Lefties on social media are in an uproar over President Donald Trump's alleged dress code for White House staff.
According to a feminist writer at News18, Trump is flexing his misogyny muscles by "flaunting" his "brand of sexism in the White House".
Women -- who are slowly being erased and replaced by LGBT men in today's society -- are complaining about a report that claims the president asked his female staffers to dress like women.
Additionally, there are unconfirmed reports that some women who worked in Trump's campaign field offices "felt pressure to wear dresses to impress Trump".
Naturally, Twitter had a field day commenting on the unconfirmed reports.
Feminists and lesbians tweeted photos of women dressed in masculine work clothes and military uniforms, along with the hashtag #DressLikeAWoman. The feminists actually bolstered Trump's point by tweeting photos of women dressed traditionally like men in the workplace.
— Ashi_W (@AshaniTW) February 4, 2017
— Lisa A. Weir (@lisaweir77) February 3, 2017
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) February 3, 2017
— Effie St. Michael (@effiestmichael) February 3, 2017
If the feminists on Twitter need pointers on dressing like women, they should take notes from cross-dressers like Bruce "Caitlyn" Jenner, Laverne Cox and Amiyah Scott, who, at times, appear more feminine than most of the bio females you see on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
In fact, the problem has gotten so bad that men on social media make it a point to only accept friend requests from women who are "natural born females".