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Double Standards in the Rap Industry

More recently, female rap artists have been promoting female empowerment in their music. The rap genre, which was once saturated with male artists, has slowly been encompassing more and more female rappers, who have been challenging gender stereotypes with their music. 338 more words

Women, Sex, and Cars

Content Note: sexism, sexual symbolism in theatre

I bought a car this weekend.

The experience was fraught. Little Purple, my trusty steed for the last dozen years, had been ailing for the last year. 903 more words


Social Issues as Exposed by YouTube

Society has issues. This, without a doubt, is a true statement. Racism, sexism, poverty, hate, and a plethora of other issues plague society, polluting it with nefarious qualities. 643 more words

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Like A Girl

YouTube as a platform has always been a site where people can openly express their opinions without having to worry about the consequences of doing so. 601 more words


Do Not Blame the Viewers

A double standard has been created online allowing men to post content much more explicit and offensive without the same backlash as a woman counterpart would receive. 493 more words

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Negativity Can Promote a Positive Outcome

Gender inequality has been an ongoing issue for centuries. Women have only made progress in the work field, recently. In Lindsey Wotanis and Laurie McMillan’s “Performing Gender on YouTube” they explain the differences between women and men on social media such as YouTube, a video sharing website. 457 more words



Content note: trans persons in the media

I am not a trans activist. I do not claim to know enough about the trans community. Thusly, I will be brief and stick to what I know at present: language. 316 more words