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Joan Morgan writes about the misogyny of rap music in From Fly-Girls to Bitches and Hos . Though Morgan’s target audience seems to be young black women, this is a piece that should speak to all women. Morgan is trying to shine a light on the black community and explain why black men are so angry with each other and the women around them. She is trying to excuse the violence and the drug use. Within all of this lies another message; one about the hatred of
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Unformatted text preview: women as displayed by both males and females. Morgan is quick to point out that women are just as nasty to each other and that “at some point we’ve all been the recipients of competitive, unsisterly, “bitchiness”…”(447). If we cannot stand up for, and respect ourselves how can we expect any male to do the same....
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