Nasty women fought back. Hundreds of thousands of women across the world rallied Saturday to stand up not just against Donald Trump but for women's rights. At the Women's March on Washington, nasty women signs celebrated all the nasty women out there, from Hillary Clinton to Michelle Obama to themselves and to you.
Honoring nasty women was a subtle theme of parts of the protest. At a rally before the march itself, Ashley Judd took the stage to recite a poem written by Nina Donovan to celebrate all the nasty women in the world. “Our pussies ain’t for grabbing," Judd read. "They're for reminding you that our walls are stronger than America's ever will be. Our pussies are for our pleasure, they are for birthing new generations of filthy, vulgar, nasty, proud, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Sikh, new generations of nasty women."
If you're a nasty woman and want to take a look at how your fellow nasty gals represented at the Women's March, you're probably going to be quite pleased. Photos of signs from the march picture young girls, there's elderly women, and everyone in between holding clever signs that make an important point.
The future is nasty. Cheers to that.
Changing The World
Not Giving Up
They Love 'Em
Head Nasty Woman
They Come In Wreath Form, Too
Little girl perched on her father's shoulders at Women's March On London "I will grow up to be a nasty woman" ✊🏻 pic.twitter.com/Q2ojFEBElG— Siobhan Fenton (@SiobhanFenton) January 21, 2017
Oh, That's Nasty
Hell Yeah It Is
They Fight Back
Nasty Women Against Facism
Make Some Noise
Interactive Mount Nasty
If you're inspired, make your own nasty woman sign. Put it in your car window or hang it outside your apartment. The world needs to know we're nasty all year-round.