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Content[ edit ] The song talks about safe sexthe positive and negative sides of sex and the censorship that sex had around that time in American mainstream media. It also analyses reviews to verify trustworthiness.
Steve Huey from AllMusic called it a "playful safe-sex anthem". Critical reception[ edit ] The song received favorable reviews from many music critics.