Women's March, 2018

It’s odd that large scale protests like the Woman’s March have become so mainstream. Sadly, I think they are more useful as cathartic exercises than as sources of political change, but I still think it is important to take part. When Hannah asked me if I wanted to join her and a few friends, I said yes right away.

Last year I was stuck at home without a visa, and could not attend. I’m happy I was there today, showing that I care.

We started out at Sightglass. We made signs there. The cashier lent us his switchblade to cut the foam boards in half, and I got some really strange looks when I went to the register to return it.

This was the crew.

We checked out the rally at the plaza before the march. There were lots of good signs.

I almost didn’t post this one because of the misspelling.

There were a lot of drawings of uteruses (uteri?).

He said he got some weird looks as he was holding the sign for her.

"There’s a lot going on in this one." - Hannah

I’m sad this one is not focused right. Still too good not to post.

There were several helicopters flying over us. This was a lucky shot.

Too real.

Yes, that’s a lunch tray.

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