33 of the Most Awesome Signs from the Global Women’s March (NSFW)

It started as a march on Washington… but by the end of the day Saturday, it was clear that the Women’s March had blossomed into a massive display of solidarity.

The demonstrations were spurred by the election of Donald Trump and the recent uptick in legislative attempts to limit women’s reproductive rights, but organizers made a point of stressing diversity and inclusion as well.

The event was a global phenomenon. An estimated 2.5 million people took to the streets in cities around the world, and they came with signs — colorful, clever, bold and beautiful signs. Check out some of the best ones below (viewer discretion advised):

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Location Unknown. (Via Instagram user @mervetzcn)


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Washington, D.C. (Via Instagram user @omurphyy)


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Washington, D.C. (Via Instagram user @afunkago)


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Cincinnati, Ohio (Via Instagram user @gypsy.frank)


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Location Unknown. (Via Instagram user @crystaljdrake)


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Austin, Texas. (Photo credit: The Higher Learning Staff)


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Boston, Massachusetts. (Via Instagram user @craftymadre)


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Cincinnati, Ohio. (Via Instagram user @ramcclure)


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Seattle, Washington. (Via Instagram user @sarahfromtoga)


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Location Unknown. (Via Instagram user @aliciarobinson1)


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Washington, D.C. (Via Instagram user @eagertees)


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Washington, D.C. (Via Instagram user @kittykaymakesew)


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Washington, D.C. (Via Instagram user @1974goods) *Note: Attendance for the march in Washington was actually closer to 500,000.*


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Location unknown. (Via instagram user @marilynmonrolex)


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Location Unknown. (Via Instagram user @woah_there)


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Los Angeles, California. (Via Instagram user @jjcienkus)


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Location Unknown. (Via Instagram user @kasandra_mariee)


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Location Unknown. (Via Instagram user @roscoesmama)


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Location Unknown. (Via Instagram user @livinglikemimi)


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Location Unknown. (Via Instagram user @gabby3shabby)


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New York, New York. (Via Instagram user @suzenpettit)


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Washington, D.C. (Via Instagram user @duckmeetsworld)


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Location Unknown. (Via Instagram user @alternativeactivists)


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Location Unknown. (Via Instagram user @akfunkago)


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Austin, Texas. (Via Instagram user @up.and.adam)


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melania

Location unknown. (Via Instagram user @thesinglemommanual)


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Location Unknown. (Via Instagram user @happyhappyreno)


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Washington, D.C. (Via Instagram user @shunn789)


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Austin, Texas. (Photo Credit: The Higher Learning Staff)


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Jerusalem City, Israel. (Via Instagram user @missmaxturk)


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Location Unknown. (Via Instagram user @withlovefxtima)


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Location unknown. (Via Instagram user @royal.robin)


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Austin, Texas. (Via Instagram user @missbua9)


There were more than 650 separate marches around the world, according to womensmarch.com. The website’s Mission Statement reads,

“We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families – recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.”

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