness gym is and it was confusing as fuck.
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    Re: The Official MADONNA Discussion Thread - 2014 edition

    ^^^

    Madonna says she's Sorry for your first world problems. Oh yeah, and fuck you too.


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    From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    Recently, Madonna posted a picture of her boxing son, Rocco with the caption:
    No one messes with Dirty Soap! Mama said knock you out! #disni**a.

    Unsurprisingly especially to the knowing Madonna, a flurry of support and protest comments soon followed.

    Oprah mentioned that to her the use of the n-word has so much degrading meaning that it should never be used regardless; to Jay Z, the repetition of the word makes it less powerful.

    On one end, Jay Z's point is nothing more but desensitization. You repeat something well enough in context out of a painful history, it loses its pain. But then again, that also opens up a new danger - a systematized insensitivity. With Oprah's comment, as the HP books said, only you can give power to a name or a term; so by severely clamping it to that painful part of history and forbidding it never be used again, arent you clamping yourself down?

    Why do black people have a go at scot-free? If the n-word is symbolic of oppression and slavery, dont we all experience some form of it in our own individual ways? Can't we all subscribe to it as solidarity claim to a similar experience. Paula Deen got crucified for it yet Eminem who lyrically bashes gays, lesbians etc and uses the n-word repeatedly gets a free out of jail card.

    While it is unwise at times to doubt Madonna, as she is capable of far-reaching foresight than most with her antics or it could be lucky coincidence or a skillful retooling of what she did and does to appear as if they had/have an agenda, Madonna clearly got part of what she always was good at: attention.

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    Quote Originally Posted by sammyyummy View Post
    Madonna clearly got part of what she always was good at: attention.
    I didn't know about this until now, so thanks for doing your part.

    Lex

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    "No one messes with dirty soap" ???

    wtf does that even mean ???
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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    She wants to remain in the spotlight and she has to say or do something that will create controversy.

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    Quote Originally Posted by G-Lexington View Post
    I didn't know about this until now, so thanks for doing your part.

    Lex
    always happy to serve. thanks for your contribution, lex.

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    I liked her "apology" where she tweeted out "Get off my dick" lol. Classy mole.

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    She is RACIST!!!!!!

    OMG...I just unfriended her on FB!!!!

    Massive faux pas.

    Stupid old woman!

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    Hopefully she gets swallowed up by a sinkhole soon! Bitch.

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    As Whoopi Goldberg once said, "It's never the word, it's the intent of the word."

    I do not believe she was being racist. Anyone with half a brain could see that. The fact that she's white should have nothing to do with it. I've had a straight female friend call herself a "fag-hag" in front of me. I wasn't offended, because I knew that her use of the word wasn't homophobic. The same applies to this situation.

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    It would be hypocritical for me to jump all over her when I have used the SAME terminology in the SAME manner. She didn't call anyone a "nigger". She got a little too "cute" and forgot that she is indeed a white woman. Not her brightest moment, but if she's a closet racist...she's done an awesome job of pretending not to be all this time. I'm as offended by her using the word as I am when I hear Eminem use it.

    FOR ME it comes down to how the word is being used, who it is directed towards, intent, and if the person using it has a "history" of being a racist douchebag. That goes for blacks, whites...everyone.

    As for the white people who whine about "why can't we use the N-word?"....it's probably because most of the bitches who whine about not being able to use it are the ones who still view blacks as inferior or wish we were still living in Jim Crow era.
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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    The *N* word and the *F* word. They carry a lot of negative baggage for a lot of people.
    The mere fact that they can bring up so many bad thoughts to so many, and potentially condone hatred, is more than enough reason for me to not use them.
    If you don't think these words have much power it's just wishful thinking and a bit of denial. Just remember that they are the exact words people reach for when they are most angry and violent.

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    Quote Originally Posted by TheSpectatingLoner View Post
    Eminem has used it?
    That would have been my question as well. I seem to remember him years ago when he was actually popular saying the n word was one of his limits that the industry just wouldn't tolerate.

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    She's just trying to create some controversy, people don't even care about her anymore.
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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    Penn Jillette once said:
    The person on the other side of my date stands up and says, “Well if there’s no God, what’s to stop me from raping and killing everyone around me?” And my date raised her hand and said, “May I change my seat?”

    That really is the point. The question I get asked by religious people all the time is, without God, what’s to stop me from raping all I want? And my answer is: I do rape all I want. And the amount I want is zero. And I do murder all I want, and the amount I want is zero. The fact that these people think that if they didn’t have this person watching over them that they would go on killing, raping ram[pages is the most self-damning thing I can imagine.
    Historically, the word was both an everyday noun, and sort of an insult. Then over time it became exclusively an insult, and the only reason to say the word was to belittle someone, or try to.

    I actually think that was a mark of progress. I think the unpleasant side of human nature is to insult only the people you fear could be mistaken for your equals. In the early history of the word, people using it to describe others had enough arrogance to believe no one would ever confuse blacks and whites as equals. When it became exclusively an insult, it was in many ways an admission of defeat. All bigots had left was to try to throw the past back in the faces of people who were starting to win.

    Then it morphed again so another reason to use it was as a badge of honour and a political act to indicate indifference to, and contempt of, bigotry. And claiming of a political identity.

    And then of course the word comes up in intellectual discussions of the word. Linguistics. Politics. Sociology.

    So, this brings me back to Penn Jillette. There is nothing to stop me or anyone from saying it. And I say it as often as I want to...

    The older meaning of the word, the everyday noun used to describe someone with African ancestry, is long since dead and gone, so I don't use it. I don't use it as a belittling insult either, because I don't believe anyone's ancestry or genetics has anything to do with why we might be having a disagreement. And because I want to at least try to be taken seriously in life as a civilised person. I don't use it as a reclaimed word because it's more politically powerful and relevant when a person uses the word to describe themselves in defiance of anti-black bigotry, and it doesn't apply to me because I'm white. It's directly the same kind of reclaiming as when gay people use the word "faggot." I don't go out of my way to describe myself that way, but I understand the idea behind reclaiming words, and whether I do it or not, it is a legitimate option in politicised language. And between friends I also think it is appropriate, and I would use it, when it is clear that we're on the same page. So anybody who knows me well enough to say "Hey faggot, where have you been?" I could also reply to with "Hey nigger, long time no see!" and it would not be inappropriate. Though...to be honest I don't talk that way and neither do my friends. Like I said I don't really use reclaimed words, even though I don't cringe when I hear it and I get what it's about.

    And that brings us to the last occasion to use the word: in discussions about the word itself. I will use it in that context mostly because I think any of the mock-censored versions are just silly for an intellectual discussion. n-word. nistarstarer. Pff. It is unacademic. Would be like a gynaecologist talking about the "baby coming out the woo woo." If we're going to have a serious discussion about the word, we're going to say the word.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gentleheart View Post
    It would be hypocritical for me to jump all over her when I have used the SAME terminology in the SAME manner.
    Okay what does it mean? I don't have the first clue what she is even trying to convey, other than guessing she is probably bragging about her son.

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    Quote Originally Posted by TheSpectatingLoner View Post
    Eminem has used it?
    Quote Originally Posted by Vitamin View Post
    That would have been my question as well. I seem to remember him years ago when he was actually popular saying the n word was one of his limits that the industry just wouldn't tolerate.
    I'm sure I've heard him use nigga in some of his songs. Google it, guys.



    Quote Originally Posted by bankside View Post
    Okay what does it mean? I don't have the first clue what she is even trying to convey, other than guessing she is probably bragging about her son.
    "dis[this] nigga" is a phrase some of my friends and I have used when someone is doing something and thinking they're about to pull one over on you...but you catch on to it and shut it down. It's similar to when I see someone say something on here, and I say child, please. I'm sure people use it differently though.
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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    Madonna? Really? Who cares what she says anyway. She's over and she knows it. Just desperate now.
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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    Quote Originally Posted by mikey3000 View Post
    Madonna? Really? Who cares what she says anyway. She's over and she knows it. Just desperate now.
    If I had her money, I wouldn't mind being over.
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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    Quote Originally Posted by mikey3000 View Post
    Madonna? Really? Who cares what she says anyway. She's over and she knows it. Just desperate now.
    Wut.

    I'm by no means a Madonna fanboy, but even I have to take exception when people seem to assume she's just an attention whore with no other perogatives. You know how ridiculously intelligent she is, right? She keeps physics books next to her damn bed.

    I don't think she's desperately scheming ways to get attention. I think she's been pretty enormously successful at anything she ever wanted to do.

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    Statement released a few hours ago via facebook:

    Quote Originally Posted by Madonna
    I am sorry if I offended anyone with my use of the N word on Instagram. It was not meant as a racial slur.. I am not a racist. There's no way to defend the use of the word. It was all about intention.. It was used as a term of endearment toward my son who is white. I appreciate that it's a provocative word and I apologize if it gave people the wrong impression. Forgive me.
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    Re: The Official MADONNA Discussion Thread - 2014 edition

    The Queen

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    let the truth be told


    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    Wut.

    I'm by no means a Madonna fanboy, but even I have to take exception when people seem to assume she's just an attention whore with no other perogatives. You know how ridiculously intelligent she is, right? She keeps physics books next to her damn bed.

    I don't think she's desperately scheming ways to get attention. I think she's been pretty enormously successful at anything she ever wanted to do.

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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    Quote Originally Posted by Dejavudoo View Post
    Madonna doesn't need to be desperate and has her legacy regardless of whether she never dons the bustier again.
    so beautiful. Just beautiful.
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    Re: From M to N: The Case of Madonna and the N-word

    A message from The Queen:

    #get off of my dick haters!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ILLBFIRE View Post
    #get off of my dick haters!"
    lol a mess. I can tells she hangs around a fair number of black people judging from some of the little idioms and phrases she uses.
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    Re: The Official MADONNA Discussion Thread - 2014 edition

    Madonna is reportedly going to sing with Macklemore on Same Love.....OMG
    i thought she was going to sing with Lorde or Perry or Beyonce.

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    Re: The Official MADONNA Discussion Thread - 2014 edition

    Madonna is performing at the Grammy Awards this Sunday on CBS 8pm EST. It's been confirmed.

    I'm so excited!!
    Last edited by MrMojoRisin; January 25th, 2014 at 08:51 AM.

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    Re: The Official MADONNA Discussion Thread - 2014 edition

    Madonna, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis to Perform "Same Love" Together at the 2014 Grammys

    Read more: http://www.usmagazine.com/entertainm...#ixzz2rWr9wcWT

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    Re: The Official MADONNA Discussion Thread - 2014 edition

    Oh wow Madonna Macklemore Ryan Lewis Mary Lambert - no special effects, no dancing but was so moving.

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    I loved their performance. Definitely my favorite performance of the night.

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    What trooper, even with her foot still not well from a recent accident Madonna, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Mary Lambert performing at The Grammy's 2014 'Same Love".


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    Re: The Official MADONNA Discussion Thread - 2014 edition

    ryan lewis is cute

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    DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    It has been said that the coming out process involves the compulsory "Madonna phrase".

    Nowadays all pop icons are gay icons.

    But for quite sometime it was only Madonna.

    Do you think all gay men have a appreciation for Madonna and could at least recognize the impact she has in gay culture.

    No, I'm not fan-girling. But one must recognize Madonna's prominent place at the top of the pyramid she has on the gay culture and society. And no, not the top of the Illuminati pyramid. That is reserved for Beyonce and Rihanna and their demonic ways.


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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    I answered No to the question because it specifically asked if I thought she was the greatest gay icon that ever lived. My vote goes to Diana Ross or Liza Minelli...because I like them a lot more than the other notables...

    I do, however, recognize and appreciate Madonna's contributions and accomplishments and I respect her.

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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    She boarded the gay ship, but not at its first port of call.

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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    No. And yes, you are fan-girling.
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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    Barbra Streisand...hello??????????

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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    You all are all wrong.

    Admit Defeat!!

    http://news.advocate.com/post/169147...never-left-you

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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    Because the Advocate is obviously the gospel of gay.

    And if you consider them to be, know that, just like the bible, it's full of wrong... so many came before Madonna and were gay icons before she was a thought that it's sad that you think she's the first.

    Hell, from an un-biased point of view, she's not even the best.
    "Thereís death on the horizon,

    and Iíll run to behold your sacrifice..."

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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    Diana was performing in 1959 ....Madonna was born in 1958....she was a gay icon from the beginning because she didn't pay attention to the rules and broke all of them...something gay men could relate to. I have heard people say that a mainstream artist never embraced gay people before Madonna but Diana Ross and the Supremes rivaled The Beatles throughout the 1960s and as a solo artist she ruled the 70s and 80s. Billboard named her the Entertainer of the Century and Guinness listed her as the most successful female artist in history in 1993...how much more mainstream can anyone get?


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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    Quote Originally Posted by VXQZ69 View Post
    It has been said that the coming out process involves the compulsory "Madonna phrase".

    Nowadays all pop icons are gay icons.

    But for quite sometime it was only Madonna.

    Do you think all gay men have a appreciation for Madonna and could at least recognize the impact she has in gay culture.

    No, I'm not fan-girling. But one must recognize Madonna's prominent place at the top of the pyramid she has on the gay culture and society. And no, not the top of the Illuminati pyramid. That is reserved for Beyonce and Rihanna and their demonic ways.


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    Quote Originally Posted by VXQZ69 View Post
    You all are all wrong.

    Admit Defeat!!

    http://news.advocate.com/post/169147...never-left-you
    Ok so you start a thread asking for people's opinions, whether they agree with you or disagree with you. Then you come back and say everyone else is wrong and only your opinion is "right."

    So do you want people's true opinions or are you just asking people to agree with you?

    Yeah, this kind of charade has never been played out before...

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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    False. As a gay man who does not appreciate Madonna or recognise the impact she has had on gay culture, I must disagree with your contention that "every gay man..."
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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    Madonna is extremely smart.

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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    Madonna is the Queen of Pop, and the Empress of Music.

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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    Quote Originally Posted by VXQZ69 View Post
    Madonna is the Queen of Pop, and the Empress of Music.
    I guess we can end this by saying you don't know what you're talking about and you don't know what conversation is.
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    and Iíll run to behold your sacrifice..."

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    Re: DEBATE: True or False, Every gay man recognizes the significance of Madonna on our community

    The answer would be true if we were dealing with the stereo type cliche hetro thinking, or the smaller sub genera of gay people who flutter around this shit like monarch butterflies to a warm pine tree in Jan on the west coast of Mexico.
    I don't cast doubt that Madonna is important to the dance club scene and popular but a big NO on this.

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