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Wheeler Walker, Jr. Which One O’ You Queers Gonna Suck My Dick?

The singer, also known as Wheeler Walker Jr., made several controversial and offensive comments via Twitter and in his music. He has a history of using homophobic slurs in his songs and mentions gay people in a negative way.

Many people call this kind of behavior “straight pride,” which is the idea that heterosexuality is something to be proud of. By mentioning other sexualities or genders in a negative way, it is implied that heterosexuality is the “normal” sexuality.

This is very dangerous as it perpetuates the idea that being heterosexual is the best way to be, and that any other sexuality or gender identity is less than that.

Wheeler Walker Jr. has since deleted his tweets and disabled his account following the backlash from his song release. However, many fans still support him despite his anti-LGBTQ rhetoric.

The lyrics of country music

Some country music artists have gained notoriety for their anti-LGBTQ lyrics.

A few country singers, like Alan Jackson, Tim McGraw, and Faith Hill, have come out against these lyrics. In a 2006 interview with The Associated Press, Jackson said he was trying to curtail the use of fag and gay in country songs.

He noted that it was a hard habit to break, however, as many of the songwriters were influenced by his music. He said that he hoped his own music would influence new songwriters in a different direction.

Tim McGraw spoke out against homophobic lyrics at the 2018 CMA Awards after his performance with Maroon 5’s Adam Levine and Jennifer Lopez. He mentioned how some artists may be unaware of the message they are sending but that we need to raise our children better than that. Faith Hill also addressed anti-LGBTQ rhetoric during her acceptance speech for Entertainer of the Year in 2016 where she called for love and kindness.

The outfits of country music artists

Another element of country music artists that is pointed out in the blog post above is their tendency to flaunt their southern roots and patriotism.

Many artists wear cowboy boots, hats, and even military style uniforms. Some even have similar stage sets to rodeos! All of this is to draw in the southern audience that loves country music and all of its symbols.

Just like any other genre of music, there are fans that take it too far. Unfortunately, this happens most often with country music fans, as they tend to identify very strongly with the music and its message.

Some fans even dress like their favorite musicians, which can lead to some confusion if they are wearing the wrong outfits.

They try to get away with everything

As you can see in the title of this section, people try to get away with everything when it comes to being offensive.

There are so many instances of people saying something that is offensive, and they don’t even realize it. It is so common that they don’t even think about it.

It could be something as simple as calling someone poor, saying that they do not have money and then offering to buy them something, or asking if they would like something for free. These are both stereotypes that people have for poor people, and by saying that you don’t have money, you are putting down someone else because of your own personal beliefs.

By asking if they would like something for free, you are implying that you do not value their worth or work, which is also a negative stereotype.

They even try to convince us that their music is heartfelt

Country music is full of songs about lost love, whiskey, and trucks. Many country songs are sung about memories and relationships that have been broken.

They try to frame this as a positive thing- that leaving someone is a relief because they are free to find true happiness. That drinking is what helps you get through the pain, and that trucks are just what you need to get away.

By promoting these things as part of the country lifestyle, they make people feel more comfortable with them. They reinforce the idea that there is no help for the pain except leaving, drinking, and buying a truck.

They try to make us think that all of these things are part of being a real man. The truth is that all of these things are ways to numb pain, and none of them are healthy in the long run.

It’s time we expose the truth about country music

It is a den of sin, populated by the most degenerate
people imaginable. They spend every waking moment thinking of new ways to sin, and new songs to sing about it.

They’re all gay, all the time. They’re also black and trans-gender, although you couldn’t tell by listening to their music. None of them are straight, not even the ones that are married to women. It’s a coverup!

It is an industry built on lies, where they pay people in money to lie about being straight and listening to country music won’t make you gay or trans-gender. It only makes you gay and trans-gender if you are already one or the other, but then it reinforces those tendencies!

We need to wake up and realize how dangerous this music is. The only way we can save our children (and our marriages) is if we stop listening to country music.

They have gone too far with political correctness

People are very sensitive about their identity, sexuality, and experiences. This has led to a culture where people are afraid to be offensive or joke about things. Many people have dropped the word queer because it is offensive to gay people, even though it is just a word that means strange or different.

It has gotten to the point where if you do not like someone’s identity, sexuality, or experience then you are a bad person. People are not allowed to express their opinions anymore because they could offend someone.

Political correctness has gone overboard and is not good for society anymore. It has made people afraid to be themselves and say what they want because they could offend someone. People should just be themselves and accept others for who they are too.

Country musicians have some serious personal issues

While the media often blames country music for introducing themes of alcohol abuse, woman abuse, and violence, these issues have been around much longer than country music.

Country music simply brings these issues to the forefront and makes them more visible to the public. Many country songs feature lyrics about drinking too much alcohol and going into alcoholic blackouts.

Some even mention physically abusing women or emotionally abusing them. Of course, this isn’t accepted in any level of society, but it’s surprisingly normal in the world of country music.

Many country singers have had problems with alcohol abuse. For example, Johnny Cash admitted to having a serious problem with alcohol and struggled with getting sober. He later died due to complications with his alcoholism. Billy Dean also struggled with alcoholism and was arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI).

Kacey Musgraves has talked about her struggles with bulimia and depression.

Their fans are weirdos

One thing that is always interesting to observe about country music fans is that they are almost always wildly enthusiastic about the music they love, and vehemently opposed to any other music.

Many country fans have a very narrow musical taste, and will not hesitate to tell you that all other music is trash, or at least not as good as country music.

This may be because of the deep roots of the genre in Southern US culture, where traditional values of patriotism and pride run deep. Many songs celebrate these values, which may draw very specific lines between who is and is not a fan.

Whatever the reason, it is best to be aware of it before going to a concert! Make sure you dress nicely enough so that you are clearly seen as a fan, but not someone who isn’t welcome at the concert.

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