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If you’ve been following BUST closely, you may have noticed that over the holidays, we re-shared our 10 most popular posts of 2016 on social media. We’ve decided to bring them to you in a post as well. We were excited to see that so many of our most popular posts were about ways to fight back against Donald Trump; in fact, a full half of our top 10 most popular posts of the year were published in the week following the election. Although 2016 was a trash fire of a year, the stories you clicked on prove that there are so many smart, passionate people out there who care about fighting sexism, racism, Islamophobia, and our terrible president-elect. And that gives us hope for the future.

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10. Katie Ledecky Won't Be Able To Compete In Her Best Event Due To A Sexist Rule by Becky Nash, August 2016

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9. 6 Things You Can Do To Keep Steve Bannon Out Of The White House by Kelly Walters, November 2016

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8. Don't Find Hillary Clinton 'Likable'? Here's Why by Caroline Siede, October 2016

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7. 6 Reasons You Should Get An IUD Before January 20, 2017 by Erika W. Smith, November 2016

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6. We Need To Talk About Casey Affleck's Sexual Assault Allegations by Kelly Walters, December 2016

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5. The 'White Working Class' Can Kiss My Brown Ass by Priya Jain, November 2016

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4. Another Big Win: SCOTUS Just Banned Domestic Abusers From Owning Firearms by Madelyn Sundquist, June 2016

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3. How President Obama Is Subtly Undermining Donald Trump by Erika W. Smith, November 2016 

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2. This Illustrator Explains To Bros Why They Need Feminism by Meghan Sara, April 2016

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1. Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes Will Likely Increase. Here's How Not To Be A Bystander by Kelly Walters, November 2016

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