"Okay ladies!  Wave those vaginas and scream!"

“Okay ladies! Wave those vaginas and scream!”

What else do you call a gathering of angry women?

Teresa Shook never considered herself much of an activist, or someone particularly versed in feminist theory. But when the results of the presidential election became clear, the retired attorney in Hawaii turned to Facebook and asked: What if women marched on Washington around Inauguration Day en masse?

She asked her online friends how to create an event page, and then started one for the march she was hoping would happen.

By the time she went to bed, 40 women responded that they were in.

When she woke up, that number had exploded to 10,000.

Now, more than 100,000 people have registered their plans to attend the Women’s March on Washington in what is expected to be the largest demonstration linked to Donald Trump’s inauguration and a focal point for activists on the left who have been energized in opposing his agenda.

Planning for the Jan. 21 march got off to a rocky start. Controversy initially flared over the name of the march, and whether it was inclusive enough of minorities, particularly African Americans, who have felt excluded from many mainstream feminist movements.

Organizers say plans are on track, after securing a permit from D.C. police to gather 200,000 people near the Capitol at Independence Avenue and Third Street SW on the morning after Inauguration Day. Exactly how big the march will be has yet to be determined, with organizers scrambling to pull together the rest of the necessary permits and raise the $1 million to $2 million necessary to pull off a march triggered by Shook’s Facebook venting.

The march has become a catch-all for a host of liberal causes, from immigrant rights to police killings of African Americans. But at its heart is the demand for equal rights for women after an election that saw the defeat of Democrat Hillary Clinton, the first female presidential nominee of a major party.

“We plan to make a bold and clear statement to this country on the national and local level that we will not be silent and we will not let anyone roll back the rights we have fought and struggled to get,” said Tamika Mallory, a veteran organizer and gun-control advocate who is one of the march’s main organizers.

More than 150,000 women and men have responded on the march’s Facebook page that they plan on attending. At least 1,000 buses are headed to Washington for the march through Rally, a website that organizes buses to protests. Dozens of groups, including Planned Parenthood and the antiwar CodePink, have signed on as partners.

Organizers insist the march is not anti-Trump, even as many of the groups that have latched on to it fiercely oppose his agenda.


Unsure of how to proceed in those initial few days, she said she enlisted the help of the first few women who messaged her to volunteer, some of whom independently also had an idea for a march. But as the march grew in prominence, it got caught up in a broader conversation in liberal circles about race and leadership, with activists and others criticizing that initial planning group for its racial makeup: Shook and all the women she tapped to help in the march’s nascent stages are white, she said.

Some also took issue with the name Shook had proposed, the Million Woman March, which was the name of a 1997 gathering of hundreds of thousands of black women in Philadelphia. The racial concerns set off a heated conversation on the group’s main Facebook page, with some African American women especially taking umbrage.

For her part, Shook said her aim was not to co-opt any other movement. It was just an idea that took hold after the victory of a president-elect caught on tape boasting of grabbing women’s private parts and the defeat of a woman who seemed to her much more qualified for the job. She said she had no idea of the race of the women she first contacted; in fact, she said, most had an image of Clinton as their Facebook profile photo.

Complicating matters, it became apparent that the march probably could not start at the Lincoln Memorial as Shook had proposed, since the inaugural committee has dibs on that space.

Overwhelmed and under pressure, the original organizers eventually handed the reins to a diverse group of veteran female activists from New York: Mallory, the gun-control activist; Linda Sarsour, executive director of the Arab American Association of New York; Carmen Perez, head of the Gathering for Justice, a criminal-justice-reform group; and Bob Bland, a fashion entrepreneur.

Together, they settled on a new name: The Women’s March on Washington, a nod to the 1963 demonstration that was a cornerstone of the civil rights movement. They even received the blessing of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s youngest daughter, Bernice King.

In the District, Janaye Ingram, the former executive director of Al Sharpton’s National Action Network, has been working to secure permits and hash out logistics for the march, including ensuring there is a proper sound equipment and sufficient portable toilets.


Feminist icon Gloria Steinem has recently signed on as a march co-sponsor, and celebrities including Amy Schumer, Samantha Bee and Jessica Chastain say they plan to attend.

Feminist scholars say the march reflects an emerging view of feminism: one that is less defined by reproductive issues, such as birth control and abortion, and more by how the challenges faced by women intersect with those encountered by African Americans, the LGBT community and immigrants.

Still, reproductive rights will be a large part of the march, with Planned Parenthood and NARAL Pro-Choice America as key partners.

This could be the biggest clusterfuck ever. A gathering of hairy-legged man-haters pissed off Hillary supporters, mostly from east coast blue states. Nobody is really in charge, so there will be a turf war between the various leftist advocacy groups. They really don’t have a unifying purpose, other than to bitch and moan about Donald Trump.

So they plan to meet and march in Washington DC in the middle of winter. The day after Trump’s inaugural. Good luck finding hotel rooms. I hope it snows. A lot.

They march around, wave their signs, burn their bras, listen to some speeches from the usual suspects, and then what?

Trump will still be President. The GOP will still control Congress.

That all assumes, of course, that a lot of women actually show up. They didn’t show up for Hillary’s rallies. It could easily be a huge bust. In that case a blizzard would give them a convenient excuse.

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137 Responses to #Bitchfest2017

    • swanspirit says:

      Because you are a lazy fucking phony!!! So very hard to put on an act and act like a decent human being instead of the angry “victim” harridan you are. So hard to take multi-million dollar vacays in Spain.
      Goddess this woman is puke.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Yeah. Facing eviction…..being dumped out on the streets from your rightful home is sad.

    • Lulu says:

      One of the facets of virtue signalling. Also known as “thuggin'”. This form of moral superiority was popularized by President “Trash-Talk” Obama.

      • lateblum says:

        Yes. “Moral superiority” almost always leads to shoving food in one’s mouth, chewing with one’s mouth open, and menacingly flashing a sharp knife in front of the camera. And to think of all the times I told my kids, “Don’t chew with your mouth open”. I was stripping away their moral superiority before they were even 5 years old. My poor kids never stood a chance. 😪

  1. DeniseVB says:

    I have no idea what those ladies are marching for or against. Of course the left has totally gone off the rails, thanks Obama ! Keep it up and you’ll guarantee Trump’s 2nd term.

  2. elliesmom says:

    The women’s movement has always let itself be co-opted by other issues. “Intersectionality” has always managed to weaken the push for issues that affect all women in the name of inclusion. While black women and Lesbians might have issues straight white women don’t have, they do have issues in common with them and other avenues to work on the issues they don’t. Women never seem to learn black men use them to further their causes, but when women need them, most of them are nowhere to be found. A true million woman march on Washington might make a difference, but once again it’s devolving into an event women organize (?) for other groups to promote their causes. Why is immigration a “women’s issue”?

    • helenk3 says:

      biggest problem is some women do not work well together. For some reason they get lost in the petty and do not see the real goal. Many times those women who do see it are told they “think like a man”.
      I look at what today”s “feminists” are teaching girls and I cringe. No longer respect yourself, be the best you can be, reach for the stars. Now it is hookups are the best thing ever, if you get preggers, kill it, so you can go on to the next hookup. they are a guys wet dream.
      Women do have real issues that are different from male issues. The equal pay has been addressed in many businesses but funny enough the feminist candidate did not pay women equal pay with the males At one time women were not hired because they were viewed as a person who would not be around for the long haul, would get married, pregnant and leave after the expense of training them. that world has changed.
      just look at the description that MYIQ gave about this woman’s march, the goal was lost in the different agendas. Women do that to each other a lot of the time. You can not blame men for that failure.

      just my opinion

      • lateblum says:

        Yes. Different agendas, indeed. My dd#1, dil, and her mom, are all going and each one has a different reason. That’s 3 for 3. And DJT will still be P O T U S for the following 4-8 years. And my guess is that the defeat of HRC, and the women’s rights to “be in charge of their own bodies” and Roe v. Wade will still be the law of the land. And Trump will still be Trump so the economy will benefit all those people who are crying about jobs, and equal pay. But those women might not care by that time.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I’ll be leaving as they’re arriving on the 21st. Their gathering point is near Union Station so I may swing by and take a peek. Hopefully it will be too cold for the Free The Nipple crowd to be there. 😉

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            And while you are in the area, the new Trump Hotel is just steps away in the beautiful Old Post Office Building. By the way, the clock tower is still part of the National Park System and has a great view of the city.

      • DeniseVB says:

        The Anti-War movement (or PEACE and JUSTICE as they like to call themselves now) weren’t very effective for the anti-Bush wars because there were about 300 different groups demanding 300 different solutions to their gripes. Ending the war got lost in that mess. A lot of people showed up for their “marches” but the wars continued…..even under Obama which they were noticeably missing these past 8 years.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Christina Hoff Sommers is a good follow on Facebook, I’ve been a fan since she told the ladies if you want to make more money if you get a degree in electrical engineering than Women’s Dance Therapy Studies. https://www.facebook.com/ChristinaHoffSommersAEI/

      • elliesmom says:

        I got into a f2f debate with Sommers shortly after she published “The War on Boys”. She’s a great person to have a discussion with. She’s adamant in supporting her views, but willing to listen to someone who offers her as much respect as she gives. While I agree with her boys do better in a competitive environment, and current pedagogy leans toward cooperative environments, I submitted to her the curriculum skews male. For example, most required reading leans toward male authors of books with male lead characters once the kids hit middle school because the boys refuse to read women authors or stories about girls. The English teacher I teamed with ordered “The Outsiders” in a print version that had no biographical data on the author. The boys were astounded when they found out S.E. Hinton is a woman because “it was a good book”. Sommers didn’t see the girls were being short changed because they were free to read books about and by women, and girls are more likely at that age to read on their own. She is fun to follow both when I agree with her and when I don’t.

    • votermom says:

      A true million woman march on Washington might make a difference, but once again it’s devolving into an event women organize (?) for other groups to promote their causes.

      They better be making sammiches for all the other groups too!

      It just goes to show that they have no actual cause, so they can’t be committed to it. All they want is attention for the sake of attention. “Look at me! Look at me!”

    • Jadzia says:

      ITA, Elliesmom. Few things get me angrier quicker than when people use “intersectionality” as a weapon to derail, distract and–especially–make women feel GUILTY for giving a shit about issues that affect them. Because we’re supposed to take care of everybody else’s issues first, don’t you know? I can’t speak for black women’s experiences, not being one, but I do recall reading black women’s accounts of being subjected to pretty much the same kind of bullshit by “activists” (both women and men) in their community, especially, and sadly, with respect to domestic violence issues. Things like well, we really need to deal with these other more important things first, so just be quiet for now (I’m thinking of works like Pearl Cleage’s “Mad at Miles,” http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/136928.Mad_at_Miles, but that’s not the only one, I’m pretty sure).

      And fast forward to 2016 and women are supposed to feel guilty for caring about (fill in the women’s issue of your choice, because it doesn’t fucking matter which one it is, it really doesn’t) unless they have spent all their energy and donations on immigration, gay marriage, BLM, and so on. When was the last time you heard about, say, BLM having a sit-in or a riot about an issue that primarily affects women? Never, that’s when. Same thing goes for the Human Rights Campaign Fund, CAIR, every anti-war organization ever, and you get the picture.

      Okay, I am almost done, but one final thing: it’s very interesting that this kind of bullshit tactic seems to work a lot better on liberal women than on others. I’m not a big Michelle Duggar fan, but you don’t see people telling her that she really needs to be focusing on, I don’t know, small-business regulatory reform or something like that, before she agitates for what she really cares about.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Heh, this is almost as silly as Michelle dedicating the WH garden to herself with a fancy engraved garden stone and stuff.

  4. Dora says:

    Warren Wilhelm is a committed communist and the people of NYC knew that when they voted for him!


    De Blasio’s Soviet-style propaganda machine hits a new low

    Mayor de Blasio used one of the city’s gleaming cultural icons for “cheap propaganda”
    Wednesday ­ promising an NYPD photo exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum that turned out to be nothing more than a self-promotional stunt, critics griped.


  5. helenk3 says:


    hope republicans stop tripping over their own feet soon

    • lateblum says:

      “Playing” golf, “playing” at resorts throughout the nation and the world, “playing” at gardening, “playing” at being a uniter, “playing” at being POTUS. . . . Doesn’t it make sense for the bronco bama WH to have a play set? They didn’t have kids young enough to use it – even 8 years ago. But they know how to look “good enough” on the surface. So I guess it makes sense they would have to have a multi – thousand dollar play set to show off.
      I wonder if they will take it with them or donate it – for a tax write-off of course. They might leave it there so when Trump has it removed, they can call him a grinch or something akin to that.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I have a feeling the Trumps won’t be keeping Michelle’s Garden of Good and Evil either.

      • Lulu says:

        It doesn’t go with the house. Duh! A historic federal house doesn’t a bunch of hardscape cement like a Chicago block apartment building. And being in a city it doesn’t have a mule pen or collard yard either.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        I think they should redo the area with a lovely selection of the various flowers and trees and bushes indigenous to the USA. Including that well known and popular variety of salix discolor (American Pussy Willow).

    • mcnorman says:

      From what the Trump kids have said about their early years a jungle gym is a waste of time. Ivanka said in an interview that when they were little, they would go to “work” with dad. To the side of dad’s desk were materials (legos, building blocks) to do what daddy was doing. Always supervised and always working.

      • votermom says:

        I read an interview of Melania (before Trump won) where she says Barron is into Legos and this other magnetic building toy set (I forget what they’re called).
        I’d love to see him learning to operate construction vehicles as the First Kid.

  6. Racism?

      • votermom says:

        Alos, in escalation, it’s time to say that CNN is endorsing the Chicago BLM kidnapping.

        Right? They haven’t condemned it so clearly they endorse it.

        Tit for tat, mfers.

      • helenk3 says:

        why can’t some people understand that bad behavior is a choice. The only person making that choice is the one who is actually acting bad. This has nothing to do with color, it is all about choice. Excuses for this behavior are like used toilet paper they no longer work

        • Lulu says:

          Whatever is subsidized and/or ignored/no consequences is what you get more of. Little children learn this. The media seems to be at a loss that thugs have a seriously messed up masochistic streak. So do the Mexican cartels, ISIS and criminals everywhere. These “kids” are criminals and used to getting away with just short of murder.

          • lateblum says:

            And if they aren’t charged with terrorism and/or kidnapping, they will have more evidence they can still do anything “just short of murder”.

      • swanspirit says:

        Some people seem to think because they can string a bunch of words together fast, they are actually saying something, and some of them think if it’s on TV, it is important. This woman is a moron. I have one word for her. Accountability. These monsters need accountability , not excuses.

    • Lulu says:

      They live-streamed it on a named Facebook page super-genius. Even the Chicago cops could figure that out although they tried mightily not to do so. The Trump FBI is not going to be so super-generous with the excuses for legally adult “kid” BLM’ers kidnapping people and trying to scalp them. Enjoy what you have wrought you thug.

    • Jadzia says:

      I think that “well, it’s not like anybody set up a GoFundMe page for them” is kind of a low bar, though.

  7. DandyTIger says:

    There’s always a smart ass in the group

  8. DeniseVB says:

    Heh. Ramped up to #BLMTorture

  9. taw46 says:

  10. Lulu says:

    Tucker gets Me-Again’s timeslot on Fox!

    • taw46 says:


    • lateblum says:


      • lateblum says:

        I still hope he lets up on the laughing at the guests he disagrees with.

        • Lulu says:

          While his hooting can be very annoying it is part of the ridicule that is being returned at the heads (and tender egos) of proggies. They hatefully laughed (now they are preaching which is funny too) at people whom they consider inferiors or non-humans and and the favor is being returned. Obama used to be very sardonic, cruel and nasty with his version of dehumanizing insult but now he is all angry butthurt and disgraced. They are very upset about it both psychologically and in their coffee clatch social dynamics. It was a very successful part of Trump’s milieu in flipping the table and appealed to millions of people which the left has yet to understand or acknowledge (he won white college educated men and they can’t comprehend why they were not brainwashed successfully). I think it will tone down when the vile progs get a grip. They still need some more fail.

          • blowme0bama says:

            I agree. The smugness and contempt he displays towards the interviewees is something we’re not completely comfortable with dishing out, it is merely return fire for the condescension MSM poured on anyone right of George McGovern.

    • lyn says:


  11. votermom says:

    Predicting the next CNN spin:

    Four black teens attempt peaceful dialogue with recalcitrant white Trump supporter but his obstinacy causes some tough love and hurt feelings.

    • votermom says:

      Yeah, I’m very nostalgic for days of prosperity, law and order, and freedom. It’s almost like I want to Make America Great Again.

    • taw46 says:

      There is lots of talk about loss of jobs (someone went from salary of $75,000 to $18,000) and loss of freedoms, but WaPo makes it all about racism.

  12. lyn says:

  13. Dora says:

    It looks like the set for a horror movie.

  14. Dora says:

    Fox Business host Trish Regan was primed by Roger Ailes as replacement for Megyn Kelly

    Fox Business host Trish Regan was personally prepared by ex-Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes as a replacement for host Megyn Kelly, people familiar with the matter told Business Insider.

    Multiple sources said that before entering contract negotiations with Kelly, Ailes aimed to prepare Regan to take the role in case he needed to fill the 9 p.m. time slot.


    • lateblum says:

      Stuart Varney reports that Martha McCallum will replace Tucker while he moves into Megyn’s time slot.

      • Dora says:

        I guess the BI report was wrong. I am glad that Tucker got the time slot though. Lou Dobbs fans will be glad that Tucker is no longer his rival. 🙂

      • Somebody says:

        I don’t care for Martha. I would much prefer Trish R, Kimberly G, Shannon B, or Harris F, in that 7pm time slot.

        I thought Martha had taken over the 2pm time slot of Gretchen C. I wonder who will get that slot now.

        Speaking of anchors leaving, any word on Shep? I hope his contract is up and he departs for MSNBC or CNN.

        • Dora says:

          I’d rather see Tammy Bruce get the slot than any of the others.

        • kanaughty says:

          I love kennedy, probably because she’s of my gen and i watched her on mtv. It’s fun to see mtv hosts turn more conservative or even independent as they get older.

          • kanaughty says:

            I also still love greta. Wish she had went anywhere but msnbc 😦 rather her went to hln.

    • DandyTIger says:

      And rumors are that Bill the blowhard will leave this summer. Interesting times.

  15. votermom says:

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  17. blowme0bama says:

    Those women are absolutely GROSS in the title picture.

  18. DeniseVB says:

    Obama’s legacy:

  19. votermom says:

    I FINALLY overcame my 2017 new year’s procrastination and have a blog post! going up on bookhorde tomorrow,

  20. Dora says:

    Oh crap! We knew this was coming.

    She does have a problem though. She is not a resident of New York City. She can’t even vote for mayor, never mind run for that position.

    Then again, she wasn’t a resident of New York State either when she ran for senator. And won!


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