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“I’m looking at whether Nicki Minaj’s hyper-sexuality through her body and her appearance promotes rigid gender types, and then whether that enforces ideas of homophobia within hip-hop,” Mcginty says. She is also examining Minaj’s gay male alter ego, Roman Zolanski, and whether her performance of a man plays into her hyper-sexuality or complicates it.

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Curator comment: this is an article about “Feminism and Hip-hop”at Harvard.

 

Author: Matthew J. Watson, March 20, 2012

 

Source: The Harvard Crimson, "the nation's oldest continuously published daily college newspaper."


Via Bill Herring LCSW, CSAT