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white MRAs can’t dance

I was watching DaddyDaDa’s excellent “Treat All Women With Respect” this morning:

After boppin’ along to the chill tunes, I jived down to the comments to share the grooviness. Imagine my surprise to find a rewritten version of the song for men!

Drew NA wasn’t happy with the message of “don’t hit women”, so he wrote his musical response, “don’t take men’s money first you silly bitches”:

One, two, three four
No more men to be ignored

Treat all us men with respect
What you give, is what you get
Treat all the men with respect, I say

Heads up girls – I’m talking to you,
Men have it tough — so what ya gonna do?
False accusations are not the way to go,
No proxy violence — and no beating boys,
It’s just wrong – and illegal too.
Resentment grows from the abuse you do,
Men feel powerless from a lack of protection,
But men’ll still lend a heartful extention.

Show empathy — don’t throw stuff,
True love is not that rough.
Work your job — and pay for half,
Making us pay does not make us laugh.

Treat all us men with respect
What you give, is what you get
Treat all the men with respect, I say

Don’t be an evil momma and push him away,
Be honest — don’t lie about the father.
When we father, it’s just the beginning,
The courts and child leave the mother grinning,
Those are the tools for an 18-year pay day.
Fathers want to have time with their kids,
But we cannot, with no parental rights.
Reverse the vicious cyle – of abandonment, abuse
Let us know our child, love our child, and provide, too;
He might need us to respect you, too.

Treat all us men with respect
What you give, is what you get
Treat all the men with respect, I say

One, two, three, four
No more fathers from the doooooooor

Now gents out there —  I am talking to you,
If you say no when she comes onto you
It’s okay to say no, you’re still not gay.
Now put in the work to be good at school,
If you don’t — society won’t help
They ignore you to help that woman!
Don’t fall for a woman who isolates you,
A real woman will be happy you have friends!
Too many gentlemen end up feeling broken,
Repeating a cycle – that must be broken.
Respect yourself and leave her who throws stuff,
Find a good woman who won’t silence you

One, two, three, four
No more men abused at the store

Treat all us men with respect
What you give, is what you get
Treat all the men with respect, I say

Treat all us men with respect
What you give, is what you get
Treat all the men with respect, I say

Treat all us men with respect
What you give, is what you get
Treat all the men with respect, I say

One, two, three, four
We are men to be adored!

Personally, I’m happy to see members of the men’s rights community embrace music and other creative endeavours as a way to get their feelings out. My dream is to one day see noted feminists and MRAs duking it out in a sick-ass rap battle, and today we are one step closer to that dream.