The latest anti-Madonna screed is that shes too old to make dance club bangers about breaking it down and getting it on. That criticism seems bizarre, like telling Bruce Springsteen hes too old to rock about the blue-collar American experience, or telling Eminem hes too old to rap about his crappy home life: this isnt some thing they do, its who they are. As a song, Girl Gone Wild is incredibly infectious but disposable dance-pop about cutting loose after feeling clamped down for too long. But as a Madonna Moment, its more significant. Look back at her younger days writhing in a wedding dress, and Madonnas scandalous, subversive assertions of female sexuality seem quaint by todays standards. Guess what? In twenty years well look back and wonder why it was deemed so crass that a newly divorced, fitter-than-most fifty-something would proclaim (gasp!) shes not ready for spinsterhood yet.