: A negative song about
Straight: Bob writes a song about how All Women Are Lustful.
Every song Bob writes is like this.
The song is particularly dark.
It's not only Bob's musical persona, but Bob himself that holds this ideology.
Downplayed: An angry breakup song about Bob's ex-wife has sexist stereotypes in it, but is still mostly about a specific person.
Bob is being satirical or ironic.
The song is from the perspective of a character (either Bob's musical persona or another character he's created).
Bob really just is a misogynist.
Inverted: Bob writes a song in praise of women.
Gender Inverted: Alice writes a song about how men suck.
Subverted: The song is about a specific woman in Bob's life, such as his horrible ex, his overbearing mom, his unrequited love interest, etc., not women in general.
Double Subverted: The song goes on to say how much Bob is looking for a girl who'll prove that not all girls are the same, or uses a lot of misogynistic terms or Slut Shaming.
Parodied: The song is about how women smell funny.
Zig Zagged: The lyrics are very cryptic and interpretations vary from person to person. Also, in some of Bob's interviews he says it is a sexist song, and in others he denies it.
Bob doesn't write any sexist songs.
Bob isn't a musician.
None of Bob's music has any lyrics of any kind; they're all instrumentals.
Bob is being satirical and trying to make a point about the view of women
Bob is just sexist.
Lampshaded: "Warning: this next song may offend some people of the female gender."
Invoked: Bob's 5-year relationship with Alice ends on a sour note when he catches her in bed with Charles. Crappy relationships tend to be a pattern for Bob.
Exploited: Bob makes the song to ride the No Such Thing as Bad Publicity wave.
Defied: Bob knows that not all women are "bitches and hoes," even if Alice and/or other women he's dated happen to be. If he does write a Breakup Song, it uses no sexist terms (Bob doesn't want hate mail from angry Straw Feminist, and is directed specifically at Alice, not the female gender as a whole.
Discussed: "Well, that song's totally not sexist."
Conversed: "Why do we have so many songs talking about why women suck? It's offensive!" "Plenty of songs speak poorly of men, so I guess it's only fair to avoid a Double Standard."
Deconstructed: Bob gains the hate of women everywhere.
Reconstructed: Bob couldn't care less.
Played For Drama: The song describes rape and Domestic Abuse from a Crazy Jealous Guy.