By Nathan M. Walters, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – In the summer of 1995 the airwaves and MTV were dominated by Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know" and her howling erotic breakup anthem that offered an empowered feminist voice to the generation. The single was released two years before the first Lilith Fair, and in many respects, paved the way for a generation of female artists that would follow.
Morissette, the Canadian-American former child actress turned sultry . . .