You Don’t Own Me by Lesley Gore: what’s left of this feminist anthem of the Sixties? — Eléna Pougin

Soon to be read on The Sundial Press, Sciences Po campus of Reims official media. Written for a course about the Sixties led by Pierre-Yves Anglès. Decades after its releasing, the famous song is still analyzed for its countercultural lyrics – especially while they’ve been written by men, and chanted by a woman. Sang by […]

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