mary in june

Hi, I'm Mary McComish AKA "mary in june", a self-proclaimed music junkie who hails from Calgary, Canada. I have a diploma in Print Journalism from Lethbridge College. Writing, photography, graphic design, music and social media are some of my greatest passions and would love to work more in that field. Feel free to browse through my portfolio!

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mary in june

Hi, I'm Mary McComish AKA "mary in june", a self-proclaimed music junkie who hails from Calgary, Canada. I have a diploma in Print Journalism from Lethbridge College. Writing, photography, graphic design, music and social media are some of my greatest passions and would love to work more in that field. Feel free to browse through my portfolio!

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Brendon Urie writes sins, not bisexual anthems

Panic! At The Disco is one of those bands I hate to love. Yeah, you heard that right. I love the music, love lead singer Brendon Urie’s voice but I hate how this band is SO problematic.

I’m also sick of hearing praise for Urie for writing the “first ever” bisexual anthem, “Girls/Girls/Boys”. When Rock Sound featured Urie talking about all the songs on the album last October, this is what he originally had to say regarding the meaning of the song:

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Yes, Warped has a woman problem

Last night I found myself reading an article written by Megan Seling on why Vans Warped Tour has a women problem. I enjoyed it but reading feedback on Twitter, I noticed that only about one per cent of tweets actually agreed with me and the writer. So what did I do? I decided to blog about it.

Do I think Warped has a women problem? In a sense, yes. Do I think Kevin Lyman, founder and producer of Warped, purposely means to exclude women? No.

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Hero worship continued

I know I’ve already blogged about hero worship and why it’s problematic but due to recent events, I feel that it needs to be brought up again. Honestly, I’ll probably be speaking about this topic until the day I die.

I’ve discussed Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie and his problematic behaviour, I’ve discussed Ian Watkins and how he conned underage female fans into sleeping with him and letting him abuse their children.

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