By clearly just looking at the Beatles and Elvis as compared to Bob Dylan, the sexuality differences stand out on their own. For Bob Dylan. his lyrics is what stood out for him and what got him noticed. He was different then what was out there and rebellious. While the Beatles and Elvis were rebellious, it was not necessarily there lyrics that got them noticed in the beginning. There beats were new and there look was captivating to the American public, especially the women. With this new found control of the American people, they were able to control them and find their followings in the causes that they believed in. Elvis going to war and the Beatles protesting war and Bob Dylan focused more on the politics and his lyrics because for him a love song would not reach out the same way. With Blooms argument of pornography, while I think it is a bit dramatic, it might not be that far off. With there dance moves, lyrics and general appearance, women were throwing themselves out these artists. They would scream at Elvis' hip thrusts and shaking legs. For the women they wanted more(from Elvis and the Beatles).