Bikini Kill’s song, “White Boy” discusses toxic masculinity and how misogynic men are violent towards women. Kim Gordon, a female vocalist for Sonic Youth wrote a song called “Kool Thing” in the 1990s. Now, this was a bit before White boy was produced, but it covers similar topics. The song is a response to rapper, LL Cool J, who used rap music to be misogynistic. Similar to the song White Boy, Kim Gordon calls out LL Cool J and mocks him throughout the song. “Kool Thing let me play it with your radio, Move me, turn me on, baby-o, I’ll be your slave, Give you a shave” This verse is a reference to LL Cool J’s song and she mocks him and every other man who believes men have authority over women. She then goes on and says, “Hey, Kool Thing, come here, Sit down beside me, There’s something I got to ask you, I just wanna know, what are you gonna do for me? I mean, are you gonna liberate us girls? From male white corporate oppression… Fear of a Female planet” Here in this line Kim Gordon calls out LL Cool J’s and stands up for the women who have been faced with misogyny.  

The band called “Destroy Boys” covers the same topics in their music as Bikini Kill. Their one song, “I Threw Glass at My Friends Eyes and Now I’m on Probation” talks about a man who is a lot older than the singer is, trying to have some sort of relationship with her. In the song they talk about how men are gross and perverted. “Somewhere big and scary cause you’re scary as shit, dude! Like, I don’t really know what I can tell you” is sung in the last verse, implying that she is scared of this perverted man. 

“All Hail Me” by Veruca Salt focuses on female empowerment, the song encourages its listeners to find strength in a male dominated world. “Cause I am a bad man, I do what I can, All hail me, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha (all hail me)” The song reflects on the struggles that men put onto women. The band Veruca Salt wants women to rebel against men and their misogynic ways. 

Bratmobile came out with a song called Gimme Brains, released in 2000. This song also calls out men for misogynistic behavior but in a more subtle way, rather than how bikini kill does t in White Boy, Kathleen is pretty clear with her message. “I want you to go, I want you to know that I hate you so, and all the fucking boys in the fucking bands.” This line represents the male dominating music industry, who make songs about being violent towards women.