Donald Trump’s disgusting “grab them by the pussy” comments continue to spur outrage and inspire protest.
A Montreal artist is giving the Donald the bum’s rush by painting portraits of him with her vagina.
The Canadian woman, who identifies herself as “Davison,” is not eligible to vote in the U.S. presidential election, but says the possibility of a Trump presidency is a global problem.
“Trump is a threat to destabilize the world,” Davison told HuffPost. “But the pussy comment was the final straw for many people, though I wonder why people didn’t have the same reaction to his wall or Islamophobia.”
Trump’s now famous comments inspired Davison to paint his portrait using the same body part that the Republican standard bearer denigrates.
“Once I saw the backlash, I thought, ‘How can I turn this into a positive?’” she said.
Creating what she bluntly calls her “pussy paintings” presented some challenges, mostly when buying supplies.
“I had to put the canvas between my legs at the art store to make sure it would fit,” Davison said. As for the paint, she made sure to use Crayola acrylic paint which she says “has no cyanide.”
Take a look at Davison at work. The camera is strategically placed so you can’t actually see her “brush” meet the canvas.
Davison’s trumped-up portraits are impressionistic, to say the least. The orange blobs represent Trump’s face and the red represents his ubiquitous power tie.
“I tried to put my butt right where his mouth would be,” she said.
Davison now hopes she can use her Trump portraits to raise funds for charity.
She is currently auctioning off two different pieces at 32auctions.com and plans to donate half the funds to ovarian cancer research.
The auction ends Oct. 31 and one of the works currently has a bid of $20.
This isn’t the first time Davison attacked Trump with her sex organs. Last March, she painted a portrait of him using her breasts.
“That’s because he’s the world’s biggest boob,” she explained.
That opus can be seen below.
Davison isn't the only woman using her private parts to speak publicly against Trump.
Last week, Florida photographer Emily Robinson donated some pubic hair clippings to Trump’s campaign because he “represents everything that females hate about existing in life as a woman.”