I can't square the circle that people feel so strongly about something such as the language he used about women that they are willing to take a day out, pay to travel all that way, wear a silly hat, listen to polticrap by washed up old hags like madonna and wail that Clinton was not elected ... with the fact that Clinton and her husband also have a terrible record when it comes to treating women.
I can't see how people find what Trump said so, so crushingly terrible, yet can turn a blind eye to the absolute terrible crimes being committed against women even in the west by certain ideologies and then use the march to promote symbolisms of those oppressive misogynistic regimes.
Suppose your school has a teacher, and that teacher is really horrible to the kids (let's say he bully the kids) but the school protects the teacher for some reason
So you and all the parents write a letter of concern to the school about what that teacher is doing and why you think he is not suited to be a teacher.
The school writes you back using your exact argument: Kids in Moghadishu don't even go to schools. Kids in Gambia are beaten by teachers. Kids in this or that place are not protected against sexual molestation: "yet [you] can turn a blind eye to the absolute terrible crimes being committed against
Would that response really convince you?
Why do we have to bring Bill Clinton into the picture? Why is Islam even relevant? Sure, you can find a protester here or there who are hypocritical, but you can't use that as an argument to dismiss the concerns of the many protesters who simply wanted to protest a person being put into power who bragged about groping women or is a climate-change denialist. You allow yourself to be concerned about that, why is it wrong for a woman to go onto the streets and protest it?