Safety pins, symbolism, and why I was like “naw, Son”.
Yeah Charleston

I embrace the pin as a way to flip my middle finger at Trump voters.

It’s one part, not the only part, of my activism against Trump and everything he stands for. I’m sure some people will be cynical about it, and I can’t change that. If I don’t live up to what the pin stands for, shame me. If I fail to get between the bully and the bullied, rip my pin off and call me a fraud. I’m happy if people comment on my pin and start a dialogue. But I hope you will watch my actions, even if we don’t speak.

#Resist. Blessings to all.

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