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Thousands of people gathered in cities across the United States, before taking to the streets for Saturday’s third annual Women’s March, and the signs many people held displayed humor and candor to the march.
Many of the signs made reference to the march’s call for social justice and reproductive rights, urging others to vote or fight against bigotry. Some used pop culture references to make their points, from a reference to Marie Kondo (“Trump doesn’t spark joy”) to Netflix’s popular film, Birdbox.
Other signs had, well, not very flattering images of President Donald Trump. One particularly artistic sign featured a wispy-haired Trump clutching a rake, as trees behind him were swathed in flames. Another featured Trump with a Pinocchio-like nose.
Many also donned costumes during the march; a group of robed Ruth Bader Ginsburgs made their way through New York City, while a few different Lady Liberty-costumed women walked through the crowds in San Francisco.
Here’s a look at some of the more outstanding signs and costumes from San Francisco and beyond.
This post was originally posted at https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Womens-March-signs-memorable-funny-San-Francisco-13547291.php.