So what you do is, you bake a cake or buy one, and you decorate it so that it has the word "RESPECT" on it. It can be in bold letters, or flowing script, totally up to you. Then you light the candles, pick up the cake and everybody goes in to surround the guest of honor (or better: "guest of respect") and sing the Respect Cake Occasion song:
"We respect you so much,
We respect you so much!
We respect you [ PERSON'S NAME ]
We respect you so much."
(sung to the tune of any song whose copyright is owned by Paul McCartney)
Then the person of respect blows out the candles, cuts the cake, everybody has a piece! Delicious.
The Respect Cake Occasion is ideal for anyone to whom you want to make a very obvious statement, "Hey: we respect you." It's especially appropriate for anyone who is in any way disadvantaged, or part of an oppressed group, or is generally hypersensitive and defensive for whatever reason. Coming in there with a whole group of people, singing and setting down that Respect Cake before them - that will really seal the deal on how much you and everyone else respects them.