Take this pink ribbon off my eyes I’m exposed And it’s no big surprise Don’t you think I know Exactly where I stand This world is forcing me To hold your hand 'Cause I'm just a girl, little 'ol me Don’t let me out of your sight I’m just a girl, all pretty and petite So don’t let me have any rights
I don’t see why mother nature has to punch me in the stomach every time I’m not pregnant each month. Like, I know you want some children but seriously. You can’t force people to get pregnant, it’s just not fair.
“The illegals are stealing all the jobs and ruining our economy,” whispers the middle class white child as he goes into his fridge and looks at all the sustainable produce kept at a reasonable price only through the exploitation of migrant farm workers.