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These tests have stirred up controversy because they're easy to cheat and aren't considered all that reliable.5) Get really creative about finding a place to live — Sex offenders can have a notoriously difficult time finding housing that complies with various states' residency requirements.California sex offenders can't live within 2,000 feet of parks and schools, for example.The most popular songs are rock-oriented tunes about drinking beers, having bonfire parties and bringing a lucky lady back to your truck.“Country music is not loyal to a sound, it’s loyal to a market, and this is what’s selling,” Cusic said.6) Tell their sex partners about their history as a sex offender — In Washington state, sex offenders are legally required to reveal their criminal histories to their new boyfriends or girlfriends before they have sex for the first time.They also have to tell their parole officers about their new romantic relationships.7) Get chemically castrated — This is definitely a more radical requirement for sex offenders, but so-called chemical castration is not unheard of in America.The song takes things a step further in talking about ideal afternoon activities with a girl, including quite the double entendre: “I’ll sit you up on a kitchen sink/And stick a pink umbrella in your drink.” Again, it’s a familiar subject matter: Turn on the radio at any point in the last decade and you’ll hear a number of songs about one-night stands (Toby Keith’s “I’m Just Talkin’ About Tonight,” Gloriana’s “Wanna Take You Home”); booty calls (Lady Antebellum’s “Need You Now,” Chris Young’s “Tomorrow”); and the joy of sex (Big & Rich’s “Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy,” Keith Urban’s “You Look Good in My Shirt.”) Still, this is certainly a very different way of discussing it.And yet, there’s not really much outrage from listeners of a genre that some still (somewhat inexplicably) think is family friendly.
Anyone who has ever heard 1970s star Conway Twitty croon “I Love to Lay You Down” or “You’ve Never Been This Far Before” knows that sex has been a prominent theme in country music for a long, long time.
And we can all assume what those couples are doing in the avalanche of “bro country” songs about driving down a dirt road to a river bank.
So it took some by surprise recently when songs from two of Nashville’s biggest acts took the sex talk to a new, very blunt level.
“The artists are younger, the songwriters are younger, and they’ve grown up in a looser atmosphere.” Plus, people can simply get away with more on the radio, which is still the most powerful way for a country artist to gain traction.
This leniency has led to many country songs about sex, although some writers have a more veiled way of talking about it: Come on, Brad Paisley doesn’t want to /She likes to do it all the time/Early in the morning, in the middle of the night.” So with these genre leaders just coming out and saying what everyone else is just hinting, can we expect to hear more songs about Nashville’s bros explicit adventures? If the songs are getting attention and airplay, Cusic said, they will last as long as the audience keeps buying them.