The Woodstock Women’s March

Didn’t get any photos of women marching in Woodstock Saturday afternoon, but here are some of people at the rally:

Here is the best shot of a speaker. Perhaps someone who attended can identify her and what she and any other speakers said.

Some of the people in the Woodstock Women’s March rally crowd.

Another view of the crowd.

Since the movie “The Handmaiden” came out, women dressed like the handmaidens in the movie have appeared in demonstrations put on by self-declared feminists.  (I read the book over a decade ago.)

A banner bearing the words based on U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren’s behavior in the Senate after being told her time was up by the body’s Republican leadership..  A “Woman 4 Trump” sign was accomodate.

Democratic Party activist Terry Kappel with his sign at the Woodstock Women’s March in the Woodstock Square.

If anyone else would like to send photos, I be glad to add them to this post.


The Woodstock Women’s March — 49 Comments

  1. DMAC?

    I guess you don’t know what a Stepford Wive entails; because all of the people here are cloned zombified parrots.

  2. Looks like the Oxy Electorate woke up early today- opioid-induced constipation is a bitch.

    I hope you all find a more comfortable way to die than bleeding out through your anuses.

    Any particular reason you are so deathly afraid of taking photographs of people’s faces, Cal?

    Your modus operandi is indistinguishable from that of a pedophile stalker.

    Your aren’t a pedophile, are you, Cal?

    Creepiest fucking batch of photos you’ve ever posted, Cal.

    Your work speaks volumes about your true self.

  3. What ?

    Not one of those DEMOCRAT parasites is wearing a puzzy hat – they are not true believers !

    Fat, lazy and stupid is no way to go through life.

  4. It’s ‘freedom OF religion’ not freedom from religion.

    Liberalism is a sickness.

    Looks like only a scarce few with the disease came out.

  5. Women, the new oppressed class.

    The Democrat party so morally bankrupt they have to create issues to try and make themselves relevant.

    To be oppressed, you have to have an oppressor which are the sons they are bringing into the world.

    If woman are oppressed, than I guess they are failing as mothers.

    Maybe this should be the theme of the march “Better Mothers for a Better America”

  6. John Lovaas, Shame on you, I really think this is the creepiest comment I have ever seen on Cal’s Blog.

    One must question the character behind your comment and where those fingers have been, before you touched the key board.

  7. Hah! Again, John Lovass and the party of peace and tolerance shows they’re anything but peaceful and tolerant, and verging on the dark side.

  8. They should have used their time helping with the flooding victims.

    This was a total waste.

    Strange people.

  9. Quick – round’em up, they’ve escaped from the kitchen again !

  10. My personal reaction to commenters who use the most foul language in an attempt to disparage the work of another is one of disgust…and on a Sunday?

    Not sure how a photographer can take a photo of a speaker and a crowd from a distance without seeing the back of a someone’s head.

    I would very much prefer that commenters use common courtesy when making public statements.

    Foul language in public only shows complete immaturity and lack of creative writing ability.

    Cal takes more photos for publication than many newspapers…give him a break!

  11. Bob B.

    while it does say of, from could be substituted and it would still mean the same thing.

    1. Derived or coming from; originating at or from: customs of the South.

    2. Caused by; resulting from: a death of tuberculosis.

    3. Away from; at a distance from: a mile east of here.

    4. So as to be separated or relieved from: robbed of one’s dignity; cured of distemper.

    (used to indicate distance or direction from, separation, deprivation, etc.):

  12. Sub From for Of here and it still works.
    We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

  13. What a joke and how appropriate that the march ended in a park named after a cartoon. Most of the Democratic Party’s rhetoric has been aimless and incoherent for quite a while.

  14. You’re an idiot,nob. Freedom of religion means you are free to worship whoever or whatever you want. That’s WHY THEY CAME HERE!

  15. Religious pursuit and $$$$ Cindy. Just like then $$$ is the biggest god now.

    From or Of, means the same so says most dictionaries.

    *note the small g, not trying to trample on your beliefs.

  16. Go get a real dictionary. Contrary to what the liars try to tell you, language is NOT fluid. You are falling for their lies. The intention of the authors was what I said. You will NOT change that! (BTW Urban dictionaries are written by the CIA.)

  17. Ya we support both with our $$$$$.

    Not much different than of and from when used in many USA documents.

  18. Get yourself a dictionary an an education. Meanings and examples for your enlightenment:
    of prep.
    !. belonging to: ‘the children of a family’
    2. made from: “a house of bricks’
    3. that has; containing: ‘a house of six rooms’
    4. that has as a quality: ‘a look of pity’
    5. that is the same as: ‘the city of Chicago’.
    6. having to do with; concerning; in regard to; about: ‘to be fond of’
    7. that has as a purpose: ‘a house of prayer’
    8. by: ‘the writings of Shakesepare’
    9. as a result of having or using; through: ‘to die of a diease’
    10. out of: ‘she came of a noble family’
    11. among: ‘friend of mine’
    12. during: ‘ of late years’
    13. (in telling time) before: ‘six minutes of ten’
    14. of connects nouns and adjectives having the meaning of a verb with what would be the object of the verb; indicating the object or the goal: ‘the eating of fruit’,’the love of truth’
    15. have; ‘You could of been a great athlete.’
    In no way does ‘of’ mean exclusion. So, why do you insist on being a moron?

  19. Guillaume I “le Cogubert” of Normandy.
    Hunchback of Notre Dame.
    Henry I “Beauclerc” of England.
    Matilda of Flanders.
    Want more from of’s?

  20. You’re an idiot, nob. You are quoting definition five. You have proven my point precisely!

  21. Cindy the Lib’s have big $$$$ Lawyers reseaching words on a regular bases.

    Come on you know From works instead of of.

    Not my fault just stating a fact you don’t like, Luv.

  22. O.K. pea brain. OF and FROM are NOT interchangeable. You cannot make up your own rules just because you don’t have the ability to understand the differences. Let us try something even you could opossibly understand. Two from two equals what? Two of two equals what? It’s a rich and diverse language. Learn to use it.

  23. You used the wrong word to justify, diverse.
    Our language is diverse, becuase people use of and from as they have the same meaning at times, but not always.
    Unlike piece and peace, through and threw, which sound the same but mean something different.
    Our language has plenty of maybe, few absolutes.
    That’s why lawyers exists.

  24. What the hell are you talking about justify! Diverse means multiples. It doesn’t mean you get to make things up and now you have whatever you say is the meaning. You are a complete idiot. I do not know how you think you are going to survive in this world with such a closed mind. You are stupid because you are intentionally ignorant! You couldn’t even do the math I gave you. You did not understand one word of what I presented. That tells me you are also a complete moron. Done helping stupid.

  25. Chief Justice John Marshall in McCulloch vs Maryland, a decision which become a keystone of Constitutional interpretation. Marshall wrote that “The government of the Union […] is, emphatically and truly, a government of the people. In form, and in substance, it emanates from them.

  26. LOL nob keeps posting things that are conclusive to my original thesis. He’s so stupid he doesn’t even know he is proving my points. THe thing about stupid is – they don’t know they are stupid!

  27. Second to last word is FROM.
    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.
    Or from.
    Lol Hun!

  28. Freedom OF breakfast cereal means you get to CHOOSE your Cereal

    Freedom FROM breakfast cereal means you don’t have any in the house to choose from.

    Get a clue. We all know Dems don’t like religion.

    Hell, they boo God at the DNC and work against prayer in schools so much that they’re willing to have coaches arrested.

    Let’s not even pretend these whackadoos want religious choice.

  29. Landon? Look at all the time I wasted explaining to that nitwit that the two words are completely different. The nob is a complete willful moron. He still doesn’t see that he is totally off the chain here. He keeps interchanging words that are not interchangeable and thinks that makes him vindicated. None of his examples make any sense, but he blithely goes on blubbering about two from two equals the same thing as two of two. THAT is total brain dead stupidity. He has no ability to comprehend.

  30. Landon, of course if you use one of the other means of of it will not mean the same.
    There are times when they do mean the same depending on usage.
    That fact doesn’t fit your partisan belief system.
    I’m not a fan of the Lib religion either, but that wasn’t my point.

  31. No one will ever listen to anything you say, nob. You are too stupid. There is NEVER a time when you can use the two words interchangeably. You have no idea what you are talking about. THAT is why you are stubbornly stupid!

  32. You are laboring under many falsehoods, nob. (Plus you are a condescending piece of work.) I am here to tell others. There is no hope for you.

    While one mayhaps be able to exchange descriptive words like enormous with humongous (because they basically both mean big; notwithstanding their color of definition); you absolutely CANNOT exchange from for of. They mean entirely DIFFERENT things. One justifies toward while the other justifies away. They repel. Try using toward and away interchangeably and you have the liberal progressive mindset. Dumb as a box of hammers!

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