Unless you've been living in a bubble devoid of social media, you're probably well aware that huge numbers of people across the U.S. gathered Saturday to participate in the Women's March on Washington and protest Donald Trump's inauguration. And what's a massive, inspiration-packed protest without tons of empowering protest signs? The underlying message of the Women's March — respect, equality, and inclusivity for all — is super important, and even the most hilarious protest signs prove that things like strength, humor, and love overpower hate and intolerance any day. But I gotta say, these Hillary Clinton Women's March signs are some of my favorites.
Naturally, many who are unhappy with Trump as POTUS are even more upset because his win meant the loss of Hillary Clinton — who could have been the first woman president. Even though she's not going to be our leader for the next four years, many who were marching still found ways to show respect and continued support for Clinton. Her iconic feminist quote — "women's rights are human rights" — is short, sweet, and to-the-point, so naturally it has found its way onto many people's signs. And as if you needed more reason to feature her on your sign, Hillz has already tweeted her support of the Women's March.
Thanks for standing, speaking & marching for our values @womensmarch. Important as ever. I truly believe we're always Stronger Together.— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) January 21, 2017
Here are some of the very best Hillary Clinton signs at all the Women's Marches. If you need me, I'll be recreating these and hanging them all over my bedroom for inspo to get me through the next four years.
1The Only Superlative That Matters
This is actually making my heart melt RN.
2Stay Nasty, Ladies
In Bernie shirts and pins, with a Hillary poster. Dem peace, at least for today pic.twitter.com/zOgubcw8CJ— Greg Krieg (@GregJKrieg) January 21, 2017
Seriously, this is your time.
Bonus points for his kickass shirt.
4Women's Rights Are Human Rights
These words continue to resonate.
5Women Can Stop Trump
Clinton may not have won the election, but her political platform still continues to inspire.
6Nasty Women Unite
Today was all about women who are nasty and proud of it.
7The Future Is Nasty
This feminist take on Mount Rushmore is goals.
8I'm With Her
Bringing a cardboard cut-out of Hillary Clinton to a march? Genius.
9In Hillary's Own Words
No one says it better than she does.
10To All The Little Girls
No, you're crying.
11The People's President
It gets me, too.
12Hillary For President
I hear you, kid. Loud and clear.