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27 December, 2013

Just a Girl for the ’10s

Gwen Stefani, Just A Girl
Keywords: fantasy, inequality, taking action

The 90′s had ‘Just a Girl’ by No Doubt. At the time I was too young to fully appreciate what a gift that was.  Mainstream, MTV-friendly, fully crossed over yet properly scathing in its listing of abuses that the world visits upon so-called liberated females. On the back of the band’s famous hit ‘Don’t Speak’, ‘Just a Girl’ reached millions.

Has there been another chart climbing feminist anthem since?

 

About the Author

Written by Violet N

Age 29

I love popular music but am disheartened that the music industry remains firmly a part of our sexist world instead of pushing back, as it is capable of doing

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