Hillary Clinton Isn’t President, but She Can be a Christmas Tree Topper
Hillary Clinton Isn’t President, but She Can be a Christmas Tree Topper

A feminist non-profit has created a series of Christmas tree toppers based on female liberal icons.

‘Tis the season to be “inspired” by failed presidential candidates.

Hillary Clinton’s defeat at the election hasn’t stopped her liberal fans from putting her on a pedestal—and now they can do so, literally, with a Christmas tree topper designed after the failed Democratic candidate.

A UK company called Women to Look At is selling the Hillary toppers as part of their lineup of feminist women this Christmas season, alongside Serena Williams and Beyonce.

Designed to look like angels, each 3D-printed tree topper costs $140.

Enthralled by the prospect of celebrating Christmas with cheers of “yaaas kween slay,” Popsugar’s Alexandra Whithing wrote: “I’m still hyperventilating.”

from 80.00 The most presidential of tree toppers. 3D sculpted in her iconic power suit with angelic wings.3D printed to order with pinpoint accuracy, with a simple wire tie threaded through holes on her back to safely secure to your tree. She’s the First Lady of Christmas Tree Decorations.”

Liberals in the media are gushing about the Hillary Clinton Christmas tree angel topper being sold by a British non-profit, Women To Look Up To:

POPSUGAR:

I can, hand-on-heart, say I wasn’t that fussed about decorating this Christmas until about five minutes ago when a POPSUGAR Australia editor sent me a link to the most amazing thing I have seen maybe ever — a Hillary Clinton Christmas angel. Followed by a Beyoncé Christmas angel. Followed by a Serena Williams Christmas angel. I’m still hyperventilating.

These symbols of hope, like, actual hope, are the creation of a UK company called Women To Look Up To (which could not be a more perfect name). They are a not-for-profit organisation with any profits reinvested in projects to further female equality (so awesome), and they do international shipping (also, but on a more selfish note, awesome!)”…

Speaking to the Independent, Women to Look At co-founders Savannah and Dom said they were tired of traditional toppers. “Last Christmas we looked up at the top of our Christmas Tree where the same old frumpy fairy we had been putting up for years sat looking down on us,” said the creators.

“We just felt uninspired, like she was a bit of a forgotten figure, even as a Catholic family, we didn’t really understand why it was such a tradition to place this outdated representation of a woman, or sometimes a man as the story turns out,” they added. “Traditions can be borrowed and change with the needs of the times, as we felt the need was definitely there, in a world where we need positive role models more than ever before.”

Hillary Clinton Isn’t President, but She Can be a Christmas Tree Topper

Hillary Clinton Isn’t President, but She Can be a Christmas Tree Topper

“The angels are 3D-printed and were inspired by the need to update the old Victorian tree-topper for something more modern and relevant,” claims the feminist vertical. “Something that’s beautiful, inspiring and fills a room with hope. Hillary, Serena and Beyoncé being the exact answer to that conundrum.”

Besides the trio of women, the angels are made to order, and the company invites customers to create a Christmas topper of their own to immortalize into an angel by visiting their studio in London for 3D scanning.

Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton are featured on Christmas cards offered by Women To Look Up To, along with Beyoncé, Serena Williams, Adele and Angelina Jolie.

Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton are featured on Christmas cards offered by Women To Look Up To, along with Beyoncé, Serena Williams, Adele and Angelina Jolie.
Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton are featured on Christmas cards offered by Women To Look Up To, along with Beyoncé, Serena Williams, Adele and Angelina Jolie.

Source: Popsugar, The Independent.

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