I did wonder this in high school. Then in college, as history and psychology and maturity were acquired, I came to realize that most people will follow. To stand out or against the crowd is taught as a negative at an early age. People will follow blindly. Seeing it actually play out is horrifying on one intellectual level and fascinating on another. Disappointing and repugnant.
I find it odd that people are praising Trump for speaking the truth and for not being scared to "say what's on his mind". Have we forgotten what it means to have manners, morals, and a desire for equality? If you think that a loud-mouthed person who "tells it like it is" is competent enough to lead this country (and not the one with actual qualifications [ie, Hillary]), then we might as well elect our most annoying Facebook friend (we all have one!) for the job--I would rather have this Facebook
Stevie Nicks - reproductive rights will be the first things we lose under Trump's fourth reich. Despite laws for wage equality, pay is still unequal. Even more so for women of color and the disabled. And rapists continue to go unpunished. I keep seeing idiots claiming we're "equal enough" or that we have nothing to fight for. As long as any woman suffers in this world, we have to fight.