We’re diving back into the world of misogyny in songwriting, but this time we’re focusing on pop music released over the past 15 years. We touched on all your favorites, nobody is safe, we cover 5 Seconds of Summer, Ed Sheeran, One Direction, Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, Avril Lavigne, Paramore and even Harry Styles, nobody is safe this week.
We’re joined by two Lana super fans, Hannah and Audrey Leach of Sleepover Cinema Podcast, to talk us through not only the many controversies of Lana Del Rey’s career but also of being a Lana fan.
we’re joined by Miyoko Esco who is a touring crew member with over seven years of experience under her belt to unpack all this. We discuss what’s in place to help those struggling while out on the road, and what she feels could be changed to help out with the mental health burden that comes with being on the road for most of the year.
It’s no secret that if you’re a female in pop music, you’re going to be over-sexualized by not only the media but also the public. Stylist Payton Dales gives us some insider insight into how every choice in music styling, even the over the top ones, are 100% intentional.
The number of times we’ve listened to a song, as female-identifying humans, and thought “wait… does this singer hate me…” are truly too many to count. We’ve decided to look deeper into why misogyny in songwriting is so inescapable.