A year on from the defiant and worldwide Women's Marches of 2017, hundreds of thousands of people came together around the globe this weekend to protest together for women's rights.
As always, photos and videos from the various marches show a wealth of clever and inspiring homemade protest signs bobbing around in the crowds.
From witty pop culture references to heartfelt messages that will leave a lump in your throat, here are 15 of the best signs we spotted at this year's women's march.
Young or old, these women wanted to get their message across
— Teri Mach Ryan (@tweeteritweet) January 21, 2018
— louie !! -72 (@cutiedimpIes) January 22, 2018
— Molly Knight (@molly_knight) January 20, 2018
And it wasn't just humans who joined in
— Khushboo Soni (@Khushboo_) January 22, 2018
— Leanne Talley (@talley_leanne) January 20, 2018
Bad weather didn't stop marchers, including this brave group in Alaska
— Remove Trump Now (@KaniJJackson) January 21, 2018
Plenty of men showed up to represent the women in their life
— zak (@ZakTheVillain) January 21, 2018
But the crowds were dominated by determined and motivated women
— Duty To Warn (@duty2warn) January 21, 2018
Yep. That's right. First, I marched. Now I'm running for Attorney General. And this young leader is signing up as a campaign intern. #WomensMarch2018 #WomenLead #PHXWomensMarch pic.twitter.com/xXw2LH3IKb
— January Contreras (@JanuaryAZ) January 22, 2018
— camila (@camilaxsogo) January 20, 2018
Of course, it wouldn't be a 21st century protest without some tongue in cheek pop culture references
— say_ouate (@Say_Ouate) January 22, 2018
From re-written lyrics...
— Carl Woodward (@mrCarlWoodward) January 21, 2018
To TV programmes and books
— Michael Adelman (@michaeladelman) January 20, 2018
My absolute favorite #womensmarch2018 sign!!! (My daughter's too) #TheResistance #TheResistanceVOTES #BlueWave #BlueWave2018 #BlueTsunami #BlueTsunami2018 #FlipItBlue #FlipItBlue2018 #25thAmendmentNow #TrumpShutdown pic.twitter.com/QTyjsUKNMJ
— Faith & Mom Cardillo (@DonnaCardillo11) January 22, 2018
— Mary K. Bingler (@MaryKBingler) January 20, 2018