Misogyny in rap music  

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"The Sarah Jones song "Your Revolution," a feminist interpretation of "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" criticizing misogyny in hip hop (with the key line "Your revolution will not happen between these thighs"), was banned by the FCC."

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Misogyny in hip hop culture refers to lyrics, videos or other aspects of hip hop culture that support, glorify, justify, or normalize the objectification, exploitation, or victimization of women. It can range from innuendoes to stereotypical characterizations and defamations.

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