Look at These Sexist Campaign Buttons Some Dude Is Selling at a Republican Conference


In an election rife with racist and sexist insults and one Donald Trump, sexist crap aimed at Hillary Clinton should not be surprising. And yet:

The fun buttons, spotted at this year’s Sunshine Summit– the annual, two-day, GOP confab in Florida—are actually old news. They were first spotted in 2013. But their reemergence today is a reminder that, like any hardy perennial, misogynistic trolling will always remain in vogue for at least one robust fringe of the Republican party.

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