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The Forward Has a Vagenda — What’s Yours?

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Frankly, it’s almost painful to remember a time when we weren’t blessed with the revolutionary concept of “Vagenda of Manocide.” For those not yet initiated, earlier this week Twitter user Matthew Foster shared a picture of a Maine gun shop’s sign, colorfully luring customers with the message below.

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The Vagenda of Manocide has since rampaged all over Twitter, and someone has taken a domain name,, that redirects to the donation page on Hillary Clinton’s campaign website. Whether you’re for the Hildabeast or not, I think all us ladies — excuse me, I mean members of the coven — can get behind a good vagenda. Here are some found floating around the Forward this fine summer Friday, just in time for Shabbat.

Image by Talya Zax

Image by Talya Zax

Image by Talya Zax

Image by Talya Zax

Image by Talya Zax

Image by Talya Zax

Talya Zax is the Forward’s summer culture fellow. Contact her at [email protected] or on Twitter, @TalyaZax

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