Perhaps this case would be different if Kesha didn’t have such a bad-girl-who-likes-to-party image. And that’s not okay. This case is a big deal. And even though this may be the first case of its kind, it’s doubtful that this situation is unique. I’m sure in this male-dominated industry, Kesha is not alone.
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The image the label gave her, which she’s stated thousands of times by saying she wants to show all the sides of her personality with the music she would like to release but ISN’T ALLOWED.

It all comes back down to slut shaming, if this was a Christian country music singer I’m sure all of this would have a different outcome.

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