Hilariously, this version is somehow more controversial than the awful original, and has been removed from youtube.
Never tell a bitch that she gotta drop a size. You wanna box gap? Show me your six pack. Wanna landing strip? You’d better get ripped. I apologise if you think my lines are crass, Tell me how it feels to get verbally harassed.
(Chorus) So we can fuck this man’s world, With all its bullshit, Girls don’t deserve it. We ain’t good girls: We are scholastic, Smart and sarcastic, Not fucking plastic. Listen mankind! If you wanna get nasty, Just don’t harass me: You can’t just grab me. That’s a sex crime! Yeah we don’t want it - It’s chauvinistic. You’re such a bigot!
New favourite Blurred Lines parody.
BRILLIANT. Haven’t seen the original but this is amazing in it’s own right
"When I went to sell the movie, I got told people don’t want to see movies about girls, and would I consider flipping the gender? I said absolutely not.”
It’s baffling that Hollywood is still saying people don’t want to see movies about girls. It’s even more infuriating that they would ask to change such an integral part of the story because they don’t think it would sell with a female protagonist.
It’s been a bad week for women on the internet—but also a clarifying and validating one. British MP Stella Creasy began receiving rape threats on Twitter (in other news: fish are bonkers about water!) after expressing support for feminist activist Caroline Criado-Perez, who was also being deluged with misogynist online abuse. Criado-Perez’s crime? Advocating (successfully) for Jane Austen to appear on a Â£10 banknote. That, obviously, cannot be borne. Doesn’t she know that money is man-paper!? HAS CRIADO-PEREZ NO COMPASSION FOR THE INTERNET’S POOR NERVES!?