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‘Bitch’: Realizing I Don’t Have to Be Just One Thing

I turned up the volume as I pulled into my high school’s parking lot. With Meredith Brooks singing “I’m a bitch, I’m a lover!” at the top of her lungs, I lifted my chin slightly and tried to appear as confident as I wanted people to believe I was. I desperately wanted to be noticed, and at the same time…




The songs we listen to change us. They shape how we feel and what we do. Let’s share stories of how songs shape our world. Let’s share the experience.

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