But while tons of celebrities turned out to numerous Women's March demonstrations on Saturday, including Rihanna...
and Miley Cyrus...
Swift was conspicuously absent, sending her support via this tweet:
And that pissed off some of her fans who felt that Swift was a fair-weather feminist.
Many wondered why Swift didn't get out into the streets.
Some felt she hadn't done enough during the election season to support causes close to women and girls.
Vocal detractors included the band Best Coast, who commented in support of a critical fan on Swift's timeline.
Some were truly bewildered.
And others were straight up SKEPTICAL AF.
But other fans came to Swift's defense:
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What do you think?
vote votesIf she's going to call herself a feminist, Taylor should have marched.
vote votesA tweet was fine!
vote votesIt's none of my business...but I'll share my thoughts with you in the comment section.
vote votesI honestly don't care what Taylor Swift does.