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Love Is Love

An important reminder from the nation's capital that love is stronger than hate.

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No, It's Not Just "That Time of the Month"

The women's march didn't happen because hormonal women were PMS-ing (although, FYI, some of these period symptoms could signal a serious problem all their own), it was about showing the world that women are a force to be reckoned with. Safe to say, mission accomplished.

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The Future Is Fierce

So many signs to love in this photo—from the defiant "no!" in the left-hand corner to the "the time is always right to do what's right," in the center. One thing is for sure: these girls are our future, and the future looks badass.

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Take Up Space

Why shrink when you can shine? This woman opted to push for equality in spatial terms. As her sign so eloquently puts, it's not women's job to stay small. So go big, get loud, and stay that way.

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Girl Talk

Orange is the New Black star Taylor Schilling held a sign that looks inspired by Beyonce's 2014 album and states a fact as vital as the both of them: equal rights first, fun second.

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