Twitter Shows No Mercy For $335 Safety Pin Necklace
However, not all Trump protesters are marching through the streets with signs.
That's right. Some people are taking a more subtle approach to their political opposition by rocking safety pin necklaces.
Apparently, the practice of wearing safety pins originated in the UK during the whole Brexit debacle and is a symbol that's intended to show solidarity with victims of racism.
However, it seems one crafty woman is now trying to capitalize off this meaningful symbol.
That's right. Jewelry designer Rebecca Cullen is selling a $335 safety pin necklace on Etsy that lets you show your support against homophobia, racism, xenophobia and sexism.
You're probably wondering how on Earth you can justify selling a safety pin for over $300.
Well, according to Cullen's Etsy ad,
This dynamic piece features two solid 14k safety pins (they don't actually open) linked in the front. Worn right at the collarbone, this is something you will put on and never want to take off. The delicate ball chain is also 14k.