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    Female Rappers’ Slut Anthems For Pride Month 2022

    Some people hate all women no matter what, but the rest of us enjoy watching women have fun. Check out these female rappers who are challenging what it means to be a “slut”. Some even find the word to be empowering! This slut anthem playlist comes just in time for Pride Month 2022.

    1. Hoodrat Drew Barrymore

    “It ain’t your business who I’m f*cking with!” Brooke Candy is repeating what Salt-N-Pepa were preaching about in the 90s. When it comes to the intimate actions of others, gossip is wack.

    2. Mouth Wide Open

    Sex is about vulnerability. “My fingers in it, gentle/Explore this ***** mental.” Cupcakke is pushing boundaries, but sometimes it’s by being a tender lover to her male partners.

    3. Get Gnarly, B*tch

    Baby Tate made a major slut anthem. “He thought he was a freak ’til he met me!” Baby Tate is not playing. In fact, she says she’s a tutor.

    4. Pussy Give Speeches

    “This p*ssy from the projects!” City Girls is prideful of not only her p*ssy, but also of her neighborhood. Doja Cat is one of the most clever female lyricists in the industry today.

    5. Shakin’ A**

    “Got a real hot box, but a b*tch don’t smoke!” Meg thee Stallion iconically defined what it meant to be a “hot girl” by making an entire career out of reclaiming her sexuality. Women like her represent the future.

    6. In Her Bank I Deposit

    “Mama ate her Wheaties, make her a** grow!” Wheaties have been the cure for a good time since the days of MF DOOM.

    What slut anthem was your favorite? How do you feel about women challenging social norms? Do you like your ladies unconventional? Let us know by leaving a comment.

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    1. I love the idea of women challenging social norms.
      But exactly what are the “social norms” being challenged?
      Women are more than “sex objects”.
      I was under the impression that most women dislike being objected upon.
      The videos sampled above in terms of the objectification of women: are they challenging or promoting objectification?
      Perhaps I am modestly old-fashioned or perhaps I am just misunderstanding the artist’s intention.
      Either way, EXCELLENT article!

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