The Women’s March Vagina Costume Is Now High Fashion, Apparently


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Remember the Women’s March? You know, that massive rally attended by thousands of (leftist) women in which demonstrators dressed up like gigantic vaginas for women’s rights (or something) and happily talked about blowing up the White House and the right to kill a baby in the womb? Yeah, that one.

Well, in an effort to make sure every aspect of life in America is now political and adequately represents the sick morality of the far-left, one fashion designer has debuted an entire collection of haute couture inspired by female genitalia, giving creative Women’s March vagina costume designers everywhere a run for their money.

According to Breitbart News, the collection, which was put on display during New York Fashion Week by German designer Namilia. It was quite tastefully named, “My P****, My Choice,” and according to the New York Post, was trotted down the runway as children’s Disney music played, which adds a whole new angle of creepiness to the show.

The pictures of this perverse and bizarre fashion show are most certainly not safe for work, as well as not appropriate for small children. 

This ridiculous blazer is significantly far less chic than the designer imagined, clearly.

Theo Wargo/Getty Images For NYFW: The Shows

This one takes “leaving little to the imagination” to a whole new level.

Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images For NYFW: The Shows



Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images For NYFW: The Shows


It’s clear the left thinks this is art, but it’s not. It’s just gross. It makes no statement beyond a perverse, juvenile display of the part of the female body that was designed by God for a woman’s husband and to produce her child, that’s it.

The world is full of pornographic imagery and promiscuous fashion, there is nothing provocative or daring about sewing together a bunch of silk vaginas on a dress, and it makes no daring statement.

The left whips up silly displays like this in the name of art and fashion and everyone agrees it is edgy simply because they’re told it is.

There is nothing dignified or precious about putting a vagina on display for all to see. True dignity comes from seeing one’s worth as a woman or man, created in the image of God, dedicated to sanctifying the body as the temple of the Holy Spirit.

That is the biggest statement you can make in this fallen, sinful world.

This is what ladies everywhere wanted to say about to Women’s Marchers!: