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would you mind giving me an idea of why describing a band as female-fronted is bad? i dont doubt that it is i just dont see why exactly
- Anonymous

infinitycrush:

it’s not an offensive term as it literally describes a group of musicians, but I think it requires some reflection: why does my gender define my music above all else - and what are the inevitable connotations that coincide with that definition? why are ‘female fronted’ bands a necessary distinction from just ‘bands’ (male fronted): roots of fetishization or unconscious misogyny (or both, as the two often have a direct correlation)? what are the unintentional presumptions about a ‘female fronted’ band as opposed to just a band (besides obviously that it’s a woman singing)? why are bands still considered ‘masculine’ unless noted otherwise despite years and years of female contribution to music?

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