Their efforts ranged from exemplary—what did we do to deserve you, America Ferrera? Rihanna put on a pink tutu and dabbed outside of Trump Tower.Ashley Judd put on an uncomfortable accent and did her best spoken word routine.Let’s put it this way: Josh Kushner attended the Women’s March, but Karlie Kloss didn’t.

Celebrities who exercise their political muscles walk a fine line between helpful advocacy and self-serving opportunism.

As a collective, they occupy the same uncomfortable space as, say, men at the Women’s March.

As a pretty white girl who has written songs that rely heavily on fiddles, Swift undoubtedly counts a healthy handful of Trump supports among her fan base.

In fact, the so-called alt-right has crowned Swift as the Aryan prom queen of their burgeoning neo-Nazi movement.

If I learned anything from Trump’s inauguration and the subsequent Women’s March, it’s that Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston belong together.

While hordes of women descended on Washington in pink knit hats and righteous indignation, sparking emotions from hope to confusion to mild annoyance, celebrities attempted to do their part.

The Daily Stormer—deemed a “neo-Nazi website” by The Southern Poverty Law Center—has published articles like “Taylor Swift, Avatar of European Imperialism,” “Aryan Goddess Taylor Swift: Nazi Avatar of the White European People,” and “Aryan Goddess Taylor Swift accused of Racism for Behaving Like an Ape in a Music Video.” Andrew Anglin, the site’s white supremacist founder, explained that, “Taylor Swift is a pure Aryan goddess, like something out of classical Greek poetry.” She was his queen, and God help anyone that dared to disrespect his queen.

Most celebrities would be infuriated by the insinuation that they were the Eva Braun to a virtual community of racist egg avatars and Pepe’s—especially if they’d been accused of racial insensitivity in the past.

But in terms of candidates, it was impossible to deduce if she’d voted for Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, or Jill freaking Stein.

Asking why Taylor Swift isn’t publicly political is like asking if Meryl Streep is appropriately rated, or if Calvin Harris is sad.

But Taylor Swift has always valued apoliticism, even to a fault.