Pussy Hats banned from Women’s March for being ‘transphobic’

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So much for the pussy hat fad. Crazy left wing cranks planning a Women’s March in Florida are banning the pussy hats because they are now considered “transphobic’ or something.

Pussy Hats banned from Women’s March for being ‘transphobic’
Pussy Hats banned from Women's March for being 'transphobic'

The Pensacola, Florida branch of the Women’s March is banning the symbolic pink pussy hats to avoid offending transgender women and women of color.

The pussy hats made their debut during the Women’s March on Washington after Trump’s inauguration in 2017 and quickly became a symbol of modern feminism. However, the leader of the Pensacola march decided that the hats inherently represent “white feminism” and are are too transphobic and racist to be worn any longer.

In a statement posted to the Pensacola Women’s March’s Facebook page, the group argues that the hats assume that all women have pink vaginas, which represents a “very concentrated and thus, exclusionary sect of feminism.”

First, the hats are allegedly transphobic because they ignore transgender women who don’t have vaginas — otherwise known as men who identify as women but choose not to have transitional surgery.

“The Pink P*ssy Hat reinforces the notion that woman = vagina and vagina = woman, and both of these are incorrect,” the group claims.

Furthermore, the group considers the hats to be racist because they assume that all vaginas are pink, which is “white-focused and Eurocentric.”