If you like debating you may be happy with a great compilation of American pop culture debate topics for today. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice. Due to the media that the whole planet has adopted American pop culture as their own. We wouldn’t be much mistaken if we were to say that American pop culture makes a huge part of the global pop culture. Consequently, our article is bound to be enjoyed globally, instead of being interesting only to the American nation. In order to find interesting and current pop culture topics to write about, Insider Monkey first established some standards. Despite the fact that their article focuses on today’s moment, that doesn’t mean that the debate opportunities appeared only in 2017. There are topics abound which are still stirring some discussion among Americans today, even though the issues originally appeared a few years ago.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three American pop culture debate topics for today from their list.
The first one is “Is Beyoncé a good role model for girls?” She is probably one of the most popular female singers on the planet. The woman rules the charts, and the hearts, too. Hardly anyone will speak against her attitudes. Nevertheless, the world would be such a boring place if there weren’t for some opposition. Her critics say she is too provocative, a fake feminist and too narcissistic to be a good role model for young girls. The next debate topic can be “Star Wars vs. Star Trek” During the last elections, Americans were divided based on their voting preferences. Still, presidents come and go, but this is a division that will never end. Ever since the film and series have appeared there has been a constant disagreement on which one is the best. If neither appeals to you, we feel obliged to ask: are you even American? At last, but not least let’s check out “Women’s march: was it really useful?” The whole world watched the mass protests in front of the White House. On the one hand, it shows women’s power and willingness to let their voice be heard. On the other hand, there were issues with the organization, races (is it a protest by white women only) and even its name. The question remains: was the march powerful, or did it turn out to be even comical?