In the hours preceding the demonstration and march, flurries of pink pussy-hats and vibrant signs clogged the city’s subway system and flooded the National Mall. Painted and printed posters denounced the newly-inaugurated president and echoed the messages of female empowerment and equality that punctuated the 2016 presidential election.
From the artistic…
To the comical…
To the downright honest…
Women’s March attendees expressed their sentiments toward the president in a variety of ways.
My wife and friends went to the march and I'll I got was this awesome photo texted to me pic.twitter.com/OPHhQliJju
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 21, 2017
Honestly, I believe it.
We couldn’t have crafted it better ourselves.