Their is always that outrage of Women saying things about women being degraded in hip hop amongst other stuff. I believe that the sex inspired lyrics in hip hop do benefit men but benefit women also. One of the biggest movies decades ago was "Deep Throat", it basically a porn with a storyline. It went on to earn more than 500 million dollars in the box office. The plot was that the clitoris was in the back of a womens throat. That concept would not fly in present day. In present day, you can see a naked women anywhere from walking down the street to a commercial. Back in the days, people were very uptight about any skin even being shown on beaches. The education system doesn't tell you much other than sperm can get you pregnant and AIDS can kill you. What has schools taught students about the female orgasm? Other than students asking questions, teachers don't bring it up much. The phenomenon surrounding the movie "Deep Throat" was that this was the first time the actual sexual act of deep throating was seen anywhere outside of a home. The intrigue from families represented something that nobody wanted talk about. Women were not being sexually pleased. The female orgasim has not been at the focus of attention ever socially but when you listen to sex in Hip-hop, besides anything else, the "macho" feeling of men being the catalyst for a women getting her orgasm has actually been beneficial to women sexually. Now men care about doing a good job with lyrics like "beating it up". Rap has been the education of sex that schools aren't teaching. If thats good for young kids hearing it, thats a different conversation. The videos that rappers create involving crowds of women offers economic benefits as well. Rappers without any education can still be successful, and now women have a lane to turn to if all doesn't go well in school. Fans do have their requirements of the rappers they prefer and people do still prefer pretty women so this benefit isn't for all women and wannabe rappers. All in all, their is a slight benefit that needs to be recognized and women are enjoying that factor of hip-hop more than ever in the bedroom.
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