Taking to Instagram, the cast and crew of Netlix’s Orange Is the New Black took a stand against Donald Trump, who is under fire for lewd comments he made about women with then-Access Hollywood co-host Billy Bush in a leaked video from 2005.
In the photo, which was originally posted by Lea DeLaria, the group don orange and black T-shirts emblazoned with the phrase, Vaginas Against Trump.
The shirts speak for themselves. Vaginas and the people who love them are really really done.”
The high profile posting drew ire from some with one user responding to the image with an equally strongly worded message:
Love diminishing women as just a body part. So classy.”
DeLaria, 58, wrote back.
You’re right! I’m objectifying women. I’m so glad this straight white guy was able to point out my evil ways.”
Vaginas Against Trump shirts are being sold through an organization by the same name which was set up a week before Trump’s video was unearthed.
‘Mr. Trump, We see your sexist, racist, and oppressive ways and today we say NO MORE! We stand united with those you consistently devalue and demean,’ the group wrote.