“Between A Rapper And A Hard Place: The Night I Was Booed Off Stage Before A Big Sean Concert”

USC has outdone itself yet again in catering to a male-centric culture without consideration for the entire female half of the school. When Women’s Student Assembly Co-Director Kaya Masler expressed concern over the lack of female artist representation at Springfest 2013, she was offered a compromise: an alternative music festival featuring exclusively female artists to be held the weekend after Springfest and promoted onstage before the performance of Springfest headliner Big Sean. When Masler went up to make her announcement, however, she was ill-received. Read her thoughts on the evening and on women’s representation at USC here.

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One response to ““Between A Rapper And A Hard Place: The Night I Was Booed Off Stage Before A Big Sean Concert”

  1. Pingback: Big Sean’s Performance Reveals How Normalized Sexism is at USC | The Interloper @ USC·

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