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Spin: “The Debate About Rap, Misogyny, and Homophobia.”


This week’s column is a bunch of related but all-over-the-place thoughts on Ashley Judd, Frank Ocean, Mister Cee, and Lil B.

The complex relationship between rap music, misogyny, and homophobia forever stays a talking point for hip-hop’s chin-stroking faction. But in the past few weeks, such issues have crept into even the most casual discussions of the genre. There’s just been a whole bunch of strange, freaky shit going on with hip-hop and sexuality lately, and much of it relates to what I’ve been trying to parse out here in the past few columns. So this week, I’m going to revisit some of those earlier ideas, throw out a few new ones, correct myself in a couple of places, and just generally trace how this discussion is evolving — or in some ways, devolving…

Written by Brandon

April 23rd, 2011 at 7:05 pm

Posted in Spin, Spin column

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