This American campaign is urging people to protest against Donald Trump with their butts

#GetBehindUs campaign is uniting people's butts to protest against Trump.

Dipannita Saha Dipannita Saha Sep 08, 2017
Butts are important and #GetBehindUs campaign is the proof. Photo Courtesy: Youtube/CharlieGillette

 

Ever since Donald Trump became the President of United States of America, people have not been very happy with him. And we don't blame them at all. After all, his policies--be it on women's reproductive rights, LGBTQ community, or the immigrant population--have angered many. And there have been various protests organized by people to voice their opinions. However, there is a new campaign that's uniting people in a very unique way--with their butts! Confused? Well, the #GetBehindUs campaign is encouraging people to sport messages on the back pockets of their jeans.

According to TeenVogue Magazine, the campaign is the brainchild of New York-based creatives Alicia Serrani, Charlie Gillette, Gabby Beans, and Isabella Serrani. It celebrates the next generation of artists and activists with a message of unity and optimism through the power of fashion. So what's so special about them? Well the activists recently uploaded a video featuring a host of diverse women donning jeans emblazoned with political slogans, hand-painted by the producer and art director Alicia.

Starting from Trump's infamous "nasty woman" remark about Hillary Clinton to support for Planned Parenthood organization, the butts of these women sport various messages. The video, which has David Dundas' song Jeans On playing in the background, begins with each woman's backside turned towards the camera. The best thing about the campaign, however, is that it is made by women and for women, and it will inspire you to voice your opinion about political injustices as well--while shaking you booty!

You can watch the video here.

 

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