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Taylor Swift Calls Out Sexist Critics Again

Taylor Swift is focusing on herself right now.

The “Blank Space” singer recently opened up in an interview with The Telegraph, saying right now “love isn’t really a priority,” and joked that she’s going to end up like a single cat lady in five years’ time.

When asked how she imagines her life at 30 years old, Swift said, “I’ll probably still be single, let’s be honest.”

The Grammy winner went on to say how difficult it is to maintain a happy relationship out of the spotlight: “No one’s going to sign up for this and everything that goes with it. I don’t know what’s going to happen if I’m ever content in a relationship. I don’t even know if that’s possible with the life I have.” But then she went on to joke that she’ll probably end up locked up in her house, “surrounded by cats.”

Beyond dating rumors, Swift is tired of people saying that she only writes music about man-hating, which has long been a critique of her songs. “There was a bit of a reputation for having a lot of boy-bashing songs,” Swift said. “Which is a sexist way of saying heartbreak songs.”

The singer previously called out critics last year for saying that she only writes about relationships, but not acknowledging that male musicians like Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran sing about the same things.

“They’re all writing songs about their exes, their current girlfriends, their love life and no one raises a red flag there,” Swift told Australian radio show “Jules, Merrick & Sophie.”

For the full interview, head to The Telegraph.