A Toast to Men

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"A Toast to Men (F*ck the Men)"
Wiila Ford - A Toast to Men.jpg
Single by Willa Ford featuring Lady May
from the album Sexysexobsessive
Released October 21, 2003
Format CD single
Recorded 2003
Genre Pop, dance, electronica, reggae, rap rock
Length 3:43
Label Lava
Writer(s) Willa Ford, Toby Gad, Rhonda Robinson
Producer(s) Toby Gad
Willa Ford featuring Lady May singles chronology
"Santa Baby (Gimme, Gimme, Gimme)"
"A Toast to Men (F*ck the Men)"
"Sexy Sex Obsessive"
Uncensored version cover

"A Toast to Men (F*ck the Men)" is a single from pop singer Willa Ford. It is the only single to be released from her 2004 second album SexySexObsessive, which was ultimately shelved. The song was featured in the 2004 film Barbershop 2: Back in Business.


Ford got the inspiration for her hip-hop and dancehall-fueled female empowerment anthem "A Toast to Men (F*ck the Men)", at a sorority party she had attended with some friends. At the party the sorority sisters got together and chanted, "Fuck the men, let's drink to us". The song, which was written by Toby Gad, Rhonda N. Robinson and Ford, is about girls having fun and forgetting about men for the night.

"A Toast to Men (F*ck the Men)" caused some controversy at radio because of the title, and how DJs should pronounce it. In the radio edited version of the song the word "fuck" was replaced with a space/scratch noise.


There are two versions of the video, one censored and one uncensored. Both are similar with the concept of a sorority party.

Also the "A Toast to Men (F*ck the Men)" video was featured in promo spots during CBS's daytime programming.

Remixes and other versions[edit]

  • A Toast to Men [F*ck The Men][Album Version] - 3:03
  • A Toast to Men [Johnny Budz Edited Radio Mix] - 3:24
  • A Toast to Men [Johnny Budz Explicit Mix] - 6:01
  • A Toast to Men [Suraci & Jemini Naughty Club Mix]
  • A Toast to Men [Suraci & Jemini Nice Club Mix]
  • A Toast to Men [Good & Evil Remix]

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales[1] 11
Billboard Hot 100 Singles Sales [2] 45


  1. ^ Stacia Proefrock (1981-01-22). "Willa Ford | Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-12-10. 
  2. ^ [1][dead link]

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