Beyoncé skillfully traversed the diaspora of female emotion in her trademark fashion.
With Lemonade she once again endeared us to her with her spot on representation of what I can only describe as women’s swirling vortex of feels.
The 21-time Grammy winner also shared an anecdote from a time he swallowed his pride and begged Beyoncé to stay by his side after feeling a new kind of emotion for the pop star."I was on a boat, and I had the best time," Jay described without mentioning Bey's name.
"I was like, ‘Man, this is great.' Then she had to leave.
(I sat in on a friend's Introduction to Psychology class once, so I know what I'm talking about.)This seemingly small flaw is only the tip of the iceberg, and any semblance of a relationship you form is destined to go down like the Titanic.
Here are all the reasons you should dump any guy that doesn’t like Beyoncé.
Men’s dislike of women starts in early childhood.
They put up their “ No Girls Allowed” signs and run around pushing little girls on the playground.
The other small but vocal minority simply develop a tolerance for us, because well- hormones, puberty, and sex.
Of course, these men can be identified with obvious warning signs including but not limited to: a constant use of slut-synonyms to describe women; the absence of any lady friends, acquaintances or co-workers they’re cool with; or their defense of Bill Cosby and rape culture in general. Whether you like it or not, Beyoncé is a cultural figurehead for stereotypical femininity.
It goes the color pink, skirts, and Beyoncé.
Her music has been with me through every stage of my life that I can remember.
So in response to my aforementioned date’s question, I laid out my defense of why Beyoncé is my (and legions of other’s) favorite artist.