3. “Social transvestisms, subliminal dressed up as piety”
Playing on the term for someone who cross-dresses and enjoys swapping the usual traits of the opposite sex, Lauryn calls society yet another illustration of this flipping. With people and ideas frequently changing meaning, labeling the bad as good, it is nearly impossible to find true values still alive and clear. “Dressed up” as goodness, the morals on shows, in music, and in everyday life act like wolves in sheep’s clothing, trapping us in evil before we even realize how wrong we are.