March Like a Girl

January 22, 2017 - 2 minutes read

If any of you tried parking in downtown Boston yesterday, you would have been overwhelmed by the prospect of finding a parking spot. Whether your final destination was the women’s march or you had another pressing matter to attend to, the majority opted for parking away from the Common (you can thank us for some of those prime alternative parking options) or took the T. If you were one of 150,000 marching, we want to highlight some of our favorite signs (enjoy reminiscing the solidarity of such a powerful event). If you missed the opportunity, take a look at some of the highlights from the day.

Hollywood, we see your next blockbuster
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This future baby has a pretty awesome mom, if we say so ourselves.
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Girls do just wanna have fun, but we won’t sacrifice our rights.
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This guy was definitely one of the many inspired by the powerful women around him. Don’t make us angry, because we won’t stand down.
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This is one of my personal favorites. Just think, this probably was not her first march and it’s time our generation changed that.
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Standing among these women was definitely one for the books. Regardless of your political affiliation, everyone deserves the same rights and to deny this is no trivial matter. Stand besides your mothers, sisters, aunts, nieces, and friends. Fight for them and in turn, for the betterment of your society.

Credits to The Boston Globe for images.

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