Unreasonable Stereotypes

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Mackle more-Same Love
When I first heard this song it brought tears to my eyes. This song has not only beautiful lyrics, but also an amazing and powerful meaning behind it. This text/song ‘Same Love” written by Mackle More made me realise that there is unreasonable stereotypes in society. The title ‘Same Love’ captures it very well, gay people love the same way straight people do. Even if you think of the word ‘Gay’ it means happy, they are happy loving the same sex. Mackle more starts out the rap with a strong first stanza- ‘When I was in the third grade I thought that I was gay. Cause I could draw, my uncle was and I kept my room straight.” Not only did he recognize the fact there were pretty unreasonable stereotypes about people who like the same sex, but also that stereotypes are already invading the brains of the new generation at a very young age and how it’s influencing our society. Also the chorus features the unbelievable beautiful voice of Mary lambert. The lyrics are so heart full “And I can’t change, even if I try, even if I wanted too. My love, my love, my love…. she keeps me warm, she keeps me warm.” By simply describing the feeling of warmth, Mary Lambert conveys love as it feels for any couple, straight or same sex. At the end of the song she chants “Love is patience, love is kind” returning to the subject of marriage. The rap and chorus balance each other perfectly. Basically listen to the song and it will give you a reason of why we should support gay marriage. I see people who like the same sex no different from any other couple. The rap is the brain, while the chorus is the emotional heart of the song.
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