Demi Lovato Probably Doesn’t Mean It When She Says She Won’t Write About Sex in Songs

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Maxim magazine finally thought that it was okay (and not creepy) to add the 21-year-old Demi Lovato to Maxim‘s Hot 100 list, so as the newly ranked #40, Demi Lovato shared that she thought the sexiest part of her was her butt and had a very chaste thing to say about sex in her music. The ex-Disney darling told the magazine:

“Sex is a part of life and it’s a personal decision. Some people put it in their music, which is awesome and good for them. But for me, there’s still that weird feeling in the back of my head that’s like, all right, I know that my mom and dad are going to hear it and my little sister, and that’s really weird for me.”

That makes sense. Who would want their little sister to discover about the birds and the bees via their lyrics? Much better to have her Google what the public school system leaves out of the Human Growth and Development class. Though, Demi should beware of that route, because Google searches can pop up some pretty suggestive nudie pics.

Overall, Demi is true to her word. Her insanely catchy song “Give Your Heart a Break” is simply about loving a guy. Sure, the music video has her rolling around a bed with seemingly nothing on with said guy, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they were doing the nasty. They could just be nude sheet rolling, which is a favorite past time of many couples.

Her other single song “Heartattack” avoids sexual lyrics. There’s a lot of self-boob grabbing with her black painted hands (like a lot of boob grabbing) in the music video, but that’s not really sexual because that’s just where the heart is – under the boobs.

Now her song “Neon Lights” is a metaphor for love because they’re burning up like neon lights, which burn. Sure, Demi says that the guy will be “coming home with me tonight” but that’s probably because of some innocent fun like her nude swimming in the music video or a riveting game of Parcheesi or Monopoly.

[h/t Sugarscape]