"If My Uterus Shot Bullets, It'd Be Less Regulated," And 22 Other Women's March Signs That Speak For Themselves
"I demand separation between my vagina and state."
The museum also obscured the words "pussy" and vagina" in protest signs.
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Focusing solely on Ukraine, they say, “risks portraying that Congress is more concerned about Joe Biden's son than about the children who are being detained and separated from their parents.”
They used paint, glitter and puns to call for an end to violence against women.
The rallies — which took place in several cities worldwide — drew smaller crowds than they have in years past.
The organization that runs the national march, which was a celebrated cause when it launched in 2017, has faced charges of anti-Semitism.
Explaining the decision, organizers said they had been "lacking representation from several perspectives in our community."
As Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg grapples with an ongoing parade of company scandals, the women’s movement she started is stagnant.
“It’s like me and a bunch of middle-aged retired ladies,” Natalie Marquez, a 20-year-old Beto ambassador from Brownsville, said. “Well, and a few very brave men.”
“There has never been a true, intentionally intersectional feminist movement. And the reason it hasn’t happened is precisely because of the controversy we’re in right now,” Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour told BuzzFeed News.
Opinion: Native women took the lead at Women's Marches across the country this month. Some say the result was "a theater of performative listening."
"Resisting bitch face."
Their signs, though.
From LA to Rome.
"I wanted to represent her reclaiming her voice, with the understanding that you don't have to give your self up to get what you want."
Anlass war der Jahrestag der weltweiten Women's Marches
„I have 99 problems and sexism is one“
The singer gave an emotional reading at today's Women's March in New York City.
We sent photographers to marches in Alabama, Indiana, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, and Nevada to find out what women there had to say.
"We’re sick of being seen as princesses."
This is so awkward yet so symbolic of the whole damn protest.
"No sign is big enough to list all the reasons why I'm here."
"We don’t always agree with each other, but as women we know that we have to make sure that all of the things we fought for don’t move."
BuzzFeed News reported from demonstrations in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, and elsewhere.
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Hollywood reminded the country that black actors are still black people — and they don't make for good victims.
The organizers are featured on the December issue of Glamour. But the women say they can’t find the magazine on newsstands, casting that as an opportunity for it to be more widely available. Condé Nast says the issue was sent directly to subscribers.
Zeynep Tufekci, author of Twitter and Tear Gas: The Power and Fragility of Networked Protest talks about how social media has shaped modern protest movements, censorship and surveillance—plus whether Mark Zuckerberg should run for office, and why activists always hang out at McDonalds.
"I love naps but I stay woke." From The Little Book of Little Activists.
I see you, Margaret Atwood cameo.
International Women's Day "is finally being observed with much more than a commemorative image on Google’s search page," wrote one CEO.
Video showed the lights out Tuesday night at the iconic Lady Liberty, and initially, people wondered if it was related to a political protest.
More than 300 teachers at a school district in Virginia requested days off for the strike this Wednesday. Update: A third school district in Maryland has closed.
After putting millions of people in the streets in January, organizers of the Women’s March are testing the movement’s ability to pull off a national strike.
The group is currently organizing “A Day Without a Woman," on March 8 — International Women's Day.
A cadre of groups, including Bernie Sanders' Our Revolution, are trying to repeat the large-scale protest momentum of the Women's March.
“We’re hoping that social media can continue to help us move people, policy, and energy."
There's nothing sexier than active resistance.
TTYL GOTTA PEE.
So how big was the Women's March actually?
There’s a growing divide among Democrats between those who want to push the party further to the left and challenge establishment members and those who want to work with Republicans to keep government moving where they can.
We want to see your signs!
The demonstrations in the U.S. have been blessed with some solid sass.
Under Trump, anti-abortion activism has never been stronger — but the tenets of a full pro-life movement are under siege.
“You can call yourself pro-life as much as you want,” one March For Life attendee said, “but if you are keeping refugees out while bombing their countries, if you are sexually assaulting women and … bragging about it, it’s not enough.”
"If you give people bad food, then you shouldn't be running the restaurant."
This is the first statement from Sandberg about Trump's policies since the election.
"I will piss on your wall."
The Feds’ eyes in the skies buzzed around the inauguration, but not the Women’s March. BuzzFeed News watched last weekend’s aerial surveillance over the nation’s capital and other major cities.
Some kids have doll weddings, but Rose Redfern had a doll protest.
Nebraska state senator Bill Kintner was fined last year for using a state computer to have cybersex with a woman.
The song is a direct remake of a Japanese song from the '70s that was criticized for sexism during the height of Japan's women's movement.
Chins up, fangs out.
Facebook is a wild place.
“There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.” —Elie Wiesel
"¿Me estás oyendo inútil?"
"We have to never stop believing. We have to never give up. We are living proof that we are stronger together."
"These despicable attacks on [Linda Sarsour] simply demonstrate that she's got people shook."
"Ninety, nasty, and not giving up!"
This march’s success was made possible by the labour of generations of protesting black bodies.
Further proof that women are way funnier than men.
Some people are calling the gesture a "fine example," while others feel it's a fine example of "white privilege."
John Legend says the newly minted POTUS could understand "what the struggle for equality has been over the years..."
"If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention."
Nick Offerman, Nasty Girl.
Yes, it cost $4,000 though.
You know what you need to start a wide-scale movement? Organization.
“I’m excited to see what happens once I send them my music," the writer told BuzzFeed News. "I really just want people to use it to get what they need to heal right now."
Women around the world were supported by male allies who marched in solidarity alongside them.
"I don't always know what she's saying, but she always speaks her mind," the girl's mom told BuzzFeed News.
"You do not get to pick and choose when feminism benefits you."
Maybe someone's looking for you?
"Hear them roar."
BuzzFeed News interviewed marchers under 21 and over 50 about the equal rights fight in Trump’s new America. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators came from all over the country to Washington, DC, for the Women’s March on Saturday.
"Watched protests yesterday but was under the impression that we just had an election," Trump tweeted.
Tens of thousands of people filled the streets of San Francisco in protest against President Donald Trump.
"Bisexuals are just confused by your ignorance."
Despite being removed from official Women’s March lists, anti-abortion groups turned out anyway.
"Here's a wall for you."
"A woman is somebody not some body."
"No te metas con mi CUCU"
"It's in our hands to create the future we want. It's not just going to happen on its own. That's why we're here."
"A picture of change."
The most bromantic sign of the day.
Not all heroines wear capes.
"I marched for Civil Rights. I marched against the war. Now I march for my kids."
"Damn right, we're snowflakes. Winter is coming."
Dozens of celebrities worldwide joined marches held alongside the Women's March on Washington.
The son of Donald Trump's national security adviser mocked the Women's March on Twitter.
Die Märsche finden heute aus Solidarität mit dem Women's March in Washington statt.
Marches were held worldwide in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington on Saturday.
BuzzFeed News reported from the marches in Washington and elsewhere.
The first of more than 600 Women's Marches kicked off on Friday, when thousands of women took to the streets in Brussels, Tokyo and Osaka. Thousands more joined them in Sydney, Australia and Seoul, South Korea early Saturday.
A coalition of groups representing Latinas will announce their plans to join Saturday's march, where they say they fight for certain policies like closing the Latina pay gap.