Friday may have belonged to Trump, or so he thought, but Saturday women showed him how to have a REAL parade. One that was both peaceful and well attended. In fact, attendance exceeded all expectations in every city where the event was held.
Here are a few photos I found on the web that were not vulgar, but humorous (or to the point).
They came in droves. They were both genders, all races, all nationalities, all religions (and non-religions). They came for various reasons from protecting their reproductive rights, to their fear of the wall, to their fear of being sent back to a land that would persecute them, to their fight for gender identity, to their fight for gay rights, including marriage, to their love of this country, to support for Planned Parenthood, to their dislike of racism, bigotry, misogyny, and hatred, to their fear of nuclear war, to their education rights, to their desire to show that all people are loved, and to their dislike of our new president. Most of all, they donned their "pussycat"
eared pink caps and demonstrated peacefully in Washington DC, NYC, San Diego, Austin, Chicago, London, Toronto, and Melbourne, as well as smaller U.S. cities like Portland, OR and even my small city Wichita, KS. They showed what was possible when many voices stand together. This is human rights at its best.
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