Despite a heavy celebrity presence at marches around the country, Swift was mysteriously absent from the Women's March on Saturday.

Taylor Swift Women's March
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We're talking Madonna, Cher, Rihanna, Zendaya, and Miley Cyrus.

Instead of going to one of the many nationwide protests, Swift decided to post a tweet to show her support for the movement.

Taylor Swift Women's March tweet
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"So much love, pride, and respect for those who marched," Swift wrote. "I'm proud to be a woman today, and every day." 

...but why wasn't she there?

Taylor Swift Women's March tweets
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Swift's followers didn't understand why she skipped out on the Women's March.

Taylor Swift Women's March tweet
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For many fans, Swift proved herself to be a fair-weather feminist.

Taylor Swift Women's March
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Taylor Swift Women's March
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The internet accused the singer of being all talk, no action.

Taylor Swift Women's March tweet
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And her message was too little, too late.

Taylor Swift Women's March tweet
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Interestingly enough, Kendall Jenner was also MIA from Saturday's protests; however, she didn't receive any Swift-level backlash.

i wish i could have been a part of this amazing history. beyond proud.

A photo posted by Kendall (@kendalljenner) on

Jenner's followers were more interested in spamming her comments for "like backs" than dragging the reality star. 

Loyal Swifties struggled to understand the intense hate toward Swift.

Taylor Swift Women's March tweet
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Taylor Swift Women's March tweet
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She can't seem to do *anything* without being called a "fake" feminist.

Taylor Swift Women's March tweets
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Some fans went ahead and thanked Swift for using her platform for a good cause.

Taylor Swift Women's March tweet
photo: Twitter
Taylor Swift women's march tweets
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But at the end of the day, actions speak louder than words.

Taylor Swift Women's March tweet
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And Swift's followers want her to do better.

Taylor Swift Women's March tweet
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