When the president of our country has been accused of 16 horrific cases of sexual misconduct, sexualizes France’s first lady on introduction and removes birth control from healthcare plans, it’s easy to understand why he doesn’t poll well with the female population (or anyone for that matter). As a result, many women-led, anti-Trump efforts have been amassed, but one particular enterprise has recently become quite popular on social media. The project? A colorful assortment of glittery dildos with Trump heads on top (see them in all their phallic glory here).

Playboy recently spoke with Hutchtastic, the San Francisco-based visionary behind the sculptures, who insists the phallic objects weren’t originally imagined as sex toys, but sculptures. However, the artist notes they can be safely used for sex with condoms.

To make the “Trumpsicle” sculptures, Hutchtastic took several weeks perfecting the mold so there was no mistaking who the sculpture emulates. The mold is then filled with silicone and glitter, after which it must cure for 16 hours. Thus far, Hutchtastic’s Trumpsicles have been sold at art shows and online.

For Hutchtastic, her Trumpsicles serve as mini-monuments for female empowerment. “As a woman living in a world where a recording of a candidate bragging about using his position of power to sexually assault woman is made public, I feel under attack,“ Hutch explains. "The only way for me to engage with what is happening without getting bogged down in a quagmire of doom is to do so playfully with humor. Donald Trump is trying to fuck me and everyone I care about,” she says. “I just want to give people an opportunity to fuck him back.”

The sculptures protest Trump on many levels. “First of all, I am literally calling him a giant dickhead,” she notes. “Furthermore, even as a symbol rather than a functional object, I think a dildo speaks to women’s sexual autonomy.” As she explains, a dildo is primarily used for solo sexual pleasure. While yes, it can be used by any gender, female sexuality has always been much more oppressed, making it more powerful. “Most people who have sex with men have experienced sex with someone who was more interested in receiving than giving or sharing pleasure, which is why I think the dildo can be a symbol of autonomy and empowerment. Women are not dependent on a partner to achieve sexual satisfaction.”

However, art is often subjective, and some argue the sculpture is inappropriate and disrespectful. "Some people will see this product as the ultimate object of power, while others will see it as the height of pettiness,” sex toy reviewer, Emmeline Peaches, shares. “I think most will just chuckle at the novelty of it.”

Like Hutchtastic, Emmeline is inclined to view the dildo through the lens of art theory. “When it comes to what the art means, you tend to encounter three core aspects that matter: the artist’s intent, the critic’s response and the public’s perception,“ she explains. "In this instance, the artist is a self-professed feminist who used her Trump dildos under hashtags such as #feministart, #notmypresident and #dumptrump, so it’s clear what the intentions are.”

The Trump administration has called for many changes that strip women of their bodily autonomy and target the female reproductive system. “I can see why some people would get satisfaction from literally fucking Trump over,” Emmeline shares. “For some, it may even be a product that can provide closure or clarity—helping them take someone who has caused them a lot of hurt and transforming it into something they can achieve pleasure with.” Some may simply purchase the item to revel in the fact that Trump would hate being made into a pastel penis for shits and giggles.

However, Emmeline would not recommend actually using the sculpture for sexual gratification, insisting it would be terribly ineffective. “There’s no tapered tip to allow for ease of insertion, so you’re left trying to shove Trump’s frequently remarked upon hair in whole, which then cuts off abruptly when you get to the face, which would then feel jarring,” Emmeline explains. “The fully rendered details of Trump’s face would also grate against the vaginal or anal wall, which would be too much for most to take. Add to that the drastic transition from the chin to the rest of the shaft, and you can pretty much rule this dildo out for strap-on action. People who love texture may get satisfaction from Trump, but they’ll probably need to employ gentle, wiggling motions and leave it at that.”

But hey, if dildos aren’t your thing, maybe butt plugs are. These exist as well. To the glee of some and to the horror of others, there’s more than one way to get your freak on with the Don.