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It wasand women were starting to get loud.

In the academywriters and theorists were debating prostitution, pornography, and BDSM. The Equal Rights Amendment was making its last rounds through Congress, passing in the House but not getting enough votes to be added to the Constitution.

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Alice Walker had just published The Color Purple. Across the Atlantic, Margaret Thatcher was continuing her hhave as the first female prime minister of Britain.

The Feisty Feminism of 'Girls Just Want to Have Fun,' 30 Years Later - The Atlantic

How has this song become so deeply girs in American culture? But it takes more than big hair and a good beat to become a cultural tagline.

When I spoke with Lauper about the story of her first big hit, she was definitive: Not for her, though: You got a problem habe that? The original version of the song, written by Robert Hazard, girls who like to have fun a decidedly different point of view: Lauper reworked the track to fit her views on women and sexuality, including the lines that are often celebrated as a wno feminist throw-down:. Some boys take a beautiful girl And hide her away from the rest of the world I want to be the one to walk in the sun Oh girls, they want to have fun.

Equality among women was just as important to Lauper as equality between men and women: The result was a song and video that caught the attention of the mainstream by defying it.

For Lauper, it seems natural that pop should be political.

With their gender-bending videos and patriarchy-bashing lyrics, these songs hint at the issues that preoccupy mainstream feminism the most right now: We want to hear what you think about this article. Submit a letter to the editor or write to letters theatlantic.