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People Aren’t Into Taylor Swift’s Tweet About the Women’s March

shutterstock_400451401 (1)Lots of celebrities made it to the Women’s Marches this weekend, including Lena DunhamMiley Cyrus, and Rihanna. Among those not there was Taylor Swift, who instead sent a Tweet saying she has “So much love, pride, and respect for those who marched, and that she’s “Proud to be a woman today, and every day.”

But lots of people aren’t buying it. Swift often says she’s a feminist, and she’s got her “girl squad,” but a lot of people believe she’s disingenuous. Pretty Little Liars‘ Troian Bellisario blasted her earlier this year for what she called “false feminism.” Demi Lovato expressed similar sentiments in an interview with Glamour, alluding to the fact that she thinks Swift claims she’s a feminist but doesn’t “do the work” to be one. She added that “having a song and a video about tearing Katy Perry down, that’s not women’s empowerment.”

Of course, along came the Tweets calling Swift out:

Some people, however, aren’t surprised, and said so:

While some of her fans did jump to her defense, the sentiment was largely negative. So far, Swift hasn’t publicly responded to the criticism.

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