The Authentic Eclectic

Taylor Swift’s Feminist Growing Pains

She’s come a long way since 1989

Matt Le Blanc, Taylor Swift, Chris Rock, Sean O’Pry. Matt Dwyer
Taylor Swift, Matt LeBlanc, Chris Rock, and Sean O’Pry onstage at the 1989 World Tour. Denielle, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Taylor Swift- the Feminist- reappeared in 2021 with a spontaneous message. Since she has become woke over the last few years, Swift has integrated feminism into her brand in an authentic way. The latent patriarchal critique of “mad woman,” on her 2020 album folklore, contrasts the…

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