A woman in fedora hat, fedora hats and pussy hats

The fedora is the most recognizable symbol of a woman in the United States, and it’s been a part of American culture for as long as we can remember.

However, this trend of women wearing the hat for all sorts of reasons is gaining traction in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

The fedora has become a symbol of empowerment for women across the country.

Women across the world have become fedora-wearing activists, and many have adopted the symbol as their own.

It started when a young woman, Julia Gershwin, wrote the song “Sugar in my hair,” which became a hit in the 1970s.

It has since become a favorite song of the alt-rock band Miley Cyrus, who wore a fedora as part of her runway show in 2015.

In 2018, the fedora was also worn by women of color to demonstrate for the rights of indigenous people.

But for some women who are fedora wearing to protest sexual violence and racism, the symbol of power and independence is not an easy thing to embrace.

A young woman named Jessica Cagle-Smith wrote a blog post in March in which she described how she felt fedora being worn by a man.

“I feel like the symbol is a little scary and I am not at all comfortable wearing it,” Cagle