The Promise of Girl-on-Girl
BY Advocate.com Editors
August 06 2010 2:45 PM ET
T.A.T.U. — Russian girl duo T.A.T.U. made a huge splash when their debut single, “All the Things She Said,” was released in the United States. The song is about a girl who is afraid how society will react to her relationship with another girl, and bandmates Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova made out in the video, prompting the media to call them lesbians. Later, both girls said they weren’t gay and had never pretended to be, but the song was viewed as a stunt, and their popularity stateside faded.
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