Get Your Feminist Activist ON with These 150 Women's March Slogans

Published on by Lisa Gates.

After today's debacle-posing-as-inauguration, we hope you are participating in the Women’s March this Saturday, January 21. Whether you march in Washington DC, or Los Angeles, orAustin, we hope you activate your feminst activist bones.

Below you will find 150 slogans to choose from to help you rise up, take a stand, and make your voice heard (by way of our friends CV Harquail and Lex Schroeder at Feminists at Work and their friends Rhea Beddoe and her co-activists at Executive Women For Hillary).
 
We won’t equivocate about our politics (left, as in anti-Trump), or our fundamental and obvious stand that women’s rights are human rights.
 
As a mission-based business we believe it’s our imperative to take a stand. (From time to time, we have been lambasted for doing so. If it bothers your sensibility, press delete.) She Negotiates came into being on the “radical notion that women are people,” and that equal pay, and more broadly, women’s equality, is not only good for people, planet, and profit, but necessary if we humans are to have a future.
 
Yes, the future is female. As “half the sky” we will hold and nurture and protect the whole sky. We believe the future is female because, as succinctly said by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, “Bitches get shit done.”

 
Here's the incredibly positive and inclusive mission of the Women's March:

 

  • We stand together in solidarity for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families — recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.
  • In the spirit of democracy and honoring the champions of human rights, dignity, and justice who have come before us, we join in diversity to show our presence in numbers too great to ignore. We stand together, recognizing that defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us.
  • We support the advocacy and resistance movements that reflect our multiple and intersecting identities. We call on all defenders of human rights to join us. This march is the first step towards unifying our communities, grounded in new relationships, to create change from the grassroots level up. We work peacefully while recognizing there is no true peace without justice and equity for all.

 
Here are the 150 Slogans...pick your fave!  

 

  1. 50% of America. 100% nasty.
  2. A woman’s place is in the house and in the senate.
  3. Defender of human rights.
  4. Dignity, respect, and justice for all.
  5. The Future is Feminist.
  6. Diversity. Equality. Unity.
  7. Equality for all.
  8. Feminists aren’t anti-men. We’re pro-human.
  9. Feminism is the radical notion that women are people.
  10. Girls just want to have FUNdamental human rights.
  11. I’m a feminist. What’s your superpower?
  12. If you can’t trust me with choice, how can you trust me with a child?
  13. If you cut off my reproductive choice can I cut off yours?
  14. Just try dismissing half the planet.
  15. Let’s take up more space.
  16. Love is love is love is love is love is love.
  17. Love trumps hate.
  18. Love = power.
  19. March like a girl.
  20. Men of quality do not fear equality.
  21. My body is not your business.
  22. My body, my right.
  23. My humanity should not be up for debate.
  24. Nasty women unite.
  25. No human being is illegal.
  26. No mothers, no founding fathers.
  27. No one is free when others are oppressed.
  28. Normalize equality.
  29. Not afraid.
  30. Nothing trumps justice.
  31. Only weak men fear strong women.
  32. Our voice is the future.
  33. Ovaries before brovaries.
  34. Pussies in formation.
  35. Pussy power – it’ll grab ya’.
  36. Recognize us? This is your country calling.
  37. Open arms. Open minds. Open yours.
  38. Resist fear. Assist love.
  39. Respect everyone. Period.
  40. Respect Existence or Expect Resistance.
  41. Rise of the woman = rise of the nation.
  42. Sexism is not a side issue.
  43. Silence is not an option.
  44. Stop saying l’m someone’s sister, mother, daughter: I am someone. That should be enough.
  45. The future is female.
  46. The heart has no borders.
  47. The power of the people is stronger than the people in power.
  48. The rights of the minority should never be subject to the whim of the minority.
  49. There’s nothing illegal about being human.
  50. This is what an American looks like.
  51. Thou shalt not mess with women’s reproductive rights. – Fallopians 4:28.
  52. To the Supremes: stop in the name of love.
  53. Vaginas brought you into the world. Vaginas will vote you out.
  54. Walls won’t divide us.
  55. Wanted: a womb of my own.
  56. We are the storm and we will leave light in our wake.
  57. We’re all God’s children. SHE told me so.
  58. With liberty and justice for all.
  59. Women’s rights are human rights.
  60. Women hold up half the sky.
  61. Women united are stronger than a country divided.
  62. Virtue can only flourish among equals.
  63. Hear our voice.
  64. Our voice is our future.
  65. America’s Promise=EQUALITY for ALL
  66. Lead U.S. to PEACE
  67. YOU CAN’T UNIFY WITH HATE.
  68. Hope not Hate.
  69. Dreamers WELCOME.
  70. A MACHINE stole your job!
  71. She got more VOTES!!!
  72. OLD + OUTRAGED: SAVE MEDICARE
  73. Spread tolerance: it’s the American WAY!
  74. No PERSON is illegal.
  75. I’ve been to the 50’s and it SUCKED.
  76. Protect our Dreamers.
  77. UNFIT FOR PRESIDENT.
  78. Resist + Protect: Medicare, Social Security, EPA, USA.
  79. Love America? Save the EPA.
  80. Love clean air? Save the EPA.
  81. Love clean water? Save the EPA.
  82. Our democracy was hacked.
  83. ICE has no agenda, it just melts.
  84. This is not a good sign.
  85. The FOXES are guarding the henhouse.
  86. Stop Tillerson.
  87. HE’S A CON ARTIST.
  88. Big Oil=Big Pollution.
  89. Trump won=America lost.
  90. American Horror Story.
  91. INDIVISIBLE.
  92. In diversity is strength.
  93. All madness, no method.
  94. We are mourning for America.
  95. We are grieving for our democracy.
  96. The whole world is watching.
  97. Un-president him!
  98. He’s an incompetent TYRANT.
  99. Can’t back down, won’t back down.
  100. Hear me roar!
  101. Not going back.
  102. My body, my choice.
  103. Not the boss of me.
  104. My pussy bites.
  105. Free Ivanka!
  106. Free Melania!
  107. Shut up, Trump and make me a sandwich.
  108. Small hands, big loser.
  109. The biggest loser.
  110. Utereses before duderuses.
  111. Ovaries before brovaries.
  112. Bossy women rule.
  113. Trump: Delete your account.
  114. Fight like a girl.
  115. Keep your filthy paws off my silky drawers!
  116. Girls just want to have fun-damental human rights.
  117. Girls just want to have fun-ding for Planned Parenthood.
  118. Females are strong as hell.
  119. Bitches get stuff done.
  120. Revolution grrrl style now!
  121. STFU Trump.
  122. Small hands, small mind.
  123. Just try grabbing this.
  124. Girls to the front.
  125. Women – you can’t beat ’em!
  126. Women won’t obey — we slay.
  127. I can’t fucking believe I’m still protesting this shit.
  128. Stop the war on women.
  129. No war on women.
  130. Real men don’t grab pussies.
  131. Real men get consent.
  132. You can’t handle the truth.
  133. Today we smash the patriarchy.
  134. Here to smash the patriarchy.
  135. Ask me about my feminist agenda.
  136. Smashing trumpkins.
  137. Trumplethinskin.
  138. No uterus, no opinion.
  139. Raise your voice — support choice.
  140. Our future, our choice, our fight.
  141. Against abortion? Don’t have one.
  142. Loud-mouthed women against small-handed men!
  143. Sexism has no place in the White House.
  144. Sexism is for pussies.
  145. Trump is a big pussy.
  146. I Want Substantive Change But Will Settle for You Not Killing Us.
  147. Rude of You to Have Made Me Come Out Here on the Weekend.
  148. Why Are You So Obsessed with My Uterus?
  149. I Could Be Sleeping but You’ve Forced Me to Protest.
  150. I’m Too Worried to Be Funny.

Have fun, be safe. This is just the beginning...

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Published on by Lisa Gates.