Gloria Steinem at the Women’s March: “Pressing Send Is Not Enough”

Feminist icon Gloria Steinem just spoke at the Women’s March on Washington and she slayed our lives, touching on everything from lazy Twitter activism to Trump’s megalomania.

“Sometimes we must put our bodies where our beliefs are,” she said, according to our girls on the ground reporting from DC. “Sometimes pressing send is not enough.”

She also seemed to be quoting Drake in his feud with Meek Mill (lolz) when she said, “A Twitter finger must not become a trigger finger.”

She also said, according to Huffington Post, that Trump’s “grandiosity, impulsivity, hypersensitivity and an apparent inability to distinguish between fantasy and reality … was on full display in his inaugural address yesterday.”

We will post more of her speech when it becomes available.

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