Increasingly, artists are expressing their feminism in their music, and feminists concerns are being taken seriously in myriad ways across the music industry. All the while, there remains no clear consensus as to what feminism should look like, which can lead to certain disagreements: For some, sex positivity is a feminist stance, while for others, it represents submission to the male gaze. Are these politics so influential elsewhere being left behind when we hit the dance-floor? Why are we still shaking our tail feathers to misogynistic music, and why does it feel so good? To discuss the matter, we have brought together a roster of local pop pundits.