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Our Favorite Instagrams from the Women’s March on Washington (and Around the World)

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These ladies got in formation.

A "counter-inauguration"--that's how the New York Times is describing the Women's March on Washington. The protest, which has spilled out of the U.S. capital to cities around the world, has gathered women and feminists to speak out against what they consider hateful and demeaning rhetoric from President Donald Trump. Many of the speakers, from actress American Ferrara to feminist Gloria Steinem, are expected to highlight issues of race, gender, immigration, and LGBTQ identity during the march in D.C.

Estimates on Washington attendees vary from 200,000 to almost a half-million people. Many of the protesters are distinguishable from their pink beanies, also called "pussyhats," a transgressive call back to leaked tape during Trump's campaign where he talked about grabbing women "by the pussy."

Below, see some of our favorite Instagrams from the march in Washington and around the world.

We can't believe it, either.


A photo posted by Stella McCartney (@stellamccartney) on

ALL the Carrie Fisher/Princess Leia tributes


A photo posted by Gwen Leasure (@gweniegwen21) on

Not to mention the queer allies supporting women's rights.

Stand with history #womensmarch #imarch

A photo posted by Shelby Moran (@shelbymmoran) on

This cheeky nod to the Cyndi Lauper favorite.

Yeah, baby #womensmarch #philadelphia

A photo posted by Laurie Ayler (@tubicinator) on

And we're living for all the support for other causes of race and immigration.

Look at that nasty scowl! #womensmarch #womensmarchphilly

A photo posted by Cindy G (@cindy.j.go) on

People around the world are protesting Donald Trump's presidency. In the UK, protestors hung banners from bridges across the country to "show solidarity" with anti-Trump protestors in the US. A group of about 40 protestors gathered Friday on Tower Bridge to unfurl a banner that read, "Build Bridges, Not Walls." The slogan was a response to Trump's pledge to build a wall between Mexico and the US when to stop illegal immigration. A speed boat with the slogan also rode down the Thames. @Regrann from @businessinsideruk #bridgesnotwalls #nowalls #climatechange #actnow #climateaction #globalwarming #london #towerbridge #trump #notmypresident #donaldtrump #inauguration #thanksobama #obamafarewell #talkbernietome #berniesanders #politics #obama #bernie2020 #Mexico #undocumented #undocumentedandunafraid #immigration #NoDAPL #nopipelines #NoPlanetB #keepitintheground #environment #motherearth

A photo posted by Dan Fortner (@talk_bernie_to_me) on

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