Dogs Take to the Streets at the Second Annual Women’s March

Lori Ennis
by Lori Ennis
During the Second Annual Women’s March for the anniversary of Trump’s inauguration, dogs took to the street to add some bark to the conversation.

The second annual women’s march is a response to U.S. President Trump’s policies on equality and much of his agenda, and this weekend, women around the world, came out in mass numbers to show their opinions of the first year of the President’s term.

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According to the , these were the . But there are so many other great ones here:

— BestLife (@BestLifeOnline) January 22, 2018

“This pussy barks”

— ikran (@ikran) January 21, 2018

And while the women had much to say, turns out many of their faithful furry friends were eager to share their voices too, and featured some hilarious signs in the process!

“Even this dog knows no means no” @womensmarchlon

— ikran (@ikran) January 21, 2018

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Look at this lovely lady taking to the streets of Nashville!

— Molly Reynolds (@615moly) January 21, 2018

Like the true ‘bitches’ they were, they stood by women and men in large number, and some even wore some of the infamous pink ‘pussy hats’ so many wore last year in response to some of the President’s crude language and terms. Perhaps they were representing their feline friends in the process?

"I will pee on that wall…"

— Ann Marie Burke (@Amb5677) January 21, 2018

Even former Secretary of State John Kerry and his beloved pup Ben (named after Benjamin Franklin) came out to show their support for the movement.

JOHN KERRY joins the (with his dog).

— Sabrina Siddiqui (@SabrinaSiddiqui) January 21, 2017

Over 250 marches or demonstrations took place this year, and this march was the kickoff to an anniversary event in Las Vegas called Power to the Polls, an effort to register new voters to make social changes.

We're with her!

— uws indivisible 97 (@Indivisible97St) January 21, 2018

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