1959: Malvina Reynolds sings an awful song that wouldn’t be out of place in today’s misandric world

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Lyrics:

It says in Coronet Magazine
June nineteen-fifty six, page ten
That married women are not as happy
As women who have no men

Married women are cranky
Frustrated and disgusted
While single women are bright and gay
Creative and well adjusted

We don’t need the men
We don’t need the men
We don’t need to have them round
Except for now and then

They can come to see us
When we need to move the piano
Otherwise they can stay at home
And read about the White Sox

We don’t care about them
We can do without them
They’ll look cute in a bathing suit
On a billboard in Manhattan

We don’t need the men
We don’t need the men
We don’t need to have them round
Except for now and then

They can come to see us
When they have tickets for the symphony
Otherwise they can stay at home
And play a game of pinochle

We don’t care about them
We can do without them
They’ll look cute in a bathing suit
On a billboard in Wisconsin

We don’t need the men
We don’t need the men
We don’t need to have them round
Except for now and then

The can come to see us
When they’re feeling pleasant and agreeable
Otherwise they can stay at home
And holler at the TV programs

We don’t care about them
We can do without them
They’ll look cute in a bathing suit
On a billboard in Madagascar

We don’t need the men
We don’t need the men
We don’t need to have them round
Except for now and then

They can come to see us
When they’re all dressed up with a suit on
Otherwise they can stay at home
[Spoken]: And drop towels in their own bathroom

We don’t care about them
We can do without them
They’ll look cute in a bathing suit
On a billboard in Tierra del Fuego

Credit genius.com for the lyrics.

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