Saturday, January 21, 2017

Religious Right Figures Are Still Bitter About the Women's March (UPDATED)

I've been watching an ABC News livestream of the Women's March on Washington, and it's exhilarating. Hundreds of thousands of women and men have gathered in Washington D.C. to affirm that women's rights are human rights. Rally speakers have been electrifying, reminding the world of the struggles and victories of LGBTQ women, African American women, immigrant women, sexual assault survivors, and more.

Predictably, the Religious Right is bitter about the march. Already, Religious Right figures are posting acidic tweets on Twitter.

Let the right-wingers wallow in their bitterness. This is a historic day. Women are making their voices heard, and it's beautiful.


  1. Amen! It is exhilarating and beautiful. And it's so telling that the only response from the right is hate and derision.

    I still think this debacle of an election is the last gasp of the far right. Here's hoping that the damage the GOP and Trump would inflict on this country if given free reign will be limited.

    1. Agi Tater -- The oceans of humanity at the D.C. march and its sister marches took my breath away. Today gave me new hope.

      Even if the far right's demise is impending, I worry about how much damage they'll do before they fall. We must be vigilant.


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