- The Washington Times - Saturday, March 12, 2016

A women’s advocacy group is urging women, and men, to refuse sex to anybody who supports GOP front-runner Donald Trump.

The campaign, labeled “Vote Trump, Get Dumped,” is gaining attention with an online petition and a large social media following. 

“Those who vote Trump should understand this: No sex. No dates. No chance,” the group’s website states.

“To cast a vote for Trump is to agree with his sexist, perverted, demeaning, backwards, offensive treatment of women,” it adds.

While Mr. Trump maintains that he does not want to be too politically correct, the Vote Trump Get Dumped group argues that Mr. Trump’s rhetoric toward women is a sign that he is not capable of being commander in chief or dealing with world leaders.

“Of course he’s not politically correct. But for them, it’s actually about a lot more than that,” the group said in a statement. “It’s a question of what this indicates about his suitability to govern. Do we really want this man to represent us to the rest of the world? Is Donald Trump really who we are?”

The group’s website encourages women to spread the word by posting a video of themselves reading statements Mr. Trump has made against women and to make their social media profile pictures and image of them crossing their fingers or legs.

“Ladies, if you are saying, “no access” with your body, keep those legs closed,” the group’s website says.

The group also offers “delicately-designed indelicate quotes,” of Mr. Trump’s offensive comments against women in the form of pretty, shareable Internet cards.

The group also says it is considering gathering its members at an upcoming Trump rally and will ask women who attend to participate in a demonstration, such as “collectively crossing our legs, or something.”

Mr. Trump has been criticized for disparaging remarks he has made about women in the past, such as “fat pig,” “dog,” “slob,” “disgusting” and “animal.”


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