Taylor Swift Takes On Anti-Gay Bullying With ‘Mean’

Taylor Swift Takes On Anti-Gay Bullying With ‘Mean’

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Taylor Swift looks gorgeous in her new music video for Mean. Also, a gay boy in a purple sweater is bullied by football players for reading a fashion magazine.

We’re normally not big fans of the country cutie (Because we aren’t 11-year-old girls. Though, now that I think about it, that new Britney album got a little too much play in the office for grown-ass men…), but we really dig what Swift has going on in this song and video.

Sing it, girl!

 

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