Barbara Creed’s career has been courageous. She’s has stared down theoretical dogma with a light intellectual touch, but staunch political imperatives. Her most famous article, published in 1986, located “The Monstrous-Feminine”. I return to this essay and her resolute attention to abjection in screen culture, but alter her focus and platform. I interrogate The Handmaid’s Tale. Originally written by Margaret Atwood in 1985 amidst Reagan’s America, this narrative was refashioned and refocussed for Trump’s America. I summon Creed’s ‘monstrous-feminine’ and explore what happens when the pussy grabbers gain fascistic power.