Ramona Thompson


Sisters Are Doing It To Themselves - Poem by Ramona Thompson

An erotic parody of the classic Sister Sledge classic Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves

Now there was a time
When we used to say
That behind every horny woman there was a horny man

Well, in these times of change
You know that is no longer true
So we're coming out bitchin'
'Cause there's something you forgot to do to us

We know sisters are doing it to themselves
Arching their own backs
In ecstasy
Ringing their own bells

Sisters are doing it to themselves

Now this is song to celebrate
The conscious masturbation liberation of the female state
Mothers, daughters, and their daughters too will know
Woman to woman we'll do it with you
Inside the exteriors of our cars
No longer dreading the touch of the inferior male sex
We've got doctors, lawyers, politicians too
Oh yeah
Everybody take a look around
Can you see, can you see, can you see?

There's a woman doing it right next to you
Whoa yeah!
Sisters are doing it to themselves
Arching their own backs
In ecstasy
Ringing their own bells
Sisters are doing it to themselves

We ain't sayin' no sorrys
No we ain't fakin'
With the help of our own hands

Don't you know that a man can't always do
A man can't always do
What a woman can

Now there a time (There was a time)
When we used to say (When we used to say)
That behind every horny woman
There has to be a horny man
Well, in these times of change
You know that is no longer true
So we're coming out bitchin'
'Cause there's something you forgot to do to us

Sisters are doing to themselves
Arching their own backs
In ecstasy
Ringing their own bells
Sisters are doing it to themselves
Sisters are doing it to themselves
We're doing it, doing it, doing it, doing it
Sisters are doing it to themselves
All of my sisters
All of my sisters
Sisters are doing it to themselves

2008 Ramona Thompson


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 21, 2008



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