This song is not about rape, it’s about seduction and flirtation.
The subtlety is lost on the humorless, fun-hating, virtue-signaling social justice wankers, who claim it’s a rape song. Because the man continues to try and seduce the woman after her initial rejection.
Do they really want to make sex entirely transactional? “I would like permission to have sexual intercourse with you, do you consent?” “My consent is given, but conditional and subject to revocation at any time. Do you accept my terms?” “Your terms are acceptable, let us complete the appropriate forms and prepare to commence intercourse.”
Yes, they do. They want to exterminate all joy.
Good Lord, I despise the left.
By the way, while shopping last week, I heard a version on a store’s PA system that was a duet between two women. I wonder if that’s still considered a rape song.
On a related note, “Everyday Feminism” presents “10 Questions Every Intersectional Feminist Should Ask on a First Date.” This list is a public service to our straight male readers. If a woman asks you any of these questions on a date, excuse yourself, walk calmly to the door, and run, don’t walk, to your car or a safe place where you can call an Uber.