Pink’s ‘Please Don’t Leave Me’ (Video): DV Against Men Is OK–After All, She’s Angry…

I don’t know if I can yell any louder
How many time I’ve kicked you outta here?
Or said something insulting?

I can be so mean when I wanna be
I am capable of really anything
I can cut you into pieces
But my heart is broken

Please don’t leave me
Please don’t leave me
I always say how I don’t need you
But it’s always gonna come right back to this
Please, don’t leave me

How did I become so obnoxious?
What is it with you that makes me act like this?
I’ve never been this nasty

Can’t you tell that this is all just a contest?
The one that wins will be the one that hits the hardest
But baby I don’t mean it
I mean it, I promise

I forgot to say out loud how beautiful you really are to me
I cannot be without, you’re my perfect little punching bag
And I need you, I’m sorry

The song and music video for singer Pink’s (pictured) Please Don’t Leave Me is a compendium of the ills of modern gender issues–an “empowered,” entitled woman injuring, insulting, and abusing her man with impunity. She’s psycho but that’s OK and you’d better not make her angry…

When witnessing female domestic violence such as in the video, society says “it’s not a problem, it’s just a woman.” However, women commit half the domestic violence and inflict a third of domestic violence-related injuries—their actions matter.

Watch the video here.

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