Mankind, their kind, our kind,
but it's not kind.
Gender is a sin,
diversity is filth.
There's a sick and wretched contempt
inbred within us all.
And we all know our places,
and from the day that we're born,
we're indoctrinated.
And as much as I or anyone cares to speak on this,
half of human existance will be raped
mentally, physically, and spiritually.

He struck a part of me,
I saw the pain in her eyes.
I held her weeping head,
I saw her hate,
I saw her guilt,
I saw her shame,
her shame that had no reason.
He wanted control,
he wanted his vile domination.
I share her pain,
I share her grief,
I cry her tears,
her beauty and spirit have not been tainted.
My rage and hate are focused on him and all of his kind.
I'd gladly give my life so she would never cry again.

Lyrics submitted by chickendude

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