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Don't know why I'm hearing about this so late, or if I'm the last to do so, but I just found out this evening that there are anniversary Women's Marches planned for DC and other locations around the US (and the world) the weekend of the 20th-21st (the anniversary of the original Women's March last year). Time to grab the ol', ummm, "kittyhat" and head back to DC! :)

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Don't know why I'm hearing about this so late, or if I'm the last to do so, but I just found out this evening that there are anniversary Women's Marches planned for DC and other locations around the US (and the world) the weekend of the 20th-21st (the anniversary of the original Women's March last year). Time to grab the ol', ummm, "kittyhat" and head back to DC! :)

You might want to rethink your choice of headwear.

SPLIT: Feminists Reject Pussy Hat As Offensive to 'Women with Penises' and 'Brown Genitalia' - DANGEROUS

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Holy wingnut, Batman!

Feminism as dictated by a radical right pundit wannabe!:roflmao:

Staff writer my foot ... pay no attention to the clown behind the monitor screen, Dorothy:sarcastic:

Edited by heron

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So what?

My response exactly to your "advice" regarding politically correct headwear. As if I, or anyone else, cares about whether Milo approves.

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I participated in our local march last year. 1000 were expected, an estimated 10,000 came out. Not bad for a town of 80,000. From what I could see, most if not all genders were represented, as well as ages and ethnicities. Pink hats, hijab and trucker hats were worn. I even saw a woman dressed in the traditional suffragette garb: white dress, purple sash and a wide-brimmed picture hat. And yes, there were pro-lifers with signs and they were treated with respect.

I plan to go again this year, and my adult son is coming too wearing a matching pink hat.

Women's March 2017.pdf

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My response exactly to your "advice" regarding politically correct headwear. As if I, or anyone else, cares about whether Milo approves.

It wasn't my, or Milo's advice.

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It wasn't my, or Milo's advice.

You advised readers to "re-think" their choices.

As for Milo, aka "staff writer" ... really?

But thanks for the comic relief.

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You advised readers to "re-think" their choices.

As for Milo, aka "staff writer" ... really?

But thanks for the comic relief.

My comment was meant more as a introduction to the article. The real advice to not wear the hats is coming from leaders of the march.

I really don't care. If you want to look like idiots wearing those dumb hats, have at it.

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Still hanging out on right-wing nut-job websites, I see.

Um, are those "right-wing nut-jobs" wrong?

Pink pussyhats: Why some activists are ditching them

Trigger Warning and Content Warning for... - Pensacola Women's March | Facebook

Just goes to show you're not thinking, only feeling.

Additionally, all you mainstream feminists' better check your privilege. Even by the standards of your prized new source, Huffington Post.

Mainstream Feminism Is Sexism in Disguise | HuffPost

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How Trumpian - the first move in discussing an event is to criticize the clothes on the people you don't like:roflmao:

But we're the ones not thinking? Careful, your panic is showing!

What's next ... comments about fat dykes and ugly old witches?

You neocon wannabes are sooo predictable:sarcastic:

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