Right after the election in 2016 and before the Women’s March, there were a number of stories in the media about how “nasty women” were coping with Donald Trump’s victory. In the Washington Post, a woman explained how she no longer felt like dating; “Trump’s election stole my desire to look for a partner,” read the headline.

And The Cut did a piece on the “post-Trump haircut.” It seems a lot of women were either having their hair cut off or dyed black after the election. One professional woman from Atlanta who cried for three days following the election dyed her hair black, saying, “I was like, f** it! The election deadened my soul.”

Kassy Dillion, founder of Lone Conservative, described in a tweet how she’ll react if President Trump loses the election fair and square:

Yep. For some reason, we don’t expect Republican rioters to set cars on fire outside Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony. And no repeat of the riots that followed Mitt Romney’s defeat.