In the vein of yesterday’s post, I bring you the “pussyhat.”
The Unhinged Left continues to display how ineptly and powerlessly defiant they have become in this post-election period. It is something they cluelessly flaunt. It’s as if their lefty autism has rendered them incapable of any self-awareness of how they appear to outsiders.
What is the pussyhat?
Well…if you’d like, you can make one yourself. This is the knitting pattern. Go at it, boys (and girls).
And why would you take the precious time to knit such a travesty? Why to make a “statement,” of course.
At long last, the lowly pussyhat has been garnered by anti-Trump women to don for their million cunt march in Washington DC on January 21 in protest of Big Bad Donald. When I read this, I expected the pussyhat to look…like a pussy.
Was I disappointed.
What is it about miserable, bitter girls that makes them take most of their photos with the obligatory femmekittysnarl? It’s become quite trite and predictable and really, very tiresome.
And the pussyhat? It looks like a bisected piglet’s hindquarters, which is perhaps the most fitting commemoration of this feminist collective that has nothing better to do than march around with pink hats and cry foul repeatedly, as if anyone really gives a crap.
Today in AWESOME: A coalition of L.A.-based knitters have launched an initiative called The Pussyhat Project with the goal of making 1.17 MILLION bright pink, cat-eared (“pussy”) hats to protest Trump’s inauguration! The hats will be given to women and allies to wear at the Women’s March on Washington, as well as to folks who can’t make it to D.C. on Inauguration Day who want to demonstrate solidarity.
Why pink hats? Project creators want to “make a unique collective visual statement which will help activists be better heard” by creating a “sea of pink, showing that we stand together, united.” The choice of pink was deliberate, as explained in the Pussy Project ‘zine: Pink is considered a very female color representing caring, compassion, and love—all qualities that have been derided as weak but are actually STRONG. Wearing pink together is a powerful statement that we are unapologetically feminine and we unapologetically stand for women’s rights.
One trademark of The Unhinged Left has become that aimless, wanton passive-aggressive brand of defiance that accomplishes absolutely nothing other than to create groundless drama and causing scenes that lost their intriguing luster long ago.
Oh yes, wear your pussyhats, girls.
You’ll show us!