"If you don’t give us the chance to be heard, potential fans will NEVER hear us,” Morris wrote...
The idea that listeners — women in particular — don’t listen to female artists is an oft-repeated misconception cited by program directors using data that’s unverifiable. The myth is essentially stifling the careers of female artists because of little more than a (misinformed) hunch, creating a cycle of inequality and a self-fulfilling prophecy. These days men do perform better on radio — because they’re often the only ones getting airplay."
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