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    This is about the relationship between hiphop and women.what are your thoughts in regards to their relationship?



    Honestly, I think hip hop falsely advertises women but so does TV, magazines, etc.. they advertise them as sex objects but they are actually mothers, daughters, sisters and wives.. and not in that order.. now don’t get me wrong, “sex sells” but that’s another topic :)

    On the other hand, hip hop and women are ‘divided’ because women (and men) should form hip hop instead it seems today like hip-hop is forming or better yet ‘reforming’ women (and men).

    Funky Town.. Memphis, Tennessee


    That is true.I feel that we as the hiphop community should diversify our art.i believe in balance meaning whenever there is so much of something something else should be presented as another option otherwise we run the risk of wearing things providing variety we broaden the streams of revenue and capitol coming in from more areas.

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