11 Creative Women's Strike Sign Ideas

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As you are likely aware by now, the organizers behind the Jan. 21 Women's March have organized a global strike on Mar. 8, International Women's Day, called A Day Without A Woman. The strike encourages women (who may be able to take the day off work) to devote the day to marching, protesting, boycotting, and taking the time to take a stand against misogyny — in the workplace, in politics, and in society. The success of the Women's March helped to inspire this next movement. On their Instagram page, they explain:

Now, as we stride into Women's History Month (which takes place all throughout March), it's the perfect time to build back some of that momentum from the march. And no better time than on International Women's Day, to bring together working women of the world. The day is being dubbed A Day Without A Woman, to help give women a platform to be heard and supported by their communities.

If you plan on protesting for the strike, there's no better time than now to put together signs that you can carry around at rallies. So, gather your troops, your girls, and your allies, and whip out those colored pencils: It's time again to stand for women's rights, as human rights, regardless of ethnicity, religion, sexual identity, gender expression, economic status, age or disability.

If you plan on participating in the strike but need some inspiration for signage, here are some ideas you might want to consider:


As far as signs go for political marches, this is so, so cute.

Be Upfront With Your Feelings

Just say how you feel.

Change What You Can't Accept

Rise up, make changes!

Not For Grabs

Keep the grab puns rolling, they're evocative and eye-catching.

This Is Everything

Thanks Mark Ruffalo.

Not Asking For A Lot

Just the fundamentals, that's all.

Smash The Glass Ceiling!

This is so clever and powerful!

Lady Liberty

This stage note-themed sign is both funny and real.

Straight To The Point

Girl power like we've never seen it before.

When In Doubt

Go Beyoncé.

Still Relevant

Hillary Clinton's ace burn to Trump.

Face Palm In Every Color

Honestly, this is my favorite sign. It's beyond words and we can all relate.