The Hidden Double Meaning Behind Taylor Swift’s Song

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And here I was thinking You Need To Calm Down was solely directed towards homophobes. But no. It’s not. It is also a call to inaction for the fabulous people of our society. Just calm down. Throwing shade at intolerant people never helps. What does help is being yourself and enjoying every minute of it. Or to…

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Just your friendly gay man setting the record straight.

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