What's wrong with this picture of Donald Trump & Co. signing an anti-abortion executive order?

What's wrong with this picture of Donald Trump & Co. signing an anti-abortion executive order?

Deep breaths, everyone. Earlier today, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that could limit women’s access to reproductive health across the globe, the Huffington Post reports. Here is a bone-chilling photo of POTUS (a word that suddenly sounds like a movie villain) signing the order while surrounded by deplorables members of his cabinet.

Can you spot what's wrong with this photo?

a) No women. B) No people of color. C) Everything is wrong with this photo.

Take a closer look at the faces of the other individuals in this photo. Every single one is male.

But surely, there must be a woman here somewhere, right? Let's pan around the room:


Today Trump reinstated the Mexico City policy, aka the "global gag rule," which prohibits the US from giving money to any international NGO's that "offer or advise on family and reproductive health options if they include abortion," even though the US dollars would not be spent on abortion-related services, the Huffington Post reports.

Limiting women and girls' access to contraceptive supplies, family planning and abortion services has severe implications for women's health.


So what's wrong with eight white American men signing an executive order with potentially deadly implications for women and girls in developing countries and conflict zones across the world?

Everything. Everything is wrong with that.

If you're still wondering what motivated millions of women and allies across the world to take to the streets on Saturday, please get your sandy head out of the sand.