JP Reynolds holds a mirror to himself and questions the most sensitive aspect of being a man.  With the reckoning season driven by #MeToo, it’s important (for men especially) to reflect upon the ways in which we all operate in sexual encounters. JP Reynolds adds: “I definitely have been looking back on my own sexual history and re-evaluating behavior that could have been harmful even though I’m supposedly one of the so-called ‘good guys.’ The unfortunate and ugly truth is that the bar is just set way too low and rape culture is the air we breathe. And frankly, it’s not enough to just look in the mirror to realize I, too, have done some things I’m not proud of – I’ve got to make some changes. I hope this song can inspire some genuine thought.”

It’s the second song in a series that JP REYNOLDS intends to continue throughout the year, releasing at least one song per month.



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