But the PTA’s resolution was relatively toothless – it really had no enforcement power and stopped short of calling for a boycott of all recordings. However, before all controversy over Prince’s alleged “profanity, sex, violence, or vulgarity” (pick one or two) had a chance to blow over, Mary Elizabeth “Tipper” Gore, wife of then-freshman Tennessee […]

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