elliot-wolf - May 16, 2018
If you aren’t a puzzled beta male of some sort always seeking advice about women you’re already aware that all women are bisexual until proven otherwise. Female experimentation during the college years is an insider everyone knows about but never openly speaks about, just like Hollywood’s casting couch. But leave it to Rita Ora to open her mouth and openly come out as bisexual because it’s the cool in season thing to do right now. Being publicly bi is not only about having an uncertainty when it comes to your sexuality but also being uncertain about the public’s reception towards your announcement. It’s like only sticking the tip of your toesies in the gay pool because you’re afraid of drowning in the deep end as fully pans or trans.
Rita Ora has new track coming out and it's not just another song. Page Six reports it's basically Ora's coming out as bisexual.
The song "Girls" is all about that experience, and—perhaps appropriately—she has three very hot guests on the track: Cardi B, Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX. There's no mistaking the lyrics, by the way. If a woman sings "Sometimes I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls / Red wine, I just wanna kiss girls, girls girls (etc),” she's definitely telling you something.
As is another lyric about how she's "50/50 and never gonna hide it."
To me, the song is less about coming out as a moonlighting homosexual and more about confirming girls are up to do just about anything after their second mimosa glass filled with champagne and citrus based courage. That includes, but is not limited to, peeing near dumpsters in public, flashing your tits, and kissing other women. I’d rather see Rita’s rack than hear about her hooking up with girls for relevancy but I guess it’s better luck next time in this situation. Rita has no career and I still can’t get a straight answer from anyone about why this woman is famous. Coming out as gay for pay just makes sense for a girl like her.
Photo Credit: Splash News / Pacific Coast News / Instagram
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