BitchTapes: Southern Pride

Celebrating artists who take pride in their Southern heritage and espouse it in their music. Read more »

Don’t Get Comfortable: Culture-Jamming Cardi B and “Bodak Yellow”

A liberatory reading of “Bodak Yellow” as an anthem of anticapitalist femme revolution Read more »

Douchebag Decree: Justin Bieber Does Not Deserve a Grammy for “Despacito”

“Despacito” is the song of the year and that’s entirely due to the creative genius of three people of color and the song’s Puerto Rican roots—not Bieber. Read more »

“New Black Swing” Pulls Back the Curtain on Ending Love

New Black Swing is all about the slow end of a relationship you thought would last forever. Read more »

Bitch Approved: 3 Podcasts Feminists Should Listen To In December

These podcasts will keep you entertained as you travel to be with family and friends. Read more »

“Crystal Fairy” Delivers the Nightmare You've Been Waiting For

Crystal Fairy is cohesive in its uncompromising aesthetic. Read more »

Rendered Invisible: Pocahontas Is Not a Sex Symbol

We cannot end violence against Native women and girls if we continually sexualize them. Read more »

BitchTapes: Devotion

Songs about embracing your body as it is—haters be damned. Read more »

I Knew You Were Trouble When You Logged In: “The Swift Life” Monetizes and Exploits Fandom

Taylor Swift manipulates a feeling of closeness to deepen fans’ investment. Read more »

“Extra Ordinary” is a Continuation of Black Radical Tradition

Nappy Nina’s debut EP floats in the air between Oakland and Brooklyn. Read more »

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