One could argue that sexism has been an unfortunate undercurrent in popular music since time immemorial, in both lyrical content and the sex-sells packaging of modern starlets. But while women have a sizable share of the country-music world and a respectable place at rock & roll's table, the hip-hop scene still struggles with outmoded models of macho posturing and sexist rhetoric. Taking its name from the deathless Destiny's Child jam, Nirit Peled's... More >>>