Writer. Host. Constantly looking for ways to rave about pop music and culture.
In past eras, Lana Del Rey played the Submissive Woman with little repentance: on Born to Die, she was an upper-class harlot; on Ultraviolence, a metropolitan sugar baby. Even as she stepped into more autobiographical (Honeymoon) and socially-conscious (Lust for Life) territory, the women in her songs often sang to their men with a slavish kind of surrender.