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Topic - The Collaborator's Handbook
Posted: 30 Jun 2016 at 10:34am By 666sharon666
This is great work.

I haven't had time to read it in depth yet but a bit of feedback based on the bits I've skimmed through so far:

Quote Never write Female Vocals after a female performer's credit. Again, vocals are vocals. No one writes Male Vocals after a male performer's credit after all. It's sexism to differentiate between male and female performers this way, which is not something that MMA will tolerate in our collaborators or neutrally written records.


Thank you so much for putting this in. It pisses me off so much when I'm researching missing bands on EM with the way they insist of segregating women with the 'vocals (female)' credit.

Having a section on current site issues should prove helpful too, though I'd like to see these kinds of things get fixed soon.

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