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"Trump Girls Break The Internet" hashtag goes viral among Republicans and Democrats

Republican nominee, down 17 points with females, inspires some women to post sexy, Daring photos

Even though Donald Trump is way down with women in the polls, some women are posting sexy photos of themselves on twitter in Make America Great Again hats, and otherwise using their sexiest selves to promote The Donald's political aspirations.

Dare to express a politically incorrect political opinion! And while you're at it, draw attention to that opinion by showing some skin! That goes back at least as far as the ancient Greeks and Romans.

The hashtag #TrumpGirlsBreakTheInternet began after a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll released Sunday showed that Hillary Clinton was leading Trump among women by 17%. Hillary may well announce that her running mate is Elizabeth Warren. It's kind of an open secret--she's been campaigning with the progressive Senator The Donald refers to as "Pocahontas."

"TrumpgirlsbreaktheInternet should make Trump seem legit. Nobody is more in tune with the world around them then really hot people, said Derek Held in a tweet.

The Newspaper Publisher I work for claims to have discovered a secret: If he puts a beautiful woman or women, scantily clad, on the cover, men will buy it and women will buy it. A good looking guy, and well, a few gay men will buy it. It's the oldest trick in publishing, seriously.

It can fairly be said that Hillary Clinton has her own gender gap. Men prefer trump to Clinton about 60 to 40% in the latest polls.

White women might be Trump's most important constituency this November, says

Despite the gender gap, white women are a traditionally Republican constituency: Mitt Romney won them by 14 points in 2012, according to exit polls. John McCain won them by seven points in 2008. George W. Bush carried them by 11 points four years before that.

But Trump is losing white women in says a CBS News survey: Clinton leads among white women, 42 percent to 35 percent – about the same as her six-point margin overall.

Trump does have a wide advantage among white men, 51 percent to 31 percent. But that is so far behind Romney's 27-point victory over Obama among white men in 2012, 62 percent to 37 percent.

According to Atlantic Media's Ron Brownstein, the only Democrat to outpace the GOP candidate among white women was then-President Bill Clinton in 1996. Given Hillary Clinton's built-in advantaged with non-white voters, a Clinton victory with white women likely portends an electoral landslide, at least in a two-way race.

But do you really want to hear more about the 2016 US presidential election? Or would you rather discuss female body shape. I know what I'd rather talk about and I'm guessing you feel the same way, otherwise she would be at or something

Buzzfeed says: Both supporters and opponents of Donald Trump are losing it on Twitter after female supporters of the GOP candidate began tweeting out their love for him with the hashtag #TrumpGirlsBreakTheInternet.

But I'm going to use this forum to bring attention to a serious issue: Only 8% of women actually have an hourglass figure. According to Wikipedia's article on Female Body Shape, "A study of the shapes of over 6,000 women, carried out by researchers at the North Carolina State University circa 2005, found that 46% were rectangular, just over 20% spoon, just under 14% inverted triangle, and 8% hourglass. Another study has found "that the average woman's waistline had expanded by six inches since the 1950s" and that women in 2004 were taller and had bigger busts and hips than those of the 1950s."

I just really thought you needed to know that, for more information see:

Attention has been focused on the female body as a source of aesthetic pleasure, sexual attraction, fertility, and reproduction in most human societies. There are, and have been, wide differences in what should be considered an ideal or preferred body shape, both for attractiveness and for health reasons.

In the ancient world, use of women in provocative clothing to make a political point was hardly unknown:


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