If there was ever a time for women to band together and shout 'Oh, hell no', this is it.
Yesterday, a shocking hashtag caught traction on Twitter following a recent poll that showed the different voting patterns between women and men in the upcoming Presidential elections.
Nate Silva, the Editor-in-Chief of analysis website FiveThirtyEight, first published the findings that showed women to be more inclined to vote for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton (hmm, we wonder why that is…)
Meanwhile, in a different poll, men were found to be more in favour of that bloke with the blonde 'hair' *cough, transplant*
Wow, excuse us. We must be coming down with the flu…
Anyway, rather than people sitting back to reflect on the polls' information as mature and intellectual adults, Trump supporters created a movement called '#RepealThe19th' on Twitter, which refers to the almost century old 19th amendment that gives women the right to vote.
Wow, wait. This isn't a joke, is it?
Of course, the female (and many of the male) population aren't impressed:
Not only is this incredibly sexist and backward, it's just downright ridiculous.
Are you really telling us that in 2016, people want to overturn women's right to vote because the majority want to see a sane, intelligent, experienced badass woman in the White House?
Thankfully, women are reclaiming the hashtag to encourage women to vote for Clinton.
Who run the world?
So basically, this is how we feel right now: