Emily Ratajkowski said you’re a misogynist if you don’t like Taylor Swift. Some people have different reasons for not liking Taylor Swift’s music; not all are because they don’t like women.
Emily Ratajkowski, a well-known person, used not to be a fan of Taylor Swift.
But after going to one of her concerts, her opinion changed. In a podcast with Troye Sivan, she admitted that not liking Swift might have been a sign of misogyny on her part.
Ratajkowski now thinks Taylor Swift is a talented songwriter and performer, and she considers herself a Swiftie, which is what Taylor Swift’s devoted fans are called.
Some people may not enjoy her music. It is often called bubblegum pop; some may find it too sugary or lacking substance.
Others may not like her personal and confessional lyrics. Some may dislike her public image, thinking it is manufactured or calculated.
People could also dislike Taylor Swift’s music due to misogyny. They may not appreciate her success as a woman in the music industry or her openness about her personal life.
It is impossible to know why someone dislikes her music.
However, Emily Ratajkowski’s claim that disliking Taylor Swift makes someone a misogynist is a harmful generalization.
This content implies that there is no valid reason not to like Taylor Swift’s music and that if someone dislikes it, they are automatically being sexist.