The logos of the song “You Don’t Own Me” are established through simple but incisive lyrics. By telling a story of a girl fighting for her independence against her boyfriend, the lyrics present the inequality between men and women at that time period. The singer claimed that women are not objects that can be showed off and throw away when not needed. Both men and women are human beings and therefore they should be treated equally. The lyrics,” I don't tell you what to say/ I don't tell you what to do/ So just let me be myself” appeal to logic and empathy. The male audience understands that if he does not want to be treated in some way, he should not treat others in that way either. The repeating pattern of the lyrics also forces audience to consider the claims made in the song again and again. As a result, the supporters of equality would reassert themselves, while people against feminism might find the song persuasive and switch their mind.