dybbukzelda (dybbukzelda) wrote,
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Janelle Monáe's latest release PYNK caused a stir today. Most of the reviews were glowing, with critics praising Monáe's artistic direction and idgaf attitude as she celebrates vaginas, womanhood, and self love:


Things were, however, slightly more mixed elsewhere online, with some fans expressing disappointment at Janelle's choice to tie vaginas so explicitly with womanhood and sexuality.

Tessa Thompson, who appeared in the MV for PYNK, responded to these concerns on twitter:

Monáe similarly took to twitter to address the vagina question:
Monáe's long awaited follow-up to 2013's The Electric Lady, Dirty Computer, drops on 27 April 2018.


Sources: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Is PYNK your new aesthetic, ONTD?
Tags: #pynk
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