One of the first executive orders that Donald Trump signed in his first few days as President was a bill that would remove federal funding from organizations abroad if they not only performed abortions or even talked to expecting mothers about it.
Here’s President Trump signing an executive order that endangers millions of women around the world. Notice anyone missing? pic.twitter.com/aPA84530m5
— Chirlane McCray (@NYCFirstLady) January 23, 2017
‘Men making decisions about women’s bodies’ https://t.co/pkm3Dvb9qo
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) January 24, 2017
As long as you live you’ll never see a photograph of 7 women signing legislation about what men can do with their reproductive organs pic.twitter.com/dXjfVjnRiX
— Martin Belam (@MartinBelam) January 23, 2017
People noticed that there was a surprising error from Trump’s photo-op with the bill that would have life-changing impacts on women all over the world: there wasn’t a single woman in the photo.
So French Feminist group 52 (because France’s population is 52% female) made a parody news article with an altered photo.
The headline reads: “Breaking news: it is now forbidden to ejaculate outside of procreation in the United States.”