Certain cast and crew members of Orange Is the New Black made it clear just weeks away from Election Day that they will not be voting for Donald Trump on Nov. 8.
Lea DeLaria, who plays Big Boo on the Netflix original series, took to social media Friday to share her disdain for the GOP candidate. Alongside costars Taryn Manning(Tiffany “Pennsatucky” Doggett), Emma Myles (Leanne Taylor), Beth Dover (Linda Ferguson), Julie Lake (Angie Rice) and members of the show’s crew, the group of 1o women wore orange and black T-shirts with the phrase “Vaginas Against Trump” in all capital letters.
“CAST & CREW OF OITNB SAYS F— YOU TRUMP,” DeLaria, 58, posted on social media.
Lake, who also wore sunglasses in the cast and crew pic, also posted the photo on Instagram with the caption: “www.VaginasAgainstTrump.com @vaginasagainsttrump #VaginasAgainstTrump #oitnb.”
Did you say something? @angeldeangelis @francesca_curran @tarynmanning @emmacat @chelseylcary @realleadelaria @vaginasagainsttrump #orangeyougladwerefriends #nooneleftbehindever #VaginasAgainstTrump Website: www.VaginasAgainstTrump.com Instagram facebook twitter: @vaginaAgainstTrump Proceed go to Plan Parenthood 😘
The cast and crew showcased their T-shirts a week after a leaked tape from 2005 was published by The Washington Post that highlighted Trump, 70, making lewd comments about Nancy O’Dell and Arianne Zucker to then-host Billy Bush on-board anAccess Hollywood bus.
In the days that followed Sunday night’s second presidential debate when Trump denied sexually assaulting women as he claimed to have done in the damning, recently surfaced recording from 2005, numerous women have come forward making allegations against the businessman-turned-politician that he groped them against their will.