In 1994, Kathleen Hanna became the poster girl of the "Riot Grrl" movement. Characterized by extreme, unapologetic feminism and abrasive punk rock, her band Bikini Kill scorched the underground rock scene with music that confronted the male dominated industry with their debut album, Pussy Whipped. It found a healthy supply of like-minded feminist punks and, while the mainstream was busy producing Nirvana rip-offs, the sidestream was enjoying the beginning of its newest importance. In 1998, Hanna disbanded Bikini Kill and formed Le Tigre, a three woman project that traded guitar fury for a sound based in lo-fi casio keyboards and danceable beats. The feminist ideals remained, the punk attitude still dominated, and what had been a fist in the face of casual music fans was now an accessable invitation to a dance party where all genders and all sexual orientations were welcome and celebrated.