Cultural trends: Brazenly gay music

Someone forwarded this to me, and it's a video clip by a gay pop singer called Adam Joseph, for a song he sings called-I kid you not- Faggotty Attention. This is a very interesting song, because it's a song detailing the arguments a gay guy would use to seduce a straight one. Which shows that we are now witnessing a shift in the pop music scene: brazenly gay music has arrived, and it will probably not leave for a long long time. More is sure to come, and some day, on a VH1 special, someone will credit this guy for "starting it all", and you will remember that you heard it here first.

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Comments

  1. I had a weird conversation with a gay guy once who told me that a man knows how to please a man better than a woman because a man has all the equiptment himself and understands what feels good. It made sense I suppose.

    I still didn’t let him suck my cock.

  2. how could you forget to add the arab twist to the tektonik post???? ===> Most of tektonik dancers are gay :D :D :D

  3. I guess the first gay concert would be in Dubai!!!

  4. CarpetCaptain says:

    Aren’t gay pop singers called poop singers?

    Bob come on haven’t you ever used the same arguments on a girl?

  5. Bob,
    that’s the same argument Lesbians use to score straight chicks (ex: the L.U.G experience, haha!)

  6. anonymous says:

    The song I kissed a girl and I liked it by Katy Perry is a big hit here…this ain’t nothin’ new…remember the song called I touch myself…really lyrics have become more explicit as time passes…nothing is a mystery anymore…it’s all in ur face…24/7

    Katy Perry
    I Kissed A Girl

    This was never the way I planned
    Not my intention
    I got so brave, drink in hand
    Lost my discretion
    It’s not what, I’m used to
    Just wanna try you on
    I’m curious for you
    Caught my attention

    I kissed a girl and I liked it
    The taste of her cherry chapstick
    I kissed a girl just to try it
    I hope my boyfriend don’t mind it
    It felt so wrong
    It felt so right
    Don’t mean I’m in love tonight
    I kissed a girl and I liked it
    I liked it

    No, I don’t even know your name
    It doesn’t matter
    Your my experimental game
    Just human nature
    It’s not what, good girls do
    Not how they should behave
    My head gets so confused
    Hard to obey

    I kissed a girl and I liked it
    The taste of her cherry chapstick
    I kissed a girl just to try it
    I hope my boyfriend don’t mind it
    It felt so wrong
    It felt so right
    Don’t mean I’m in love tonight
    I kissed a girl and I liked it
    I liked it

    Us girls we are so magical
    Soft skin, red lips, so kissable
    Hard to resist so touchable
    Too good to deny it
    Ain’t no big deal, it’s innocent

    I kissed a girl and I liked it
    The taste of her cherry chapstick
    I kissed a girl just to try it
    I hope my boyfriend don’t mind it
    It felt so wrong
    It felt so right
    Don’t mean I’m in love tonight
    I kissed a girl and I liked it
    I liked it

  7. here’s a song whre a striaght man seducing a gay one:D
    Ejoy franz ferdinand’s master peice
    Michael (beautiful whore in the dance floor)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OH7NhwZlj4

  8. thanks gay turkei

  9. thanks.. you

  10. I was just passing through on a Google search, but I wanted to add this comment. Although the Internet, and gay networks like Logo finally give Adam Joseph and other gay artists places to showcase their talent to the masses, he is by no means the first to sing brazenly gay lyrics. You can trace that at least as far back as the 1920s and artists like Ma Rainey with “Prove It On Me Blues”. But as for music in the pop styles that we hear today, Adam probably wasn’t even born when someone like Tom Robinson was doing it. “Glad to Be Gay” made it to 18th on the UK Singles Chart in 1976. Much of his music is available free on his site. If you want REALLY brazen gay lyrics, you need to listen to gay hiphop. Check out Bry’Nt, Tori Fixx, QBoy, or Soce. They all have Myspace pages. The hiphop style, and especially the down-low culture are fertile ground for brazen lyrics. Also, it’s hard to overlook Pansy Division’s contribution to queercore in the 90s, touring with Green Day. They have many free downloads on their site also. For a truly endless amount of information on the history of gay lyrics in music, visit http://www.queermusicheritage.com

  11. thanks yours.. gelek spastikim…