10 Powerful Women's Strike Sign Ideas To Make A Point On "A Day Without A Woman"

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Time to sharpen your pencils and your wit. The "Day Without A Woman" strike is March 8, which calls for some . As Trump proves time and time again on Twitter, you can say a lot in just a few words. If you’re looking to fight falsehoods with facts, funnies, or another choice "f" word, I’ve got a few protest sign ideas for you.

First things first, how can you participate in the Women’s Strike? Refrain from paid and unpaid work. Avoid shopping, except for at women- and minority-owned small businesses. Wear red in solidarity. You can check out the on the Women’s March website for more details. If you are looking to show off your strike sign in a more public venue, there will be happening in cities across the country. As the strike intentionally coincides with International Women’s Day, you can also near you. , but it requires people to show up with something to say.

So, whether you’ll be participating in a protest or you just need a clever out-of-office email message, here are 10 ideas that’ll drive home exactly what the Women’s Strike is all about.

1. Quote Your Favorite Feminist

Or quote your favorite feminist quoting another one of your favorite feminists. If you need some idea starters, here are some

2. Put a Face to the Numbers

Empathy is to help reduce prejudice. Show the Trump administration who they are hurting when they talking about defunding Planned Parenthood.

3. Speak Your Truth. Whatever That May Be.

Take a note from this tiny feminist and tell the world how you really feel. Jenny Sowry, mother of the , told Buzzfeed, her 22-month-old daughter "obviously had something to say and she did it herself."

4. "This is The Future That Liberals Want"

A recent tweet from a far-right account backfired when it shared a photo of a drag queen sitting next to a woman in a hijab and a niqab with the caption "" In a word: duh. Slap that caption on a protest sign and the point will make itself.

5. Make It Personal With #IStrikeFor

Whether it's equal pay, LGBTQ rights, disability advocacy, gender justice, or all of the above, share who and what motivates you to strike. Check out on Twitter to see why other people are participating in "A Day Without A Woman."

6. Show Support for Your LGBTQ Family

We can all learn from with her protest sign at a trans rights rally. People who are transgender and gender nonconforming experience an amplified amount of discrimination and prejudice. Use March 8 to show your continued .

7. Hit 'em with Some Facts

Actual, reality-based facts. Not .

8. Remember that Gender Equality is Intersectional

You can also check out these from the Women’s March to share on your social channels.

9. Say You Won't Repeat The Past

You can also harken to the with a "First They Came" poster, but tell them ""

10. Work Out Your Feels

Use that. March 8 is another opportunity to resist, to remember that this is not normal, and to remind yourself that you are not alone in this fight.