Boundaries of Hip Hop Feminism
Gwen Pough defines hip hop as a worldview--as a epistemology grounded in the experiences of communities color--and as a cultural site for re-articulating identity and sexual politics. She goes on to write, "a hip hop feminist is more than just someone who likes and listens to rap music, but feels conflicted about it. A hip hop feminist is some one who is immersed in hip hop culture and experiences hip hop as a way of life." In your opinion, when does it become necessary to draw these lines?