How to Avoid Rap Rape Fantasy Stories in Your Rap Podcast
In rap podcasts, rape fantasy stories have become a staple, with rappers often using them to further their themes.
But what if you can’t afford the rap fantasy?
If you want to avoid the rape fantasy, here are some tips for avoiding the Rap Rap Rape fantasy.1.
Don’t make it about rape at all.
This is especially important for hip-hop podcasts, where rape is often used to highlight the misogyny of the rap industry.
When rape fantasy is a staple of rap podcasts for hip hop fans, they tend to focus on a handful of rapes.
But if you want your podcast to be relevant to hip hop culture, you want the rape fantasies to be about a wider range of crimes.
You don’t want the rappers to use rape fantasies about rapes from different cultures, races, or sexual orientations.2.
Use realistic rape scenarios.
Rap podcasts tend to feature mostly rape scenarios that focus on people trying to solve crimes with guns, drugs, and/or alcohol.
This means that rape fantasy scenarios are typically not based on the actual crimes that happen in real life.
For example, if a rapper was trying to explain how he got a woman pregnant by having sex with her at a bar, he might talk about how he beat the woman to death and put the body in the dumpster.
Instead of talking about a woman’s murder, the rapper might talk more about how a group of thugs got the woman pregnant.
In fact, rap podcasts often feature rape fantasies in which the rapist gets away with murdering people and stealing their money.3.
Limit rape fantasy to a single rape scene.
Rap podcasting doesn’t necessarily have to be a rape fantasy.
If you don’t think your rape fantasy could be a rap podcast, consider writing a rape story that focuses on the victim of a crime.
Instead, talk about what happened and how the victim survived.
For a rap fantasy to be worth your time, you might want to talk about a variety of rapes, from rape fantasies that involve murder to rape fantasies where the victim is sexually assaulted.4.
Avoid using a rapist’s real name or real hometown.
Rap fantasy episodes usually use rap artists’ real names and hometowns in order to show that the rape was really happening.
However, the reality is that many rap artists and rappers are not very good at hiding their real identities.
Rap artists who are famous for using their real names often use rap fantasy scenes to show how the rape victim is hiding something from the gang.
In rap fantasy stories where the rape has a gang component, the victim’s gang is usually the rapist.
Rap listeners may find that using real names or hometowns is easier for rappers who use rap fantasies to avoid being caught by a police investigation.5.
Be aware of stereotypes and other forms of racism in your rap podcast.
Rap music is often portrayed as a place where white men get to enjoy their rap, while black men are often the victims.
If the rapper you’re listening to has a rap show that’s not based in reality, be aware that this might be a form of racism.