More than 100 people—mostly women—gathered outside of Trump Tower in midtown before last night's final presidential debate to voice their passionate opposition to both Donald Trump's candidacy and to his pathological sexism.

According to organizer Karen Fratti, the protest, dubbed "Pussy Power at Trump Tower," was organized by four women over drinks and is unrelated to the #GOPHandsOffMe protests that have taken place outside the building twice since October 12th.

The crowd, made up of women of all ages (and a dozen or so men), included women dressed as a human wall, a woman in a Trump costume who mimed attacking the protesters before running away, and a woman dressed as a giant vulva. For some, the protest was as much about supporting Hillary Clinton as it was about denouncing Trump. And many women brought their children to the rally in an effort to teach them that sexual assault and hate speech should always be condemned.

"I am so thrilled, overjoyed, excited to vote for Hillary," Jennifer Hughes, 42, told Gothamist. Hughes and her 13-year-old daughter Vivian had come to the protest from Jersey City.

"Obviously you don't necessarily want to take your 13-year-old to a protest about pussies, but if that's what it takes to raise awareness about sexual assault, that's what I'll do," Hughes said.

"Any boy at my school would get suspended for saying those things," Vivian added. "They'd get in more trouble than Trump did."

Rachel Klein and her 34-year-old daughter Raisa Rexer, both from Brooklyn, were at the protest with Rexer's 5-year-old and 18-month-old sons.

"I'm excited to build some momentum for Hillary. I'm excited to have a female president!" Rexer exclaimed. "This is amazing, all the women who are here. Not only is Trump not fit to be a politician, but he's a groper. When I heard about the tapes, I wasn't shocked; he's racist, a horrible businessman, an idiot. This isn't the only thing I'm mad about."

Dawn Babbush brought her two children and four of their classmates from the School of Arts & Letters in Fort Greene to the protest. Throughout the rally, Babbush divided her time between chanting—"Racist, sexist, anti-gay, Donald Trump, go away!"—and making sure the children didn't wander off. The kids were carrying signs that read "Pussy Power!" and "I'm just finding my voice. Don't silence me with your misogyny" and asked Babbush if they could march one more time before returning home.

"We can't just tell children that things are wrong in the world and then not connect them with the means to express their thoughts and feelings," Babbush later said in an email. "We must connect them with opportunities and empower them to have their voices heard."

Even though the attendees were horrified by Trump's words and actions, few were surprised—but many found their lack of surprise especially troubling.

"I was young in the '80s in New York City," Jennie Driesen, 51, said. "I saw all his scandals. I'm just glad someone shared this," she said of Trump's infamous hot mic tape that made pussy a part of public discourse. "I think a lot of people out there don't know the truth about him."

Pussy Power attracted a handful of pro-Trump counter-protesters: a 16-year-old boy from Brooklyn, a 70-year-old man from the Bronx, 31-year-old man of Syrian descent, a man from Staten Island who previously supported Bernie; and a resident of Trump Tower were among them.

"I see him in the elevator. I know his kids. I know a different man," a 56-year-old woman who gave her name as Elena said. "He is so nice with women—look at his daughter. I don't believe this whole accusation."

Less than two hours later, Trump called Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman" on national television during the final presidential debate.