The Government of Navarra classifies songs by Amaral or Nena Daconte as "sexist" - The Province
The Government of Navarre, and its Skolae educational project, has been in the news in the last hours due to the presentation of the activity 'Do not sing me violence' This initiative, aimed at students of Secondary Education, has caused much controversy in the networks for the songs that have been chosen to illustrate the machismo that exists in music in Castilian.
"To think that reggaetón is the most sexist type of music at the moment, is an error", values the text shared by Skolae, who adds two lists of titles that they say promote, on the one hand, the "sexism"and on the other, the"gender violence"
In this way, in the first batch of songs you can find the names of Amaral, El canto del loco, David Bustamante, Nena Daconte, Shakira, Melendi or Juanes. Meanwhile, in the second, the noted artists are the following: Maluma, Joe Montana, Malú, Loquillo, La Factoría, Daddy Yankee and Dasoul.
The text closes with a final section dedicated to topics that "denounce gender violence". In it they arise 'A stranger in my bathtub' of Ana Belen Y 'I'm not going to change' of Malú.
This is the file that affirms that gender violence is transmitted with music and such. pic.twitter.com/lghy6FhWOW
- Carlos Salvador (@ccsalvador_) November 12, 2018
Dani Martín, singer of 'El canto del loco', has shown his disagreement on Twitter to the censorship of the song ' With you', from his old group. The vocalist explained that he is "dedicated to the affection that the public makes us reach from the shows".
It was time @gob_na Government of Navarre that you censor a song like "Contigo", written by me, dedicated to the affection that the public makes us arrive from the shows, in the stands, on the track or with their daily approach in the street to show us what they generate (follow)
- Dani Martín (@_danielmartin_) November 13, 2018