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It paints a fairly dim picture of Blake, who has been accused - particularly by her father Mitch - as being the source of many of her problems.
Women are forever seen as outsiders, interlopers, their genius owed to the nearest male manager (The Runaways), producer-svengali (Ke$ha), famous boyfriend (Joni Mitchell) or husband (Alice Coltrane).
The way pop culture suggests an aversion to Courtney Love’s drug-addled mythology while espousing Cobain’s martyrdom, the way some communities shit on Lana Del Rey’s “aesthetic sadness” while simultaneously espousing emo bands fronted by men-- it’s not to say that any of these genres, digressions, or affinities necessarily deserve respect, but there is a schism and a definite, unfair gender binary that favors troubled men over troubled women--and their right to be troubled.
Men who grapple with issues that coincide with art and fame are canonized in death; women who do the same are made lesser, somehow, by their own unequivocal loss.
The family, who live in Claypole in Lincolnshire, have apparently been ostracised by residents in their town because of the public perception that Blake led to the singer's demise, reports The Times Magazine. I think we found each other and certain people need to realise that she did have other addictions before she met me.
She wasn’t a happy, well adjusted young woman, you know, and I find it disrespectful to imply I was some Machiavellian puppet master.'What is it about men: Amy and Blake at Gatwick Airport after returning from a holiday in St Lucia in 2007, left, and Blake outside the High Court in London, right, appealing his conviction for assault He recently consulted on the documentary movie Amy, due to be released this month, which follows their intense relationship, which she sings about in many of her most iconic hits.