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Hey Trump, we had something to say when you told us to #DressLikeWomen

Donald Trump wants his female employees to #DressLikeWomen and Twitter responded

Everyone know Donald Trump is literally obsessed with assessing women based on their appearance. Pretty much everything he says about women has to do with the way they look, judged on a scale of 1 to 10 of course, the way they’re dressed, or how f*ck-able they are.

Today Trump took this to a new level when he said that his female employees should “dress like women.” He then proceeded to describe what he meant by suggesting that women should dress distinctly feminine. The implication is that ‘dressing professional’ for a woman means ‘dressing feminine.

Twitter wasted no time showing Trump what it really means to #DressLikeWomen:

Many pointed out that professional dress looks many different ways:

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The artistic ones put together their own renditions of #DressLikeWomen

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Others pointed to badass women of history and how they #DressLikeWomen:

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Some showed just how dapper #DressLikeWomen can look:

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Women also showed us how their fictional heroes #DressLikeWomen:

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They pointed out the blatant hypocrisy of his ‘dress code:’

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And some just expressed their utter disgust:

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Keep resisting, Twitter. Trump’s sexism is not to be tolerated! Bigly.

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Robin Zabiegalski

Robin Zabiegalski

Robin Zabiegalski is a Spring Editorial Fellow for The Tempest. She is a freelance writer for digital media publications and her work has been published on The Tempest and xoJane. She is also an occasional writer of short fiction and satire. Robin has a BA in Professional Studies from Johnson State College and she is passionate about feminism, body image, writing, snowboarding, and backpacking.

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