As distasteful as I find the Clintons (and I really do), I can't get on board with #neverhillary, or with those who say that the two established parties are indistinguishable. Hillary will represent a continuation of the status quo with, possibly, a few concessions to progressivism, but Trump would be disastrous. And with the possibility of multiple Supreme Court nominations for the next president, the negative consequences of a Republican victory could persist for decades.
That said (and with full cognizance of how FPTP works), I'm not voting for her. If I lived in a swing state I would, grudgingly – but I live in one of the safest Democratic states that there is, and I'm not going to give her my vote if she clearly doesn't need it. The Democratic Party does indeed suffer from corruption and complacency, and by casting a protest vote for Jill Stein, I intend to show (in my small, individual way) that not everyone on the left is okay with how they do business. Not that I'm enamored of the Greens, either – I dislike their continued tolerance of medical pseudoscience and their hostility to nuclear power – but they're a token party, making the specifics of their candidacy somewhat irrelevant.
Exit the vampires' castle.