Feminists Launch The ‘Pussy Hat’ Protest Project

I thought safety pins were the most ludicrous symbol of political protesting ever used.

However, that stupidity has been completely surpassed by the Pussy-Hat.

Let me give you a little background on the latest social justice buffoonery. As savvy Legal Insurrection readers may be aware, a “Million Women March” is being planned in conjunction with Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration festivities. It has wisely been rebranded “Women’s March on Washington” (as I suspect the final count will be slightly shy of 1,000,000 participants).

What better attire to wear to this event than than the “Pussy-Hat”? I do think it sets the proper tone for their movement!

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Frankly, I think this would have more impact if it was actually knitted out of pubic hair. Maybe tuck a tampon in the fold for added effect. Because, you can’t be too obvious where such things are concerned.

Ah, if only they could get their heart’s desire by donning silly headgear…

7 comments

  1. meeester

    looks too much like a brain. If they want to make their point they should review what code pink has done come up with something more vulgar and graphic – if they want to be taken seriously.
    haha as if that will ever happen.

    • Whoopie

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      They should adopt the Russian/Ukrainian ‘FEMEN’ M.O. and go topless. Although, as “nippy” as it is this time of year, they might accidentally put someone’s eye out.

  2. Dixie J-Elder

    I am utterly baffled by the idiotic pussy hat campaign. These hats are modeled after little girls’ cutsey hats. They say nothing about the real issues behind marching against Trump: climate change, black lives matter, healthcare or any of the other crucial issues. It’s a fad, a fashion trend. Thousands of women knitting? How is that feminist? (I’m a woman by the way)

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