“My whole message is to love who you are and accept all your beautiful imperfections. When I felt I was slipping into unloving territory with myself, I knew I had to listen to my own advice and correct it. I have a public persona where I need to be fun all the time, and I refuse to be a hypocrite. I felt I needed to get help, not only for myself but also for my fans. My worst fear in life is to be fake. The whole process has made me so much stronger and ready to take my life by the horns and make a record that I’m going to be proud of and not care what anybody else thinks”

When asked about why her lyrics were so raunchy in a 2011 interview, Kesha flipped the question, asking us why - as a society - we are so tolerant of men sexualizing women in their music and why we condemn women who sexualize men in their music. Kesha begs the question; “Why am I not allowed to talk about how big a dudes dick is, but Lil Wayne is allowed to talk about how “tight” my vagina is?”

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