Cher encouraged women to get out and “own” the vote, adding, “if you don’t have a vote, you don’t have a voice.” [CNN]
THE HASHTAG for the 2018 women’s march is #POWERTOTHEPOLLS.
Rachel Baxa and her 2-year-old daughter, Georgia, march in Boise, Idaho, on Sunday.
“The fact that my daughter would grow up to be something that could be reduced to mere gruesome locker room talk by the type of man who could earn the presidency in this country. I was terrified,” Baxa told CNN via Instagram. She said she herself had been sexualized and seen her ability to make choices about her body taken from her.
“I want to take steps to make it clear that subjecting my daughter to the same was not an option,” she said. “This is her second march, it will not be her last.”
Women can’t win if we don’t vote.
At the Women’s March in Los Angeles over the weekend, Scarlett Johansson made James Franco her target. From USA Today
“How could a person publicly stand by an organization that helps to provide support for victims of sexual assault while privately preying on people who have no power?”
Aziz Ansari, who is the subject of my iTunes podcast last week, didn’t attend.