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PopMusic Music has always been surrounded by controversy Boy and girl bands of my generation that target the teenie bopper fans have heightened that controversy Elvis was one of the most controversial artists in history but he had talent The girl and boy bands of today do not and that is why they arouse so much debate today One can not understand how a follower can like something so much as to scream at the sight of a picture know every word to every song and the history of every pop singer and members of a group These pop sensations have absolutely no talent what so ever except to look appealing to the eye They do not write their own songs play their own instruments make up their dances or sing without the help of a computer Some of these pop singers definitely display wrong images The idea that young teens get is that being pretty and popular is more important than being intelligent This may sound misconstrued but young girls get the idea that in order for guys to pay attention to them they have to dress look and act a certain way Almost every female pop artist dress in much too risqu a manner Some of these girls claim that they have not engaged in sex and do not plan to until marriage because of morals and religious reasons Many people would agree that God would not approve of wearing short shorts and tiny tank tops in revealing photo shoots and altering your body in very dramatic ways especially when 17 and 18 years of age As for the boy bands one can not understand why 10 and 12 year old girls post pictures and obsess over a guy about twice their age and dream that some magical day they will meet this man and end up marrying him If the guys were older such as
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