Janelle Monae On Misogyny in Hip-Hop: I Only Ever Want to Hear Women Rap

Janelle Monae to Headline HBO's Digital Pride Celebration 'Human by Orientation'

With all of the crumbling of expired ideals and old-world symbolism in American society, it isn’t shocking that singer and actress Janelle Monae took to social media to attack the Goliath of misogyny and patriarchy in Hip Hop. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information In a series of tweets sent out just before the 4th of […]

ESPN Cancels The Misogynistic “Barstool Van Talk” After One Episode


ESPN launched “Barstool Van Talk” on ESPN2 in the hopes of harnessing the growing popularity of its backer, the raunchy Barstool Sports site, for its wee-hours schedule. But just days after starting the program, ESPN is pulling it off the air. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information The program, said ESPN President John Skipper, in a […]

Music Matters: Does Misogyny Get An Unfair Pass In Hip-Hop Culture?

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Hip-hop started out as a cultivation of musical talents and experiences by underrepresented black youth in the 80s. As time progressed it became so much more. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information From art to fashion, hip-hop has left a mark on every industry it’s come in contact with. As a result, for the first time […]

HERSource Heroine: Why #FreeKesha Should Also Be A Wake Up Call For Hip Hop

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Pop singer Kesha was recently denied her preliminary motion to be released from a recording contract with Kemosabe Records, brainchild of her alleged abuser Lukasz Sebastian Gottwald a.k.a. Dr. Luke. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information The contract states Kesha must fulfill her duty to record a significant six more albums under the Sony-owned label. Her […]