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These ladies have sent women's right backwards and relegated woman to once again being thought of as nothing more than their reproductive parts. So sad.

Pink hats worn by the women in support of those sexually harassed were stupid and vulgar


By -- Wilma Howe —— Bio and Archives--January 12, 2018

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I thought from day one that the Pink hats worn by the women in support of those sexually harassed were stupid and vulgar.

I couldn’t wrap my mind around a concerned and engaged group of educated women using the hat as their symbol of choice.

Apparently, some in that movement are questioning it as well, but not for the same reasons. They have decided they are too exclusive, leaving out women of color and transgendered women, etc. One woman said she didn’t feel they were unifying. Seriously, I’m not making this up.

To me, this hat was the epitome of a bad ad campaign and it sends a terrible message. Imagine if this was dreamed up and implemented by a man? He would be, and should be excoriated. The pink hat is demeaning. Why would you use it as a public symbol of your discontent?

These ladies have sent women’s right backwards and relegated woman to once again being thought of as nothing more than their reproductive parts. So sad.


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