Ten short years of progressive change
Fifty fucking years of calling us names

Can we trade title nine for an end to hate crime
Are you-486 if we suck your fuckin dick
One step forward, five steps back

One cool record in the year of rock-rap
Yeah we got all the power getting stabbed in the shower
And we got equal rights on ladies night

Feminists we're calling you
Please report to the front desk
Let's name this phenomenon
It's too dumb to bring us down

F.y.r. fifty years of ridicule
F.y.r. take another picture

F.y.r. fifty years of ridicule
F.y.r. take another picture

Mrs. Doubtfire on mother's day
On-the-job stalker for equal pay
Toss us a few new aids drugs
As national health care bites the dust

While you were on vacation
Black people didn't get reparations
You know these days no one's exploited
Sorry dude can't hear you with my head in the toilet

Feminists we're calling you
Please report to the front desk
Let's name this phenomenon
It's too dumb to bring us down

F.y.r. fifty years of ridicule
F.y.r. take another picture

F.y.r. fifty years of ridicule
F.y.r. take another picture

You've really come a long way baby
It's you, not the world, that's totally crazy
'cause we rocked the fuckin' vote
With election fraud in poor zip codes

Celebrate gay marriage in Vermont
By enforcing those old sodomy laws
One step forward five steps back
We tell the truth they turn up the laugh track

Feminists we're calling you
Please report to the front desk
Let's name this phenomenon
It's too dumb to bring us down


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    General CommentI love this song. I thinks it's about how society says that women and not just women but other minority or oppressed groups have it all good now and have equal rights and make fun of them if they say that they don't but it's really just a facade or tokenism coz there are still issues regarding equality for them that are laughed at are or are ignored and this song is calling for them to unite and not stand for it and let them know that they won't stand for it.
    Emily Strangeon May 11, 2005   Link

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