18 Punny Women's March Sign Ideas To Put You In A Good Mood At the Protest
If you're headed to D.C. on Jan. 21 to demonstrate against the presidential administration of Donald J. Trump, here's something to add to your list of preparations for the big day: Punny Women's March sign ideas. After all, there's no better way to impress your friends-in-protest than good old-fashioned wordplay — and honestly, we could all use something to laugh about right now.
Since Trump was elected president in November, the Women's March on Washington has grown from a single Facebook post into a demonstration with hundreds of thousands of anticipated attendees at the main event in D.C. and more than 600 sister marches taking place in cities worldwide. It's expected to be the largest protest taking place on inauguration weekend — possibly even bigger than the guest list for the inauguration itself.
If you're going, posters are a great way to get your point across with barely any effort. So grab your glitter markers and some poster board (but not a sign post, because those are prohibited from the rally) and get ready to show the world that Trump doesn't represent the whole of America. Not by a long shot.
We Shall Overcomb
Is making fun of Trump's combover a cheap shot? Maybe. Does anyone care? Nope.
Make America "___" Again
The possibilities to poke fun at Trump's campaign slogan, "make America great again," are endless. Make it feminist, safe, fabulous — the message is up to you.
Love Trumps Hate
At this point, "love Trumps hate" is a classic, and for good reason.
Feminist By Choice
The above image is a poster by the Guerilla Girls, a group of feminist activist artists formed in the '80s.
Grab Him By The Ballot
It's a throwback to better days, back before Trump was elected president.
Cut your poster into a stop sign shape, and you have the perfect visual pun.
In "__" We Trust
"In God we trust" is a perfect phrase to apply to different groups: Women, people of color, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities — you name it.
Keep Your Rosaries Off My Ovaries
Considering Trump's commitment to repealing Roe v. Wade, pro-choice sentiments should be loud and clear.