One of the main arguments about feminism is that it promotes reverse sexism or that movement is “sexist towards men.” These arguments come from people who do not understand oppression and how it works. Reverse sexism does not and cannot exist. Systematic oppression is when a society has normalized over a long period of time […]
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Karrie’s blog deals with her work as long term monitor engineer for Pearl Jam, issues facing women in the industry, and balancing being a single mom with touring. She is a founder of Soundgirls.org.
By: Karrie Keyes Berklee College of Music hosted a panel on Women in Audio, this past Sunday at The Village Studios in Los Angeles. Organized by Justine Taormino, from Berklee College of Music, the panel included April Tucker, Tina Morris, and myself. We had a mix of Berklee Students and Alumni and SoundGirls.Org members. It […]
By Karrie Keyes Or How to Encourage More Cooperation Most of us working in the music industry work with people we view as being overly competitive and are often viewed in a negative light. We all desire a workplace where everyone works as a team and gets along, where the environment is productive and enjoyable. […]