The best Women's March signs from around the world as feminists protest Donald Trump

Wit as well as outrage on display in 30 countries

Jon Sharman
Sunday 22 January 2017 11:27
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Thousands attend Women's March on London protest against Trump

"Pussy grabs back" was the message millions of demonstrators had for newly-inaugurated President Donald Trump during Women's Marches around the world.

Feminist marches took place in locations as far-flung as Antarctica on Saturday, with protesters declaring "girls just want to have fun-damental rights"

Mr Trump divisive campaign rhetoric, an attack on Fox News host Megyn Kelly and a recording of him boasting of famous men being able to grab women "by the pussy" all fed into the protests.

In some 700 marches around the world many people took the chance to display wit as well as outrage.

One woman's sign read, "We shall overcomb," while in Bangkok a poster said, "Our rights aren't up for grabs and neither are we". "Resistance is fertile," proclaimed a banner on show in Kolkata, India.

One young woman in Macau got Biblical with a sign that said, "I didn't come from your rib—you came from my vagina". The slogan "I love naps but I'm still woke" was also spotted.

The anti-Trump protesters are preparing to march on board an expedition ship in the Antarctic

Some 500,000 people took to the streets of Washington DC and the total reportedly was as high as 2.5 globally.

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