Left-Wing Civil War: Trans Community Mad Over Genitalia-Dressed Feminists

On Saturday, feminists participated in the Women's March on Washington to protest the hours-old President of the United States and promote abortion and tax-payer funded birth control. The march was rife with "pussyhats," walking vaginas and signs featuring their apparently aggressive vaginas.

The pro-abortion affluent white females and filthy rich celebrities had a wonderful time screaming about their vaginas, but by doing so, they accidently set off another sect of their movement: men who think they are women.

The trans community is upset that there was so much vagina at the march, since having a vagina is allegedly not "essential to womenhood." (Leftists aren't huge fans of biology, or reality.)

"[P]ussy hats set the tone for a march that would focus acutely on genitalia at the expense of the transgender community," reports Mic.com. "Signs like 'Pussy power,' 'Viva la Vulva' and 'Pussy grabs back' all sent a clear and oppressive message to trans women, especially: having a vagina is essential to womanhood."

"The main reason I decided not to go was because of the pussy hats," Jade Lejeck, a trans "woman" from California told Mic.com. "I get that they're a response to the 'grab them by the pussy' thing, but I think some people fixated on it the wrong way."

"I believe there's a lot of inequality that has to do with genitals — that's not something you can separate from the feminist movement," Lejeck added. "But I feel like I've tried to get involved in feminism and there's always been a blockade there for trans women."

Another trans "woman" explained that the march was mostly for "white cis women."

"I think it ended up being a white cis women march," said Lilian McDaniel. "There were other marginalized communities there, but it didn't seem like they were the focus."

McDaniel's "nonbinary" girlfriend(?), Sam Forrey, 20, "suggested that the saturation of vagina-related messages and imagery reinforced the same oppressive structures the march was meant to oppose, which was a loss for everyone," notes Mic.com.

"As a nonbinary person, the emphasis on genitals just bought into the rigid, Western concept of gender," she(?) said.


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