Can't stop the grrrls : confronting sexist labels in pop music from Ariana Grande to Yoko Ono
by Hirsch, Lily E., 1979-
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"This is a convincing call to action." Publishers Weekly From stars like Britney Spears and Mariah Carey to classic icons like Yoko Ono, female musicians have long been the target of double standards and toxic labels in pop culture. Lily Hirsch confronts the full range of sexist labeling and inspires us to think about these remarkable women on their own terms.
ContentsForeword / Meshell Ndegeocello
They're gonna crucify her
"Yoko oh no"
Driving Britney Spears crazy
FKA twigs and the Twi-trolls
Taylor Swift as a modern Medusa
Kesha Sebert versus Dr. Luke
It's Mariah Carey, dahhhling!
Ariana Grande and the "dangerous woman"
Taking back bitch
Epilogue: Racist, sexist words
Afterword / Amy Ray.
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Sexism in music.
Women in popular culture.
Women musicians -- Public opinion.
|Publisher|| Lanham :Rowman & Littlefield,2023
|Other Titles|| Can't stop the grrrls
Can't stop the girls
Confronting sexist labels in pop music from Ariana Grande to Yoko Ono
1969- writer of foreword.
Ray, Amy, writer of afterword.
xxiv, 209 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-202) and index.