The other day we posted a Q&A with Khia, the woman responsible for the masterpiece “My Neck, My Back.” That Q&A was specifically tailored for the TL;DR crowd and was cribbed from the much longer piece below, which presents a much more comprehensive—and sociological—analysis of Khia’s career and its implications within the context of hip-hop’s patriarchal tendencies. The reason we’re posting this second take is so you, the reader, can choose between being fully informed (this version) or semi-informed because you don’t like to read anything over 800 words (the previous version). Have fun.