One Portland artist found an – ahem – creative way to tell Donald Trump that his comments about women and menstruation are unacceptable: She painted his portrait in her period blood.
Sarah Levy describes her red-and-white picture of Trump, who looks like he is speaking, as ‘menses on a matte board’ and has titled it ‘Whatever’.
She intends for the portrait to send a message to 69-year-old Trump, and the rest of the world, that sexism is unacceptable, and also plans to auction off the piece to benefit U.S. immigrants.
‘I heard the comments he made to Megyn Kelly and I was outraged that he was basically using women’s periods not just to avoid a political question but also to insult her and all women’s intelligence,’ Sarah told USA Today.
After the Republican presidential debate on Fox News, the candidate infamously said of Megyn, who served as a moderator: ‘You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of her wherever.’
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H/T: Clash Daily