Like apples to oranges, both fruitful. Two eyes, two ears, two ovaries too. That’s where we draw the line, and it’s the differences that give us an excuse. No words to resist. Can’t write without a thumb. How can she say she doesn’t want this done? And every thirteen months, until she’s no good, given what will only be taken away to the same fate, or a veal crate. All for the precious by product. If you wouldn’t want your mother, sister, friend, as a milk and baby factory, don’t let it happen in your name to a creature with two eyes, two ears, two ovaries.

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Feminists, Don't Have A Cow song meanings
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    My InterpretationThis is about feminists that explore another female animals, like cows that have "two eyes, two ears, two ovaries too". They do not have how to ask to stop. If wouldn't like that for women, why would you agree whit this happening with another beings? It's damn clear! (V)
    hiperalgesiaon April 27, 2014   Link
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    General CommentSo. It kind of seems like this song is about not having children. It might be about women that have multiple children for money (like that one woman in the news that had like, quad-sep-ultra-tuplets).
    koalajron October 19, 2011   Link
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    My OpinionIt's about the fact that women, in the traditional perspective, must give birth, this is their fate, this must be their life goal, get married, have a child, because they are fruitful.This kind of women,exist,they are teached this way,they are forced to be this way and nothing else.Every women must have a choise before doing anyting!
    midnightzoneon September 19, 2013   Link

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