Britney Spears: recent publications

Britney Is Free. Now Let's Free Others.

The year was 1998, I was 15, and I used crying as a way to manipulate my parents into letting me go to a Backstreet Boys concert. It was a great concert, by the way.

So I get it, we are happy for Britney Spears. Britney is free! Y2K pop fans, rejoice! And while I may be coming off as a bit flippant, the truth of the matter is — this is indeed a human rights win.

Yes, we can be happy for Britney! Her conservatorship, at least according to what I’ve read, took away her autonomy.  She was deprived of her right to self-governance of both her personal and financial choices. What we didn’t know, until recently, was just how much she wanted out of all this.

She had been trying for nearly a decade. Now the courts agree, and she has been released

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Britney Spears: Readers Choice

The year was 1998, I was 15, and I used crying as a way to manipulate my parents into letting me go to a Backstreet Boys concert. It was a great concert, by the way.
On Thursday, Aug. 12, 2021, James Spears announced that he was stepping down from Britney Spears’ financial conservatorship during a court filing. But there’s a catch. He won’t be stepping down for a while, especially since there’s no timetable for his removal.

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