Looks like the ladies of Litchfield Penitentiary won't be voting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
On Friday, a few of the women from the cast and crew of Netlix's Orange Is the New Black took to Instagram to take a stand against the 70-year-old businessman, who is under fire for lewd comments he made about women with then-Access Hollywood co-host Billy Bush in a leaked video from 2005. He's also recently been accused of alleged inappropriate conduct by a number of people, which he and his campaign team have denied.
In the photo, which was originally posted by Lea DeLaria, who portrays Boo on the hit series, a group of gals don orange and black T-shirts emblazoned with the phrase, "Vaginas Against Trump."
Taryn Manning (Tiffany "Pennsatucky" Doggett), Emma Myles (Leanne Taylor), Beth Dover (Linda Ferguson), Francesca Curran (Helen) and Julie Lake (Angie Rice) are all featured in the snap, which DeLaria captioned, "CAST AND CREW OF @OITNB SAYS F**K YOU TRUMP."
Myles re-posted the photo, urging her followers to "get your shirt," with all proceeds going to Planned Parenthood.
"The shirts speak for themselves," she added. "Vaginas and the people who love them are really really done. #imwithher @vaginasagainsttrump #vaginasagainsttrump #OITNB @oitnb."
Meanwhile, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was a guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where she spoke out on Trump's "insulting and derogatory" words.
"Nobody wants to be associated with this kind of really violent and hateful language," she said, referencing athletes who rejected Trump's "locker room talk" defense. "It's not just what Trump has said about women – as terrible as that has been – what he has said about immigrants and African Americans and Latinos and people with disabilities and POWs and our military and Muslims, everybody. He has been so insulting and derogatory. And I celebrate our diversity. I'm proud of so many things about our country, but one is clearly that we lift each other up. We don't put each other down. We show respect for each other."
"Obviously there's a lot that is coming out which is distressing on many levels," she added in regard to the recent allegations against Trump. "But I don't want anybody to think this election's over. It's been so unpredictable up until now that I'm not taking anything for granted. We've got to work really hard for the next three and a half weeks because who knows what can happen."
Trump denied the allegations against him during a rally in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Thursday.
"These vicious claims about me of inappropriate conduct with women are totally and absolutely false," he exclaimed. "We already have substantial evidence to dispute these lies, and it will be made public in an appropriate way and at an appropriate time, very soon."
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