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  1. In my mind it was Annica and more a private moment. Izzy being a cute boyfriend and pulling funny faces for her.
  2. Indeed You’re funny though. Anything else you wanna share? I KNOW SWEETIE, me neither. Who took the pic? Who was he pulling that funny face for?
  3. WHAT?! are you talking about? Are you drunk? Or is there a video / pic missing? lol.
  4. „Bitch is back“ is an Elton John song. I’m still confused if Axl was showing some self mockery here or not?
  5. I wish I’d be able to understand what you’re saying
  6. The way you say it makes me laugh. Idk why. And no, I don’t think he is either. Still, discussing the lyrics in songs like Pretty tied up, yes, they’re sexist, yes all the band members were (probably still are, we don’t know) sexist and no, bitch, in that song is not a non-sexist word. Any other questions? Ah yeah. It is possible to see the sexism in rock n roll but still love the music. That’s a complex thing and I guess women (and other people sensible enough to see sexism when they, well, see it) are trained to be able to strip things out of their sexist context for the sake of other artistic expressions (or personal if it is a conversion or interaction) since they are little. Part of our culture. Hope I could get that in a somewhat functioning english grammar. lol
  7. Yup. Also it was not very Guns n Roses to have a „strong“ female role in sex or violence... All macho. *insert eyerolling here*
  8. Oh thank you, Politana. The way they talk about Izzy makes me seriously, deeply happy inside. They acknowledge his talent, his work, his solo stuff, they LOVE his songs, ahh! I don’t know who those people are but I love what they’re saying.
  9. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Yes, It’s so easy.
  10. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    On another note, I just read Duff’s book. I skip-read some of his other bands parts, but I read most of the book and all of the important parts I guess. I do think it is well written and well structured. I am disappointed though, I probably expected too much of his story telling capabilities. And also very likely I am ( a tiny bit) biased against Ned Flanders by now because all things Izzy. The book just seems to draw him in too much of a good light and he also portrays everyone else to lightly. I understand he doesn’t want to shame anyone and that is a good thing but to be honest and straightforward and dare to portray the people in his book and shaming lies a universe. And that is left out. Hope you get what I mean? Also I was wondering whether Duff was writing this for his kids in the back of his head. All those sprinkled in little wisdoms and self-criticism, the credits to the girls in the back of the book? It all seems so „whitewashed“ is that the right word? So soft-fuzzied down. And yeah, my blood got boiling at the „my good friend, my sober friend, my mentor. ... It was your fucking band....“
  11. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Interesting. Never knew about that meaning, thanks.
  12. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Orrr better: Who’s lying now? You never know with this band... Not the first time Slash would have lied. Not the first for Niven either
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