The ladies are back in full force.
The second annual Women's March is kicking off across the country, with the #Resist movement pushing back against President Trump -- and pushing for female empowerment.
And you know what that means? Signs. Lots of signs. While Twitter flooded with some powerful and entertaining examples, TheWrap's own Phil Hornshaw put on his marching shoes and took to the streets of Los Angeles. Here are a few of the signs that stood out amongst the many.
On Twitter, these New York City rabble-rousers had an equestrian twist on President Trump's "very stable genius" comment.
— Justin Hendrix (@justinhendrix) January 20, 2018
These young ladies in Houston reminded everyone how desperately Harry Potter needed Hermione.
— Dianne ❄️⭕️HI⭕️❄️ (@Sloopyy) January 20, 2018
In D.C., these marchers made use of both sides of their construction paper. Very environmental-friendly.
— NARAL (@NARAL) January 20, 2018
This sign below speaks for itself...
— Indivisible TX-24 (@indivisibletx24) January 20, 2018
This Orange County marcher updated the Statue of Liberty's immigrant call to reflect the President's request for more "Norway."
— Kelly Puente (@KellyPuenteOC) January 20, 2018
If the Bible was written in 2018, surely this updated "golden rule" would've been in there.
— Barbara Malmet (@B52Malmet) January 20, 2018
President Trump is a bigger threat to school children than bears, this D.C. sign said.
— Laura Miller????????♀️ (@ms_lauramiller) January 20, 2018
Writer Anthony Breznican's wife combined Wonder Woman with the Pledge of Allegiance.
— Anthony Breznican (@Breznican) January 20, 2018
Somewhere, Cyndi Lauper is smiling at the "Girls just want to have fundamental rights" sign.
— KHOU 11 News Houston (@KHOU) January 20, 2018
And Schoolie's picture from LA pretty much sums up all the signs in one concise message.
— Schooley (@Rschooley) January 20, 2018