FlourishAnyway believes there is a playlist for just about any situation and is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song. For all the women in our lives who need a power boost of encouragement, this Girl Power Playlist is for you! It's for women like my sister, facing divorce with three young boys to raise.
Here's a Power Boost
Nevertheless, she persisted. Female artists have shared their truths—writing about gender stereotypes and double standards, womanhood and boldly exemplifying what being a woman with confidence can look like. What do we want? When do we want it? This song is as relevant today as it was in when it was released. Power Lines: Ooh, your kisses, sweeter than honey And guess what? So is my money. Swift takes on everything from manspreading to gender stereotypes in her powerful music video of this song. Stick around for the ending. TLC details how exhausting it can be to try to conform to what society calls beautiful, and reminds women to look to no one other than themselves to define their beauty.
Whether you're looking for some encouragement or just need to be reminded of the strong and powerful woman you are, there are tons of awesome songs out there to choose from for any situation. Here are some of the best girl power songs EVER Taylor Swift shines a big light on the double standards between men and women in this song from her album Lover. Most empowering lyric: "A girl can do what she wants to do and that's what I'm gonna do". For anyone feeling stuck in the gutter, Kelly helps us remember that weathering life's biggest storms only make us stronger.
Music has the ability to empower the listener just as much as it does the artist. For members of less-represented communities especially, music offers a confidence boost for those moments when they feel powerless in the world. We've put together a list of 25 songs to help inspire people who want to live their lives as loudly and authentically as they choose, because regardless of who you are or where you come from, everyone is entitled to musical empowerment. The song's lyrics directly address women and urge them to not settle for men who don't treat them like the queens that they are.