Male Symbol on Women’s Inauguration March Cover Sparks Women’s Outrage


Women are going to be marching in D.C. on January 21 to protest the ascendancy of Donald Trump to the presidency. The usual suspects will be leading the march, (((Gloria Steinem,))) (((Amy Schumer))) and a host of other man-hating scum.

Screw them.

Hollywood Reporter

The Washington Post Express, a free daily tabloid given to mass transit passengers in D.C., drew ire on Thursday with its cover about the Women’s March on Washington that mistakenly featured the male gender symbol.

Not long after the cover was tweeted from the Express account, the publication came under fire by social media users for the offensive mistake. The Express did not outright apologize for the cover but tweeted that it was “embarrassed.”

The tabloid later tweeted what the cover should have looked like, featuring the correct gender symbol.

The Women’s March on Washington will take place Jan. 21, the day after Donald Trump is sworn into office as the 45th president of the United States.

Gloria Steinem is the honorary co-chair of the march, along with Harry Belafonte.

The event begins at 10 a.m. near the U.S. Capitol at Independence Avenue and Third Street SW. Olivia Wilde, Jessica Chastain, Samantha Bee and Amy Schumer have all said they are planning on attending.

These sluts are primarily attention whores. Ignoring them will be easy because their march will be seen only on CNN and MSNBC, which have a combined viewership of less than 100. MILO should show up to counter protest.


2 thoughts on “Male Symbol on Women’s Inauguration March Cover Sparks Women’s Outrage

  1. Pingback: Male Symbol on Women’s Inauguration March Cover Sparks Women’s Outrage | Afro Futurism

  2. Went and returned some “Christmas” jeans today. A purple haired young woman was at the service counter. We talked about a few things. She remarked on something and referred to the “Cleavers.” I told her point blank that in a recent survey I had read about that young women in the 20s and 30s were 450% more likely to be depressed today than in the “Leave it to Beaver” era of the 1950s. She said she would rather be depressed than live in the 1950s. I then told her: “That is because you don’t have any children; and if you never have any, then be prepared to keep taking them anti-depressants you’ve been prescribed.” Her face was frozen: You know? It said.

    Women keep fighting for the right to be unhappy. Now that’s Jewish psychology for you…

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