Uptight parent groups are making a big deal out of Britney Spears’ new single “If U Seek Amy”. If you didn’t get the pun in the title, the words sound out “F-U-C-K ME”. The Parents Television council President Tim Winter states: "There is no misinterpreting the lyrics to this song, and it's certainly not about a girl named Amy." The video has been banned by many radio stations and video networks including Much Music in Canada.
Sexual innuendo had been sneaking its way into schools across the English speaking world for years. Renowned Academic and Shakespeare authority Héloïse Sénéchal has discovered that William Shakespeare’s works are filled with double entendres. In fact, she has uncovered over 100 terms for the word “vagina” hidden in the pages of Shakespeare’s literature including some of his most famous plays.
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Here’s the video that’s causing all of the hoopla.
IF U SEEK AMY