Bleeding glitter from plastic veins, pink and purple rains from
Scientific specimens kept in doll-house prison cells and dumbed and
Watered down with flickering images; you made her a mannequin,
You pushed her into a glaring city of lights paved with pages of sex tips and
Pink and purple straitjacket corset bondage, bindings, tie her to a
Stake of stereotypes, pin her to her gender like an exotic beetle to
A labelled bit of cardboard; give her breasts instead of brains, 'cause
Pretty girls can't have it all.
Broken hearts on the television, stupid girls on the television,
Sexist jokes surrounding me, teenage boys that laugh when
The teacher says "rape," I want to tear down these walls, this
Soft pastel prison surrounding me since forever; I am not nice,
I am not your ladylike, giggling, simpering, sugarcoat doll.