Best Protest Signs During Women’s March 2018


In its second year, Women’s March brought our men, women and the LGBTQ+ community to the streets, in what seems to be a stronger and bigger gathering of people who cannot stand the eye-rolling policies of the Trump administration.

Last year, Women’s March was a collective gesture of resistance against a government that promoted blatant sexism, misogyny, racism, Islamophobe and complete disregard for everything that America stands for.

This year, thousands of people from all over the country (and the world) marched the streets, screaming for the same – Equality.

Here are some of the best protest signs during the 2018 Women’s March.

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Srsly. IKEA is the best.

Voices #womensmarch

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A couple of kids joined in, too. #DaughterGoals

And of course, Eleven couldn’t miss out on all that fun.

YAS GIRL POWER 💪🏼 #regram 🔁 @pieraluisa #WomensMarch

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Me, too, TBH.

We’d vote for this lady:

• how about some fun rights, am i right? • #womensmarch

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This is all of us:

We’re also ready for another book. Should we call it “Hermione Granger and That Time She Saved Harry AGAIN”?

#womensmarch #hermione2020

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A little poetry never hurt anybody.

Poetry #womensmarch

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And finally, what we all really want:

#WomensMarch #Berlin #details #TheTruth #issamovement @Regranned from @washingtonpost – On Sunday, thousands of people took to the streets of European capitals, among them Berlin, Paris and London, as part of the global “Women’s March” movement. One day after large crowds attended protests across the United States and all over the world, including in Rome, Sydney and Buenos Aires, it was northern Europe’s turn. While those who marched rallied against a number of issues, they all appeared to share a common dislike for President Trump. The number of rally participants worldwide was lower than the millions who took to the streets a year ago, but the “resistance” against Trump still drew hundreds of thousands. Photo by David Hecker/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock – #streetfashion #editorialphotography #editorials #fashioneditorial #beautyeditorial #fashionphotography #streetstyle #highfashion #fashion #fashionblogger #fblogger #bblogger #fashionista #fashionista #fashiondiaries #fashionaddict #fashionjunkie #style #styleblogger #styleaddict #chic #runwayshow #girlgang #fashiongirl #styleguide #fashionist

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