Iconic feminist Pu**y hat consider inclusive and there for offensive.
During the 2017 women’s march the country was introduced to the Pu**y hat, a knitted pink hat portraying kitty cat ears that was ‘cleverly’ used as an ‘innuendo’ of sorts for the female genitalia. Now reports are surfacing that claim this iconic symbol will no longer be used to represent the feminist movement as it has been determined as offensive to any no women woman as well as any women who doesn’t have a pink pu**y. Pretty sure that the hat was merely symbolic and not meant to visually display accurate representation of the female anatomy but of course no one in the left is ever happy and clearly they will come up with any and every excuse in the book. Simply pathetic.
Many feminists look at the Pu**y hat as a big issue and are reporting that they won’t be wearing the hats any longer at this year’s Women’s March. Founder and president of Women’s March Michigan, Phoebe Hopps, spoke to the Detroit Free Press and stated, “I personally won’t wear one because if it hurts even a few people’s feelings, then I don’t feel like it’s unifying.”
The Detroit Free Press explained that the issue that feminists are now having is that the hat is exclusionary to transgender women, people who identify as gender non-binary, as well as non-white women “because their genitals are more likely to be brown than pink.”