Tonight, we aren’t just annoyed — we’re scared shitless
‘I’m at a bar and every woman here is crying’
Donald Trump is the President-elect, and women everywhere are terrified.
“I’m scared,” my younger sister texted me tonight.
“Please stay safe if you go out,” my brother messaged.
“I’m going to throw up,” “I’m crying,” “I don’t know what do to,” “What will I tell my daughter?”
“What are we supposed to do,” “I feel nauseous,” “Look at how he feels about me – about my sexuality, about my gender,” and the texts didn’t stop.
Women are not just annoyed. We’re annoyed when you talk over us, when you downplay our abilities, when you forget we worked twice as hard as you to get here.
Tonight, we are scared shitless.
People ask why women don't report sexual assault. You got your answer: a man can have double digit accusers & still be elected President.
— Liz Strand (@LizStrand) November 9, 2016
As a lgbtq+ woman & survivor of sexual assault, I've never been so disgusted with such a large group of people in my entire life.
— thic tac (@tayloramcd) November 9, 2016
I'm a woman. I'm Muslim. I'm a refugee. I'm an immigrant. I'm everything Donald Trump dehumanizes and devalues. I'm ashamed of America
— Melisa Kaltak (@Melisa_Kaltak96) November 9, 2016
I am a white woman and I am so scared. But I cannot imagine the fear my muslim, black, hispanic, LGBTQ+ friends are experiencing.
— Loey is Lit ✨ (@Loeybug) November 9, 2016
I'm sick realizing how deeply men hate women. How deeply white people hate POC. How easily we are all shoved aside.
— Helen Rosner (@hels) November 9, 2016
— CNN International (@cnni) November 9, 2016
Women are taught that men should lead.
All races of women have that drilled into their heads from birth.
— TheDevil's Sidechick (@FeministaJones) November 9, 2016
— Kim Van Wyk (@KVWinMTP) November 9, 2016
ANYONE who is not an upper class, straight, white, Christian, heterosexual male should be afraid right now. #ElectionNight
— shamima (@shamdotk) November 9, 2016
I've never been more disappointed and terrified in my life #ElectionNight
— Kayla Quartiers (@kayq2199) November 9, 2016
❤️to all the women/poc/lgbt/religious minority/veteran/disabled Americans out there. You don't deserve this. I'm sorry. #ElectionNight
— Val 'Lil Gingerale' (@val_riopel) November 9, 2016
The scariest episode of American Horror Story #ElectionNight
— Hey Farina (@vegasriah) November 9, 2016
— Kodi Gaddis (@KodiGaddis) November 9, 2016
If you thought we were nasty before, you better buckle your fucking seat belts because you haven't seen a real nasty woman yet
— Caroline Kee (@CarolineDKee) November 9, 2016
We’re scared, but we stand together. And this nation has no idea what’s coming for it.
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