Movements galvanizing against misogyny.
That's like campaigning for manners / against rudeness. It's laudable as an ideal, but not achievable with a march or any political endeavor.
He poses a clear and present danger to advancements made in women's rights.
OK, so there are no rights that they want, just things they don't want taken away ... like what exactly?
These advancements need to be defended against over the next few years. Defense is a much more difficult position than offense.
It seems harder to campaign for vague notions than specifics.
You really believe hundreds of thousands are marching as a feel good measure.
Yes, I think marching is now a trend that people want to be part of in case they miss out on something "historic". They are not the marches of the past that were about actual real issues of the day, of importance to millions.
How did we get where we are now with the populist movements of the right? Can anyone here remember the "Tea Party".
Yes, they were equally idiotic but at least had some goals / demands.