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Lauren: Once during boot camp, I had a crush on this girl. So I bought her a bag of candy.

Lauren: Later on, I caught a running head start and I saw her underneath a tree.

Lauren: Then I threw the bag at her and ran away as fast as I could.




Camila: THAT WAS YOU?!?

Mom: You have way too many crushes.

Me: I do not!

Mom: You’re sure?

Me: No?

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Also me: Ok fine, maybe I do.

A woman embracing her sexuality is something that shouldn’t be taboo; most of our songs that are popular are sexual for sure, but I would say that’s more of a result of what the culture in America propels and consumes. Our first singles, “Miss Movin’ On,” and “Sledgehammer Boss” all had to do with harnessing your power and love. Those unfortunately weren’t as successful as “Worth It” or “Work From Home” so I think it’s a clear trend of what people want vs. what we want to give them. Again though, women embracing their sexuality should never be a reason to disregard their intellect or ability to speak on topics beyond that.
—  Lauren Jauregui for VULKAN ( @ssweet-dispositionn )