I am a face of change No you are not deranged Change of what? you ask Change that the underanged see Female Stereotypes

I am still a face of change And you are still not deranged You tell me you don’t see an issue with female stereotypes in America You say that there is no need for the change but then you must be deranged

Sitting inside because we are too weak to help the men outside, that’s a lie We always wear pink, Gosh, I’d rather die Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, please don’t make me cry

I am a face of change I fight for my gender’s proper portrayal If you don’t see the need for change you are obviously deranged

More articles in WMC FBomb by Category: Arts and culture, Feminism
More articles in WMC FBomb by Tag: Poetry, Gender bias, Equality



Christina B
Sign up for our Newsletter

Learn more about topics like these by signing up for Women’s Media Center’s newsletter.