It's time to start a slow clap for the men who came out to cities across the world during the Women's March on Saturday, Jan. 21. Male celebrities were at the Women's March in full force, supporting their wives, girlfriends, sisters, friends, and even perfect strangers in the fight for equality. It was a totally awesome move in solidarity and show of strength. What these male celebrities proved is that just because it was called the Women's March did not mean it was only for women, nor did women hate men and wish them to not march alongside them. Can I get a "heck yes"?
From London to Washington, New Orleans to Los Angeles, male celebrities currently working in film, music, television, and occasionally politics took to the streets and showed the support for women. While the Women's March worked to advance feminist ideologies further into the mainstream, these men worked to advance the radical notion that men can be feminists, too.
Take note, guys. You're no less of a man for supporting women. These celebs, including Ian McKellen, Misha Collins, and Jake Gyllenhaal, are here to show you exactly that. These may be uncertain times but there's not reason to be afraid; these men and their impetus to march is proof of that.
The "Classic Man" singer joined Janelle Monáe in Washington D.C.
McKellen marched for equal rights in London.
Rogen went rogue, marching in New Orleans rather than L.A. or Park City.
The most bae Rogue One cast member made his voice heard in London.
Miranda didn't throw away his shot to stand up for women in London.
Gyllenhaal was out there in these streets for the women of the world. Heck yes.
While his wife was in Washington, Legend marched with friends in Park City.
Of course, Ron Swanson braved the cold for women's right. Of. Course.
The comedian and TV host joined his wife in Park City, Utah's march.
Women's march LA here we come! pic.twitter.com/p9333fM25u— conrad ricamora (@conradricamora) January 21, 2017
The How To Get Away With Murder star joined his friends in L.A.
The British pop star was right along side his fans on Saturday.
How cute is this? The Once Upon A Time hero accompanied his family to the London march.
Near the parade route, speaking to 20,000 protesters! Demonstrators outnumber pro-Trump crowd by a huge margin. pic.twitter.com/CUtQTvSNQj— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) January 20, 2017
The activist and documentarian gave a rousing speech in Washington, D.C.
The Supernatural star advocated for nasty women. Yeah!
Sudeikis joined wife Olivia Wilde in the march for equality.
18-20. Arthur Darvill, Carlos Valdes, & Keiynan Lonsdale
The stars of CW smash hit shows Legends of Tomorrow & The Flash marched.