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New Ani DiFranco Song Is A Battle Cry For Reproductive Freedom

Iconic feminist singer Ani DiFranco just graced us with a new song and music video calling for reproductive freedom ? and, of course, it’s awesome. The song, “Play God,” is the first single from DiFranco since she released her album “Allergic To Water” in 2014. In usual DiFranco fashion, the song blends her folk-rock voice with a fight for women’s equality ? and it does not disappoint.
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