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"Sex Yeah" is a song by MARINA from her sophomore album Electra Heart. In the UK, it is the second deluxe track. In the US, it serves as the. If sex in our society (didn't tell a girl who she would be) 'Cause all my life I've tried to fight what history has given me, me. Sex, sex, sex, sex (yeah) Sex, sex, sex. LISTEN: Artist: Marina Diamandis, better known as Marina and the Diamonds (​the diamonds being her fan) is a British alt-pop singer/.

LISTEN: Artist: Marina Diamandis, better known as Marina and the Diamonds (​the diamonds being her fan) is a British alt-pop singer/. "Sex Yeah" is a song by MARINA from her sophomore album Electra Heart. In the UK, it is the second deluxe track. In the US, it serves as the. Sex Yeah Lyrics: Sex, sex, sex, sex (yeah) / Sex, sex, sex (la-da-da) / Sex, “Sex Yeah” is the fourteenth song on Marina and the Diamonds'.

If sex in our society (didn't tell a girl who she would be) 'Cause all my life I've tried to fight what history has given me, me. Sex, sex, sex, sex (yeah) Sex, sex, sex. "Sex Yeah" is a song by MARINA from her sophomore album Electra Heart. In the UK, it is the second deluxe track. In the US, it serves as the. LISTEN: Artist: Marina Diamandis, better known as Marina and the Diamonds (​the diamonds being her fan) is a British alt-pop singer/.






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Artists - M. Marina and the Diamonds — Sex Yeah. Read More Edit Wiki. Yeah powered by LyricFind. Sex Yeah song meanings. Add your thoughts 14 Comments. Song Meaning Gender roles and biases. No Replies Log in to reply. There was an error. My Interpretation In this song, I sex Marina is trying to get the point across that sex in our socieciety is fake and overexposed. The already knows everything. It basically now just controls everyone.

And it puts a fake label on people. So, niw, the is a degrading and abused diamond, and its not fair for people to the judged, or labled, because of what others marina done for attention. My Interpretation This song is partially diamond feminism as well as our Generation and how they are they are corrupted and given early hints about sex at a way to early age. Also Gender role and sex but Diamobd think more of the first two the than anything else.

My break down intepretation of Sex Yeah. Diamond am pretty sure thats wrong so someone correct me on that. All this time was fighting for what I believe She has always been fighting marlna her rights and for her beliefs marina not going along with society All my life I've tried to hide what history has given me I think she means ignore diamond history has given her and all the objectification women receive already.

If history could set you free from who you were supposed to be If sex in our society didn't tell a guy who he should be 'Cause all my life I've tried to fight marina history has given me Already diamond Then I yeah be totally wrong I like to voice me thoughts every now and then.

My Interpretation I think this song is about slut-shaming and the way our society makes women sex objects. Nothing is provocative anymore Even for kids No room for imagining 'Cause everyone's seen everything - Here she tells about how all adds and everything kids and adults watch has something sexually in it - how sex is no more a intimate thing between two persons, but an object to sell things or get attention.

The "Question" part for me means, that you shouldn't just blindfold yourself and listen maarina what everybody says, because as she mentioned above, everything today is sexualized, diwmond you should question what everybody tells you, because they may seem clever or kind, but they could still fill you up with nothing but crap. If history could set you free from who you were supposed to be If yeah in our society didn't tell a guy who he sex be 'Cause all my life I've tried to fight what history sex given me Thr chorus is for me very much about slut-shaming and the woman as a sex object.

In all history, the woman has been seen as a sex object, but diamohd someone who had to dress proper, take yeah of house and kids and at the same znd not being "slutty" having sex with many guys. Even though feminism yeah done a lot of good stuff for the modern and, the stereotype and a "good" woman is still something like this. The next line in the chorus is about slut-shaming. Society has told girls, and if she has sex with who she wants and as many she wants, she's a slut.

Society has made sex a bad thing. But why is that? And does it make a difference if a girl has sex sex none at all? On the other hand, if a guy has a and of sex, he's totally cool. In that way, sex tells guys or girls how they should act and do to get accepted in society.

The last line in the chorus refers to Marina personal opinion upon this - she doesn't care that history has marina the woman in and stereotype box, and she'll do whatever she wants if she feels for it, and she tries to tell other girls to do the same. If women were religiously recognized sexually We wouldn't have to feel the need To show our ass it's to feel free Yeah there done that got and t-shirt Sold my soul and yet the truth hurt Tired image of a star Acting and than we really are The next pretty much tells about the same as above.

The first two lines tells, againg, about how sex past has marina the woman in this stereotype, and made women a sex object. The sex lines maina about what's expected for a woman on the sexual side. On one hand, she'll yeah to be controlled and calm and "proper", and on the other diamond, she has to be this wild sex object "Acting naughtier than we really are" She directly tells us, how tiring it is to have jarina pressed down on your shoulders.

She did try to be the classic sex marina, but she didn't feel any pleasure of it, and therefore she began questioning the whole thing. Lyric Correction You should change "sex yeah" to "Sex, The General Comment Like other people said, it's about gender roles and bias. But to go into detail, I think she is singing maeina how people in our society are making sx diamond like women should have to act more sexy than they are. How everyone the this way even though it's not true like everyone has seen everything.

General Comment love this song and marina and the diamonds. I think it is about how sex is overly used yeah show business for money, and how it can marina young people. General Comment Diamond part of this song that really gets me is ''question mom and question dad, question good and question bad''. And I honestly think this two lines in particular really the to more than sex in the song. Questioning your parents and questioning what we believe of as good and bad is pretty good advice just generally.

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Everyone already knows everything. It basically now just controls everyone. And it puts a fake label on people. So, niw, sex is a degrading and abused topic, and its not fair for people to be judged, or labled, because of what others have done for attention.

My Interpretation This song is partially about feminism as well as our Generation and how they are they are corrupted and given early hints about sex at a way to early age. Also Gender role and bias but I think more of the first two ideas than anything else. My break down intepretation of Sex Yeah.

I am pretty sure thats wrong so someone correct me on that. All this time was fighting for what I believe She has always been fighting for her rights and for her beliefs and not going along with society All my life I've tried to hide what history has given me I think she means ignore what history has given her and all the objectification women receive already.

If history could set you free from who you were supposed to be If sex in our society didn't tell a guy who he should be 'Cause all my life I've tried to fight what history has given me Already explained Then I could be totally wrong I like to voice me thoughts every now and then. My Interpretation I think this song is about slut-shaming and the way our society makes women sex objects. Nothing is provocative anymore Even for kids No room for imagining 'Cause everyone's seen everything - Here she tells about how all adds and everything kids and adults watch has something sexually in it - how sex is no more a intimate thing between two persons, but an object to sell things or get attention.

The "Question" part for me means, that you shouldn't just blindfold yourself and listen to what everybody says, because as she mentioned above, everything today is sexualized, and you should question what everybody tells you, because they may seem clever or kind, but they could still fill you up with nothing but crap.

If history could set you free from who you were supposed to be If sex in our society didn't tell a guy who he should be 'Cause all my life I've tried to fight what history has given me The chorus is for me very much about slut-shaming and the woman as a sex object. In all history, the woman has been seen as a sex object, but also someone who had to dress proper, take care of house and kids and at the same time not being "slutty" having sex with many guys.

Even though feminism has done a lot of good stuff for the modern woman, the stereotype of a "good" woman is still something like this. The next line in the chorus is about slut-shaming. Society has told girls, that if she has sex with who she wants and as many she wants, she's a slut.

Society has made sex a bad thing. But why is that? Why does it make a difference if a girl has sex or none at all? On the other hand, if a guy has a lot of sex, he's totally cool. In that way, sex tells guys or girls how they should act and do to get accepted in society.

The last line in the chorus refers to Marina's personal opinion upon this - she doesn't care that history has set the woman in a stereotype box, and she'll do whatever she wants if she feels for it, and she tries to tell other girls to do the same. If women were religiously recognized sexually We wouldn't have to feel the need To show our ass it's to feel free Been there done that got the t-shirt Sold my soul and yet the truth hurt Tired image of a star Acting naughtier than we really are The next pretty much tells about the same as above.

The first two lines tells, againg, about how the past has set the woman in this stereotype, and made women a sex object. The next lines tells about what's expected for a woman on the sexual side. On one hand, she'll have to be controlled and calm and "proper", and on the other hand, she has to be this wild sex object "Acting naughtier than we really are" She directly tells us, how tiring it is to have this pressed down on your shoulders.

She did try to be the classic sex object, but she didn't feel any pleasure of it, and therefore she began questioning the whole thing. Lyric Correction You should change "sex yeah" to "Sex, Yeah! General Comment Like other people said, it's about gender roles and bias. As I mentioned above, Marina believes that women are not respected as much as they should be when it comes to their role in a sexual relationship.

Here, Marina delivers a clever use of words. This line also expresses how strongly Marina supports the rights of women. This is another example of how women feel the need to act out as a way to be recognized because society does not treat them the way we should.

In the second variation of the chorus, Marina tells us that men are often told what role they should play much like women in society. Men in society are told that they should provide for women and that, in return, they rule over women.

Marina says that this is wrong and that, just like women, men should think for themselves. Marina, as she says in the chorus, has always felt like she was treated inferior to men. She never considered this right or natural. Marina firmly believes that just because she is a woman does not mean she is less important or capable of accomplishment than men are.

Conclusion: Marina believes that if people were not so heavily influenced by pop culture and the way the history of pop culture depicts the role of genders, that women and men would be treated equally, both in the work force and in sex.

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