Did Sophie Gregoire Trudeau get away with providing cover for her husband Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s back in her ‘Let’s hear it for the boys!’ Instagram sent out on the eve of International Women’s Day?
Gregoire’s jaw-dropping Instagram was said by mainstream media to have “set off a firestorm” among feminists on the march celebrating ‘A Day Without Women’ events.
It was the day after without media fanfare, when self-described “feminist” Prime Minister Trudeau and his Liberal Government made their $650 million commitment “to increase global access to abortion” in third world countries, which Canada’s bishops tag as “a reprehensible example of Western cultural imperialism” that “exploits women.”
Gregoire grabbed limelight on International Women’s Day by encouraging “girls and women” to celebrate the men in their lives, and held onto the spotlight by asking Instagram users “to take a picture holding hands with their “male ally” and share it using the hashtag #TomorrowInHand.
sophiegregoiretrudeau: Are you ready to ignite change? This week, as we mark International Women’s Day, let’s celebrate the boys and men in our lives who encourage us to be who we truly are, who treat girls & women with respect, and who aren’t afraid to speak up in front of others. Take a picture holding hands with your male ally & share it on social media using the hashtag #TomorrowInHand. Together, we can create a movement that inspires more men to join the fight to build a better tomorrow with equal rights & opportunities for everyone… because #EqualityMatters.
Equality for everyone, that is, other than for helpless aborted babies.
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