Taylor Swift Receives All The Hate in The World For Not Attending Women's March

by Editor in Chief

Taylor Swift earns the ire of American citizens especially the feminist groups after she failed to attend the protest against President-elect of United States Donald Trump.

During the historic inauguration day of President Trump, thousands of women went out to the streets to send a strong message to him. The feminist groups believe that the new President of USA doesn't have the right to take the nation to a new direction. More importantly, they want to convince the entire population of United States that Trump doesn't "represent the values of the nation".

A lot of Hollywood celebrities and famous personalities joined the protests including Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Zendaya among others. The popular female recording artist "Taylor Swift", who reportedly claimed to be a feminist was absent in the largest women's march ever organized against the President-elect in United States.

Taylor Swift Receives All The Hate in The World For Not Attending Women's March

The social media manager of Taylor Swift might have noticed the participation of other celebrities which potentially prompted the American singer-songwriter to post a Tweet that reads;

"So much love, pride, and respect for those who marched. I'm proud to be a woman today, and every day."

The message of Taylor Swift includes the hashtag #WomensMarch.

Miley Cyrus, on the other hand, uploaded a photo on Twitter showing herself in the middle of a large crowd who were staging a protest in LA.


This comparison fueled anger and hate of the American feminist groups. The furious internet users in United States turned to social media as well and violently reacted the Tweet of Taylor Swift. Even the fans of Swift felt that she is a " fair-weather feminist."

More and more people around the American coasts are vocally sharing hateful messages to Taylor Swift. Alexandra Wang even made swearing remarks against the singer.


Only few women tried to defend Swift probably they don't like to receive hate notes from women's groups who are opposing the Trump presidency. Megan Sagar took the risk and she defended Swift.


Feminist groups seem to treat Taylor Swift as a pure disgrace to women who are fighting against the domination of Donald Trump. Large Facebook pages managed by influential women's groups are posting hate comments and meme photos of Switf.

Do you think that Taylor Swift deserves to be hated by American feminist groups for failing to attend and participate the women's march during the inauguration day of President Donald Trump?

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