This new book takes a look at misogyny in the music industry

This new book takes a look at misogyny in the music industry
Some music industry executives have tried and failed to get an advance copy. But things may heat up again now that a female executive has written a book about the misogyny she experienced over 25 years in the business. This could be good. The manuscript has been kept under very tight wraps. And let’s not even get started on the groupie phenomenon. Can’t wait. It’s designed to sell sex and fantasy. She details occasions where DJs were bribed with hookers and blow, how executives hired and promoted girlfriends and other examples of bad behaviour. Awful behaviour has become entrenched, but institutionalized over the decades. Back in February, I wrote a piece for GlobalNews.ca about how the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements had the music industry terrified. There have been some reckonings, but progress been slow. This entire industry was founded on sexual permissiveness and promiscuity. Names are named. After all, this entire business is based on a product that promotes and sells sex. I wrote:
But finding justice for those abused at the hands of music industry types may prove to be more difficult than in other areas of the entertainment business. Anything for a Hit, set for publication on September 4, will be the first book written by a woman about the music industry in the era of #MeToo. And people are nervous.