The album, Speak Your Mind, by Anne-Marie, made me think of all those occasions when you really want to say what you think, but you are forced to shut up, when that impulse floods your mind and your heart you feel a huge I want to raise my voice and not to silence a single word, but you do not. Get rid of fears or good manners, shake off that double standard that sometimes suffocates those who do not dare to be themselves and prefer to pretend to be other people. The fear of many people to be expelled from a social circle or work forces them to silence things that are sometimes very important and can make the difference between living a life in freedom or suffer the consequences of silence complicit in abuses and arbitrariness, even with themselves. I know that for this moment you will be thinking that it is too much what I said, simply based on Anne-Marie's album, but I do not think so. These songs, although played with a lot of lightness and softness throughout the album, are a reflection of what many are feeling today. The flow of political correctness is everywhere and the new inquisition of social networks stalks all who participate in them and, at the slightest carelessness, whatever you say will be magnified and you will be mercilessly lynched by those faceless virtual beings and without any scruple to influence a huge number of people who like to eat carrion and have never had the courage to say what they think, either because of cowardice, or because they do not think. The worst of all is that this practice is transcending the virtual and is moving to real life. The simple fact of not agreeing with what the majority thinks is a reason to receive all kinds of insults and attacks by those who prefer to be part of a pack and will never have the courage to be like eagles: able to fly alone. All those horrid faceless beings and shielded in the anonymity of social networks have been able to cause other people to attempt against their own lives because they could not stand the mockery, slander, contempt or expulsion of a certain circle to which they belonged, and It was very important to them because it gave them identity and recognition. And all because of saying what they think, sometimes by accident and in others, by the legitimate right of all people to express what they think, as they want and when they want, without this being a reason for anyone to attack you either physically or virtually. That is why, when a girl like Anne-Marie puts emphasis on these issues and dares to say what she thinks, and regardless of whether you like the music she plays or not, she is worth recognizing, being alert to those calls for attention and support the freedom of the people and the right not to suffer any attack for it.