Over a million men, women and children participated in the biggest Inaugural protest march to date this weekend following the inauguration of President Donald Trump. While the official Women's March took place in Washington D.C., many other marches took place across the nation and over the world. Many marched for women's reproductive rights, equal pay, LGBTQ rights, civil rights but most importantly, everyone marched against misogyny, racism, sexism and xenophobia. Here are our top 10 signs from the Women's Marches all over the world.
10. Same Girl, Same
Even Lady Liberty is appalled by the platform Donald Trump ran on.
9. How Punny
Everyone loves a good pun and this one is pretty punny, if I say so myself :)
8. It Only Makes Sense
After the release of the infamous #TrumpTapes, many people were befuddled at the fact someone who admitted to sexual assault could not only run for office but be elected president!
7. Who Run Trump Tower? This Woman
One of the more personal signs from the hundreds of Women's marches this weekend embodies girl power. This woman is taking back all the power Trump thought he had and showing people that women run the world.
6. Honestly, Truly
The simplicity but relevancy of this sign is undoubtedly all of us right now.
5. S.O.S.: Please Someone Save Her
From the countless memes created over inauguration weekend, many are skeptical if First Lady Melania Trump truly wants to be by her husband's side. Get out while you can girl!
One of my favorite meltdowns in reality TV history is Tyra's scolding on America's Next Top Model. This sign gets brownie points just for the legendary pop culture reference.
3. Same Here Lil' Homie
Nothing is more inspiring than kids being involved in shaping their future. This little guy effortlessly related to all of us on a spiritual level.
2. In Case You Missed It...
Just a reminder, Black women did our part in not electing Trump. While it's nice that white women and other female minorities were marching this weekend, let's not forget who is widely responsible for Trump's election.
1. Can I Get An Amen?
This is by far the most compelling sign we've seen over the weekend. While it is important to fight for women's rights, LGBTQ rights and equal rights for all, we need to also fight for civil rights for Black lives. Too many times black people have marched and fought for everyone else's rights but our own. If everyone could fight for everyone's rights, the world would be a much better place.
Inclusion, boo. Not exclusion.