9 Important Things Every Girl Needs To Do Right Now

Hey guys, we have to have a talk. By now, you know that Donald Trump was elected president last night. And let’s be real: a lot of people are scared. Trump is dangerous for a lot of people, specifically for women, people of color, the Latinx community, immigrants, and the LGTBQ community, among others.  He is known to be sexist, racist, and homophobic, just to name a few of his terrifying traits. And now, he is our president, which is horrifying to a lot of us. I know you might think that this doesn’t affect you, but if you are anything other than a white guy, you are being negativity affected by Trump’s presidency. 

I’m not being dramatic at all when I say I am scared and don’t know what to do. I know a lot of you are probably feeling the same way right now. But remember: there are some things that can be done. Obviously, we can’t change the results, but we can each do things to help the mental and physical health of those around us during this confusing and traumatic time. We need to stick together and support each other now more than ever. I’m not sure what exactly will happen when Trump is sworn in on January 20th, 2017, but here is some stuff you can do right now, whether you are a girl, non-binary person or trans person. You all matter.

How do you feel about the election? Talk to us in the comments.

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  • Kt

    As a women who voted based on policies and ideas rather than personality because honestly everyone that ran has some type of personality flaw, it makes me really sad to see this website post one-sided opinions. I voted for Trump because I believe this nation needs to change and none of the other candidates are willing to rock the boat as Trump will be able to. It is sad that one of my favorite websites I visit everyday now has me no longer wanting to be a fan.

  • Ashley

    Clearly another liberal news outlet- I’m very disappointed in you for being so one sided Gurl

  • Jenna Clark

    Stay strong, gals! We’ll make it through this term.