I literally don't see how Lana is "glamorizing" death at this present moment. Yes, she's been quoted in interviews and has an album called Ultraviolence where death is brought up but in the end who cares? She's not singing songs telling people to jump off buildings and she's not having performances where she drinks cyanide so what is the big deal? I understand someone like Frances because of her father and his suicide and tbh people do glamourize his death a LOT they make it seem like it was poetry when in reality he had demons that won. I think the same way as Lana. Growing up my mother told me about Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Natalie Wood, River Phoenix, Judy Garland, etc. and they are all timeless icons. There is something about dying young but not in a way that I can really describe. It's more of a youth complex and the fact that they are frozen in time and never deteriorated in the publics eyes. Frances is right that people shouldn't glamourize death I completely agree but she shouldn't have done it that way. Who cares though shit happens and things are cleared up.