Help Migrant Families Separated At The Border And Buy This F*CK Trump Lipstick

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By: Bill McCool
 

So everything is bad. You probably knew that already, and if you didn’t, hello! Thank you for voting for a racist, dementia-addled toddler coated in Cheeto Dust who now gets to determine what our immigration policies should be.

We know, we know. Her emails.

With the endless stream of apocalyptic news and the constant upheaval of our civil liberties, it’s only natural to want to curl up in a fetal position and see the world you want to see while binge-watching the second season of Queer Eye. Or, you know, hide in the mountains for the next two, possibly six years.

You could also protest (ahem, June 30th) or make a donation to a worthy cause (hint, hint) that seeks to reunite immigrant children separated from their families.

You can also buy lipstick.

From now until July 19th, if you buy Lipslut's F*ck Trump Lipstick, 100% of the proceeds will go to support families separated at the border. This stylish, nude pink lipstick not only makes a bold statement, but it comes packaged inside a slim box proving you actually can put lipstick on a pig.

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Founded in the wake of the 2016 election, Lipslut wants to shake up the socioeconomic landscape and promote change for the better with their cruelty-free lipstick. Since May, some 2,300 children have been separated from their parents for crossing the border, and while President Trump has signed an executive order reversing this needlessly cruel policy of his own making, it sure would be nice to know what happened to those kids.

So stay strong, put on some F*ck Trump Lipstick, and do your part.

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Bill McCool is a freelance writer based out of Los Angeles. Though new to the world of design, he has always been a storyteller by trade and he seeks to inspire and cultivate a sense of awe with the work and artists he profiles. When he's not winning over his daughters with the art of the Dad joke, he is usually working on a pilot, watching the Phillies, or cooking an elaborate meal for his wife.