"White Boy" as written by and George/moss O'dowd....
I don't think it's a problem 'cause
Most of the girls ask for it

Uh huh, how did they ask for it?

The way they act, the way they
I, I can't say they way they dress because
That's their own personal choice

Some of these dumb hoes,
Those slut rocker bitches walking down the street,
They're asking for it, they may deny it but it's true.

Lay me spread eagle out on your hill, yeah
Then right a book bout how i wanted to die
It's hard to talk with your dick in my mouth
I will try to scream in pain a little nicer next time

White boy, don't laugh, don't cry, just die!
I'm so sorry if I'm alienating some of you
Your whole fucking culture alienates me
I can not scream from pain down here on my knees
I'm so sorry that I think!

White boy, don't laugh, don't cry, just die!

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"White Boy" as written by Jonathan Moss George O'dowd

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  • +5
    General Commentok, that comments made by brainless97 is disgusting, some girls DO ask for it? Are you INSANE? This song was written for people like you. It's anti rape all the way. You can dress and act whatever the fuck you want and nobody is entitled to rape you or violate your rights in any way. I think the fact you even listen to Bikini Kill would make them gag.
    ambiguous90on September 12, 2005   Link
  • +4
    General CommentFirst point: anybody who thinks that this song is sexist needs to be quiet now.

    Second point: brainless97, you are a stupid, stupid, STUPID fuck. NOBODY asks to be raped. That is just the same stupid fucking mindset that this song is (rightfully) attacking. It takes a special kind of idiot to hear a song which explicitly points out that he is a misogynistic horse's-ass-of-a-man and then complement it and continue being a misogynistic horse's ass.

    Even if a woman actually is a tease or a slut (and frankly, they're terms that are just thrown around way too often by pathetic, insecure little men who can't look at a hot woman without evaluating her cup size) that IN NO WAY means they're asking to get raped. Anyone who thinks so IS asking to get smacked. If a guy starts acting like a bit of an arrogant asshole, does that mean he's asking to get taken out to the parking lot and then have the shit beaten out of him with a baseball bat until he's crippled from the waist down? Or is he just asking to get told not to be such an arrogant asshole? Get a little perspective, jackass.

    I can only hope that your wet-fart-of-a-comment was actually some sort of social satire that just went way over my head.
    shadowwiththeeyeson October 04, 2004   Link
  • +4
    General CommentGuys? "Yes, but..." is ALWAYS the wrong response to misogyny. This song is not about your issues. Go write your own songs about men being raped by women, and then talk about it in the comments there.

    Saying 'but what about the poor men!' every time women DARE to try to discuss women's issues is indefensible deflection, so knock it off.
    hispeton April 18, 2012   Link
  • +3
    General Commentasking to be raped is oxymoronic.
    vadgeon December 19, 2004   Link
  • +3
    General Commenti dont think bikini kill (or any women for that matter) have the power to be sexist. if we lived in a society where women systematically raped and abused men, then they would be sexist, but until that happens, theyre just speaking the truth about male violence. and also, that is not an issue of a few men, but of a whole rape culture ("your whole fucking culture alienates me"). there are plenty of men out there who might not rape themselves, but will be perfectly complicit with their male friends who do rape, or complicit with the rapes that are committed by the US army (you may have read recently about the hundreds of women raped by soldiers in the phillipines, or the all the other allegations that have come out in the past few years about rape in iraq and afghanistan). of course, there are men who do resist against this violent culture. i'm a white boy myself. those of us who really are committed to stopping rape though really need to start proving it, and intervene when men we know are responsible for violence against women, whether these men are our friends, family, or the US army.
    adamndirtyshameon November 12, 2005   Link
  • +2
    General Commentand i know this is a forum for songmeanings, not general oppinions, but i'm curious as to why nameless97 thiks that ANY woman would ask to go thru the ordeal of rape. It's people with that attitude that this song is against! I'm sure Kathleen hanna would not be pleased to hear you like her song.
    absyntheon June 13, 2004   Link
  • +2
    General Comment"i dont think bikini kill (or any women for that matter) have the power to be sexist."

    totally agreed, I'm glad there are guys like you out there.
    precipitateon March 05, 2006   Link
  • +2
    General Commentadamndirtyshame - THANK YOU
    omigoshbritton December 06, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthis song is great..
    SlitTigreon September 24, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI don't see anything sexist about this song. It's great...
    huntress1819on April 08, 2003   Link

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