51 Of The Best Signs From The 2018 Women’s March


For the first time in a long time, I felt joy. Joy to be a part of something bigger than myself, and joy that in my lifetime I could March against: sexual harassment unfair pay gaps And on an even personal level, I marched against: Being told "Smile more, life's not that hard" Being cornered in an unoccupied office during my internship Being assaulted while getting off the red line, and living with a burden I'm still too scared to talk about. Being warned as I entered high school to not walk too close to the banisters in a skirt, because boys will look Being asked "where's my hug" A teacher, sending me an invite to an online dating site Groping Gawking And the list goes on… For the first time in a long time, it felt like what I was doing mattered. To other women harassed, and to my niece, whom I hope one day will live in an equal world.

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If only Trump’s arrest was developing… #womensmarch

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