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As women across the world are saying #MeToo, Kesha is shining bright for victims of sexual assault on her “Rainbow Tour.” “Finding the strength to come forward about these things is not easy, but I want to help others who are going through tough times,” she recently said in a moving op-ed. Go to GlobalCitizen.org to read more about how #Kesha is inspiring audiences across the country. #rainbowtour #womenandgirls 🌈

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Kesha on Taylor Swift, excerpt from Rolling Stone:

Taylor Swift went as far as to donate $250,000 toward Kesha’s expenses. Swift, Kesha says, “is a fucking sweetheart. Very, very sweet, very, very genuine, extremely generous, picks up the phone every time I call her. My mom doesn’t even always pick up the phone!” And, as for Swift’s latest controversies: “I’m not really up on my pop culture. Should I know something about it? I live in my record player.” (x)

… [Taylor] is a fucking sweetheart. Very, very sweet, very, very genuine, extremely generous, picks up the phone every time I call her. My mom doesn’t even always pick up the phone!“

Kesha on Taylor Swift donating $250,000 to help with her legal expenses. (Rolling Stone Magazine)

reputation theory::

so there was this theory about taylor and kesha writing together after kesha tweeted about writing with a grammy winning artist followed by taylor-like emojis a few weeks ago. now, this might be a stretch, but since we know kesha and taylor are on good terms and we know the ‘reputation’ font, kesha’s new tattoo could be a song she and taylor wrote together for the album.

look at the font. and it also makes sense that the title be called, “live free” as the album is about taylor’s reputation and reclaiming it. this could be the last song of the record like how “clean” was for '1989’ to end on a good note.

but again, i could be WAY off.

Love and equality meet rock ‘n’ roll in the space where joy — generated by noise, outrageous pleasure, dancing, and voices raised together — overcomes judgment. In this decade, women pop stars have often created that space. Some, like Beyoncé and Lady Gaga, have made explicitly political moves; others, like Rihanna and Kesha herself, simply showed what personal freedom looks like now. Even in a year when women’s dominance in pop has diminished somewhat (a swerve being corrected by Cardi B’s emergence and the polarizing return of Taylor Swift), pop’s women are today’s rock stars, pushing limits and redefining moral codes.

Kesha Annihilates Authenticity

Photo: Courtesy of Jason Myers