Why You Should Be Thankful For “Girl Power” Songs

This catchy Pink song is about her breaking up with a long-term boyfriend. These types of girl power songs have at least two of the following three components:

1. How she was a great girlfriend.
2. How he wasn’t that good of a man.
3. How easily she was able to move on.

Here’s component two of the Pink song:

I won’t miss all of the fighting that we always did,
Take it in, I mean what I say when I say there is nothing left
No more sick whiskey dick, no more battles for me

And now component three. Take a look into how she’s going to get over a man she obviously loved:

I’ll dress nice, I’ll look good, I’ll go dancing alone
I will laugh, I’ll get drunk, I’ll take somebody home

Pink is telling impressionable young girls that if things don’t work out with your man, to dress hot, get drunk, and quickly sleep with another guy. Who does that benefit? Men looking for easy sex! We need to encourage the idea that the best way to get over a boyfriend is to bang a lot of guys.

Taylor Swift had a similar song. Take a look:

We are never ever ever getting back together
We are never ever ever getting back together
You go talk to your friends, talk to my friends, talk to me (talk to me)
But we are never ever ever ever getting back together

Does having more single women on the dating market make it easier or harder for men to meet women? Easier. All these songs that promote dumping men in favor of freedom should be embraced by those men who like casual dating. So don’t judge me when I’m blasting Pink—I’m doing it to benefit men.

11 thoughts on “Why You Should Be Thankful For “Girl Power” Songs”

  1. Breaking up with dickbags who treat you poorly is “empowering,” if you want to use that kind of language. Then you can be single. Or find a new relationship. Or have casual sex, as this blogger seems to think is the only option – but it’s not.

  2. Empower in this case translates to “Don’t have standards and just go for whatever is pleasurable regardless of the consequences”
    It’s creating a large legion of women who will be mostly useless going into the future, and will bite society on the ass.

  3. To me, this is just hamster candy.
    When I did family law, I dealt almost exclusively cases with domestic violence. Almost all these women were conflicted about going through the divorce and many dropped their cases or would drop their orders of protection. But I would fucking wonder why it was that it was so hard for hotties to leave the assholes that were beating them. Thanks to manoshere, I now know why. Her rational brain was telling her “yes, he is dangerous, you need to leave him.” But hypergamy doesn’t care if he is abusive as long as long the pussy is getting that seemingly, and not so seemingly, alpha male cock. Hypergamy is that fucking strong. You can beat the shit out of her, and she will still come back.
    So songs like this just allow women the mental masturbation of thinking about leaving the dickbag and how wonderful that would be, without actually having to leave him. It is a proxy for leaving him or a dopamine substitute or something like that.
    BTW, thanks Roosh for the blog.

  4. Most men don’t want wasted club whores and one night stands. Most men want multiple long term girlfriends who stay with them for 6 months to 2 years. Unlike Roosh, most men aren’t satisfied with meaningless sex with strangers.

  5. Haha, oh man, well I’m not single anymore so whether women stick with their dudes or not doesn’t matter to me. But I never thought of these songs this way — prettty awesome man.

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