What do women really want?
It’s the age old question that came to a head once again on inaugural weekend when the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, massive rallies were held in Washington and other cities across the country and around the world.
Billed as the Women’s March on Washington it was somewhat diverse, but was mostly filled with white women, many middle aged, many part of the feminist movement from the ’70s who brought their daughters and granddaughters, with a serious amount of them dressed in bright pink vagina costumes, or pussycat pink knit caps.
While everyone from the press to the President to the attendees obsessed about the sizes of the crowds, there was less attention paid to the serious, legitimate questions that still need to be answered, or at least addressed, in the aftermath of the march.
Read the full story here: What the Women’s March was missing