Reception[ edit ] Recorded in early , it first rose to number one on the Billboard Hot in America in November and stayed there for 10 weeks, until near the end of January Billboard ranked it as the number one pop single of since the chart year for actually began in November , and it was also the most successful song on the Hot during the s in terms of the number of weeks spent at number one. The single, slightly edgier than she had been known for in the past such as her songs from Grease and her country-pop ballad " I Honestly Love You " , proved to be immensely popular both in America and in the United Kingdom , despite the fact that the song was censored and even banned by some radio stations due to its sexually suggestive content — for example, the line: Its follow-up, the slightly softer-edged "Make a Move on Me," found more acceptance at AC radio and went to number six AC as well as number five pop. In the United Kingdom the single was not nearly as massive a success as in America, but still became a big hit, reaching 7.
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Production history[ edit ] Season 2 saw the casting of actor Doug Hutchison and his wife, Courtney Stodden , whom he married when she was 16, and who was two weeks shy of her 18th birthday upon their arrival at the therapy center. Due to Stodden's age, she was forced to leave the production area every night, due to California child labor laws. This drew surprise from one participant in the series, who commented, "It was totally bizarre. The whole point of the show was to have all these couples living together in the house. Courtney had to leave Doug every night and go to a hotel so that no labor laws were broken. Mann, stressed that she does not believe that Hutchison is, or was, seeking out young people, saying, "He's not a predator. That's not his m.
The phrase itself describes artists who are mostly known for having one, solitary hit song on the Billboard Charts. They were ingrained in your brain. They were part of our 80s culture and lexicon. It is incomprehensible how this phenomenon could happen. However, the music industry is a cold, cruel business, and sometimes one hit is all you get, folks.
Who are these ignorant young women who believe that feminism is a dirty word, something to be ashamed of, and how do they not understand what they owe to the generations before them and how much work there is yet to do? For the purpose of this review, these questions are purely rhetorical. The answers are there, they are complex, and the subject of many a dissertation, I am certain. Which is probably why Tumblrs of anti-feminist rants exist—we stopped talking about what feminism means on an every day cultural level.