Ginger Wildheart Release 'Don't Lose Your Tail, Girl' Video
Says Ginger: "Don't Lose Your Tail, Girl is a feminist song written by a man. I was brought up by strong women and had little positive male influence in my life in comparison. I think this gives me an unbiased view on the opposite sex, by which I mean it's unaffected by the stereotypes supported in magazines aimed at both men and women. In the end it's a song about appreciating yourself, giving yourself a break, which seems harder for women in society.
"I wanted Mark to film the movie as I know he has earned strong bonds with the actresses he works with," he adds. "He also has an eye for beauty beyond heavy make up and posing, which is what a nine-minute film really needs. Nine minutes of contorting females would be torturous to watch. He has captured personality and joy, as well as a darker side that is quite disturbing. I think the film is a work of art, occasionally uncomfortable to watch, but with a lasting feeling of freedom. It's a song about not losing your identity, and the film captures that in the natural beauty of the performances."
Director Mark Haldor adds that the film's intention is to "provoke a look at women, of all ages, races and backgrounds and what they go through in life, both positive and negative". Read more and watch the video here.
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