A Letter to Christina... Whether or not she reads it :/
Dear Christina Aguilera,
I have been a fan of yours since "Genie in a Bottle" was released back when I was 5. I've been singing and dancing to your music. When "Stripped" came out, I was too young to understand the meaning and depth of the lyrics... My parents seemed a bit weary, but knew that I loved you and looked at you as a role model. As your music and fame continued to grow, so did I. At the young age of 5, I realized that something was different about me, but never knew what... So at the age of 13, I found out that I was gay.
Finding this out was terrifying... I didn't know what or how to tell my parents, so I hid it from them. I remember listening to the thank you messages at the end of your "Back to Basics" album, and to this day, it brings me to tears. Luckily, during my junior year of high school, 2009-2010, I found the love of my life. I never strayed away from your music, though. I couldn't help but share this joyous world of Christina Aguilera that I have grown up with. I showed him all of my favorites. With all this happiness in my life... I decided to tell my parents that I was gay. Unfortunately... they aren't accepting of who I am, and kicked me out of the house. I was blessed with Chris' (my boyfriend's) mom, who let me stay there until things settled down in my home. I returned about 2 weeks later, thinking that all had calmed down. At this time, a new album was released by you. I was so, so, so, excited to hear the powerful, and meaningful lyrics that I came to know, and love, and cherish. Unfortunately... they weren't so...
Now, don't get me wrong, I love the "Bionic" album, it is definitely a new twist on who you are. But, I do truly miss those deep, passionate lyrics that invoked emotion, and what made me be a life long fan. I was in need of your music, and hoped it came in the form of your new music. So I turned back to the old music that showed the human that you are. I love you Christina Aguilera... I really, really do. You have helped me most with my family struggles by the "Stripped" album, and made me feel love with the "Back to Basics" album. I think this is whenever your career hit a major downfall, and your ticket sales didn't boom like the prior two albums.
I really wish that you could do a tour... I would love to meet the woman who changed my life. I tell Chris that I would probably cry hysterically if I were to see you because you have helped me so much.
Christina... I love you, your music, and all that you have represented throughout my life.
Very respectfully, and full of love,