I don't think this is going to do it

 Mrs. Kim Gregg, who identifies as tibetan, mulls life in a fascist, racist police state

Mrs. Kim Gregg, who identifies as tibetan, mulls life in a fascist, racist police state

Women are knitting pink vagina hats (they use a coarser slang term, but I refuse to sully the pages of this family-oriented blog with such language) to show that women must be respected by Trump - or something. 

“I have a daughter, so this was a way to show her that you don’t just wring your hands, you roll up your sleeves,” [Kim] Gregg said. “It’s important to get out there and speak for those who might not be able to speak up for themselves.”
That goes for one of Dean’s fellow knitters, who backed out of an interview Thursday.
“She’s afraid of pushback from Trump supporters,” Dean said.
With the streets of the nation’s capital awash in pink ears, Dean hopes the 45th president gets a message.
“Respect women,” she said. “That’s what it really comes down to.”

Other than (richly deserved) ridicule, what, exactly do Mrs. Gregg and her friend fear from Trump supporters? It's the Left that's been wetting its pants and organizing boycotts, vandalizing property and threatening people they disagree with, not us. 

But never mind - if this pathetic woman believes that knitting fuzzy little hats is sending a message to her daughter that women "speak truth to power" by sticking to their knitting, then wooly-headed thinking obviously pervades every aspect of her life, and imaginary fear of strangers is just part of that.