The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports a decade-old push by mass marketers to erase the stigma attached to being “dirty” is gaining momentum. “When I hear the word ‘dirty,’ I guess I think of the Dirty Bird [dance], the Dirty South [rap lingo], Dirty Girl beauty products, dirty denim and now Christina [Aguilera’s] new song,” said Ashley Strahan, a second-year fashion merchandising student at Bauder College in Buckhead. “To me, ‘dirty’ is more fun than it is a turnoff. I guess it sort of means, ‘Let loose.'”
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