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Britney & The Work of Women

Perhaps we’ve been wrong about Ms. Britney Spears.

As you may know from Celebrity-Cluster Index, our scientists have followed Ms. Spears for years and discovered a dangerous spike in global psychosis whenever her popularity rises and interest in social justice falls. Naturally then, we’re alarmed to see Ms. Spear’s popularity grow in the last month.


But could our data be flawed? For now, we see that Ms. Spear’s emanations carry great humanistic insight. Her recent masterpiece WORK BITCH expresses the nobility of work with beauty, power, and tremendous insight. Critics are already calling the video “flawless” and a “feminist workplace manifesto.”

Her opening lines capture the yearnings of women everywhere: “You want a hot body? You want a Bugatti? You want a Maserati? You better work bitch.” Obviously this is coded language for a woman’s right to human dignity. Similarly her ritualistic exploration of high desert yoga in a feminist tribal context is deeply moving. Suddenly we realized her secret message, and immediately made a new INFILTRATION video that decodes and reveals her hymn of praise and solidarity. See for yourself

Yes, Ms. Spears was obviously inspired by the courageous Laotian women who work as deminers, finding and destroying the unexploded munitions strewn through their country. As an American, Ms. Spears realizes that her nation’s military left some 80 million unexploded bombs in Lao PDR more than four decades ago, and her creative videos and performances speak to that. Bravo, Ms. Spears, bravo.

By the way, in the video below, you might see a bit of what these women do in their jobs. Risking their lives to protect their communities doesn’t get 20 million hits on YouTube, but it’s pretty good work nonetheless.

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