9 of the Cleverest Protest Signs From the Jan 21 Women’s March

By  - 3 years ago


Women and men from around the world joined Washington City last Saturday, January 21, to rise up against President Trump’s allegedly sexist proposed policies and misogynistic tendencies.

These 10 clever protest signs from the Women’s March prove that men and women can work hand in hand opposing the patriarchy and that they’re not going down without a fight.

9.  “I spent 9 months in the womb and all I got was this lousy patriarchy.”

Fashion blogger Susie Lau is forty weeks pregnant and slaying it.

8. Girls just wanna have fundamental rights. YASSS!

rg @carlottiica ✨ so touched and inspired by everyone on the streets today 💦today is just a warm up💪

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Photographer and Gucci muse Petra F. Collins rightly proclaims that the March was just the beginning of grabbing back. Preach.

7. Climate change is real!

I’m pissed!!!!! Women’s rights are human rights ya dingus!!!! #fucktrump

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Artist Chloe Wise makes a literal fashion statement.

6. Choose your weapon.

@womensmarch ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 📸 by @brennankilbane

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Beauty Blog intothegloss.com rallies its followers to use femininity as a weapon.

5. In diversity, there is strength.

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Designer Rachel Comey posts a poignant statement about difference.


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Black Crane designer Momo Suzuki snapped this powerful proclamation.

3. Same, kid. Same.

SAME YO @travon #womensmarch

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Stay woke, kids.

 2. Men of quality support gender equality!

💪🏼👩🏻👩🏽👩🏼💪🏼 #womensmarch

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Because it shouldn’t be a competition.

1. YES.

We marched in NY and LA today — for women, for everyone. ❤️💙❤️ (Amazing sign by @dreamcollectivestudio)

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Feminism doesn’t discriminate: it’s for everyone!

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