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News started spreading yesterday, based on a report from Axios, that Donald Trump reportedly likes his female staffers to “dress like women.” Thanks to the president’s notoriously retrograde view of women, his definition of that is pretty narrow: The women should wear dresses.
Cue a new hashtag to remind us — and really, the president — that dressing “like a woman” doesn’t mean what he thinks it does.
For the past 24 hours, women have been posting photos of themselves at work on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #DressLikeAWoman.
Among them? Firefighters:
National heroes who are also immigrants:
People with disabilities:
Mother-son duo police officers:
Members of the European Parliament:
Goddamn Queen Elizabeth:
And finally, the greatest athlete of all time:
The next time anyone suggests you “dress like a woman,” tell them they’ll have to be more specific.