'Never Fuck a Republican': Our Favorite Protest Signs from the Women's March on Washington

After spending all day Friday surrounded by people celebrating the inauguration of Donald Trump, nothing was more needed (by the Jezebel staff included) than today’s Women’s March on Washington. The marchers were thoughtful, their spirits were high, and it was just the right balm to soothe our broken (now mended)…

Women's Marchers Drove the 'Trump Unity Bridge' Out of Town

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Whether it was a counter-protest or just bad timing is unclear, but in either case, the “Trump Unity Bridge,” a makeshift parade float carrying Trump supporters, towed behind a Suburban with “Congressional Guest” and “Governor Guest” signs on the dashboard, was not welcome at the Women’s March on…

'Pre-Born Women Are Underrepresented': Talking to the Anti-Abortion Women's Marchers 

WASHINGTON, DC—“Shit, shit, shit,” Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life, muttered into her phone. Hawkins was standing in front of the Supreme Court corralling a group of 30 anti-abortion activists. Almost all of the activists were young women—only a few men and one MAGA hat—gathered to make their voices…

Did You Hear? The Women's March on Washington Is for Everyone But Jonathan Chait

The Women’s March on Washington, to be held the day after Trump’s inauguration, will be the largest and loudest national protest. I’ll be there, joining a mass of humanity united in opposition to everything Donald Trump stands for. New York magazine’s Jonathan Chait, who never met a women’s issue he couldn’t make…

Men Might Be Wary of Publicly Supporting Women's Rights Issues for Fear of Looking Unmasculine

Over 150,000 people are expected to attend the Women’s March on Washington on Inauguration Weekend (and more will attend solidarity marches around the country), but—despite organizers’ repeated insistence that the march is for anyone wanting to show support for the rights of women and other marginalized groups—men…

Anti-Abortion Groups To 'Infiltrate' Women's March on Washington By Attending It Like Everybody Else 

The Women’s March on Washington, planned for January 21, is expected to be massive, the single largest anti-Trump protest of Inauguration Weekend. Anti-abortion groups are loudly pouting that the march is supported by pro-choice groups like Planned Parenthood, and so they plan to “infiltrate” it. They’re going to do…

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