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Reggaeton In The Age of #MeToo

This week, we had a thoughtful discussion of the genre's sometimes controversial depiction of women.
Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, performing with female dancers during this year's Grammy telecast, is a topic on this week's show. Source: Kevin Winter

We are living through an amazing moment — a cultural shift spurred by the #MeToo and #TimesUp movement that is bringing with it a rising awareness among men (some, at least) of the abuse of, or blindness It is particularly significant that the incidents that helped launch this national conversation occurred within the artistic community, following revelations that Harvey Weinstein abused his position of power over decades as a leader in the film industry.

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