Our current political and social climate is arguably the most divisive and turbulent period that anyone of my generation or younger has ever experienced in this country. Having always been interested in women’s bodies- this election, once again, made it apparent how our stories of sexual subjugation and violence are socially minimized and repressed as taboo. This work was created in response to our President Elect bragging about grabbing women by the "pussy" in an access hollywood tape recorded in 2005. He responded to this video by calling it “locker room banter”. It's important not to let our new president’s hate speech become normalized. I asked a handful of women to respond to him by writing 'Don't Grab My' on each vagina tile- showcasing their unique handwriting and I installed each tile at the person's specific pelvic height. The spectrum of pastel colors employs the ideology of Intersectional Feminism, bringing focus the collective whole and giving a visual voice and equality for all women. Thus there is no one-size-fits-all type of feminism. Now more than ever, people are open to dialogue on issues thought to be subjects once left unspoken.