SAG HARBOR, N.Y. – The Women’s March in Washington, D.C. last month symbolized “feminism and equality for all” for Sag Harbor high school student Isabel Peters and some of her classmates.

Others who witnessed the profanity-laced hate directed at President Trump, racial undertones of the march, and its explicit endorsement of abortion, had a different take on the political event.

The difference in perspective came to a head at Long Island’s Pierson Middle-High School, where Peters and her friends started a feminism club and sold pink “pussy hats,” or “cat hats,” like those donned at the women’s rally.

But Sag Harbor mother Janice D’Angelo didn’t appreciate the political message the daily barrage of pussy hats sends to her 12-year-old daughter, and managed to talk some sense into school officials, NBC New York reports.

“The hats represent a political notion, and it shouldn’t be brought into school,” D’Angelo said. “During lunchtime, I don’t want my daughter subjected to a political issue at school.”

School officials discussed the hats with student club leaders, who agreed to stop selling the hats during school hours. The student feminists, of course, still wear their hats, and have vowed to continue their crusade.

“It’s not disappointing because we’re fighting for what we believe in, and we won’t be stopped,” club member Sarah Mac told NBC New York.

“The hat represents feminism and equality for all,” Isabel Peters said.

The political symbolism of the pussy hats is undeniable, and it does not represent “equality for all.”

The pro-abortion messages alienated scores of woman who came to the D.C. March for Life about a week after the women’s march.

“They didn’t want pro-life women there at all,” Aly Korabik, a 20-year-old sophomore at the University of Missouri, told The Washington Post. “It just made me mad that they didn’t follow their own statements about the importance of diversity.”

Others voiced similar complaints about the focus on divisive race issues at a rally supposedly designed to unite. Women who supported Donald Trump also had no place at the women’s march.

The speakers at the event included Madonna, who went on a profanity-laced tirade against Trump and cursed out her detractors before admitting she has “thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House.”

The American Mirror detailed some of the other esteemed speakers:

Ashley Judd took great pride in calling herself a “nasty woman” and accusing President Trump of “bathing in Cheeto dust.”

She claimed she felt “Hitler in these streets” of Washington, D.C. before ranting about “racism, fraud, conflict of interest, homophobia, sexual assault, transphobia, white supremacy, misogyny, ignorance, white privilege.”

She added she’s “nasty like the blood stains on my bed sheets.”

Scarlett Johansson encouraged attendees to boo Congress for limiting funding for abortions.

Former Black Panther Angela Davis told the crowd America is a “country anchored in slavery.”