When Feminism Becomes “Popular”

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In the newest Hollywood attempt to be a feminist, J-Lo tries to reverse the age old women being objectified by men in music videos theme. Watch her music video here for “I Luh Ya PaPi” (weird name) and decide for yourself if this does anything for feminism. I really agree with one of my favorite PolicyMic feminist authors, Elizabeth Plank, when she says that J-Lo was just as bad as the rappers she is criticizing and to, “tear down gender stereotypes, we need to think outside of the box.”

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