As with any Ke$ha CD, this is full of sex, swearing, and horrible messages about partying. But if you look at the bright things about this CD, there are a fair amount of things to find, at least in my one favourite song: Warrior. The rest of the album isn't any prize (Beautiful Life is a very catchy, positive view on everything in this world that we parents try to steer our children away from), but Warrior is heaped with messages I love. The basic theme of the song is how "our generation" (not my generation I'm guessing, but my kid's) is fighting for the things that are right, and she's absolutely right there. The issues she's mentioning are gay marriage, fighting even for "bad" kids, etc. I support these things and think any parent who does will love this specific track. I was not too surprised at it (like Lady G's Born This Way, the way the great messages are presented is not surprising at all somehow), but loved it all the same. Sure, there's swear words heaped in there, but if you're a Ke$ha listened, what can you expect? Really, I am delighted with this song. However, the rest of the album has Ke$ha all over it, and I'd probably steer clear of it. Sure, the songs are catchy and I listen to them plenty, but any kid under about 14 will probably get severely punished if they go around humming the words to them.