See Which Celebrities Are Marching For Women’s Rights

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See Which Celebrities Are Marching For Women’s Rights

 

Whether they’re in Washington DC at the Women’s March where over 500 000 individuals showed up or supporting in cities like New York and Los Angeles, these celebrities are standing up for what they believe in. Keep scrolling to see powerful posters and strong messages from celebs like Yara Shahidi, Miley Cyrus, Sabrina Carpenter and more.

YARA SHAHIDI

#womensmarchLA NOW”

This bright light #womensmarchla

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VANESSA HUDGENS

PUSSY PRIDE #womensmarchla

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SHAY MITCHELL

“What a day!!! There are moments and milestones in every movement, and when we get there, I feel as though this will be a day to remember… I’m overwhelmed reading all the signs, watching all of the videos and am jealous I could not be there marching…”

TAYLOR SWIFT

“So much love, pride, and respect for those who marched. I’m proud to be a woman today, and every day.”

ZENDAYA

“Couldn’t be more proud….I am here, we are here!!!”

DEMI LOVATO

“Today… we march for our rights. Not just as women, but as human beings. We are entitled to equal rights like GENDER EQUALITY, EDUCATION, EQUAL PAY, REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS, FREEDOM FROM SEXUAL ASSAULTS… and the list goes on. Do it for your mother, your daughter, your little sister, your best friends because womens rights are human rights.”

BEA MILLER

“SO PROUD TO BE A WOMAN TODAY AND EVERY DAY, THANK YOU FOR STANDING UP FOR WHAT IS RIGHT AND CONTINUING TO FIGHT THE HATE AND INEQUALITY THAT SHOULDN’T EXIST TO BE FOUGHT AGAINST.”

NICK JONAS

“Women.. you are powerful and inspiring.

BELLA THORNE

“Out here fighting for OUR rights #pussypower #womensmarchonwashington

Out here fighting for OUR rights #pussypower #womensmarchonwashington

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ARIANA GRANDE

#women #everything #goddesses #unified #equalitynow #womensmarch

#women #everything #goddesses #unified #equalitynow #womensmarch

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SABRINA CARPENTER

“Women brought us into this world, if we have the power to create life we have the power to create whatever we dream. All Love”

MILEY CYRUS

@happyhippiefdn @womensmarch @womensmarchla #womensmarchla #WMLA #whyimarch #hearourvoice #hh4pp

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ASHLEY BENSON

“Jan 21 2017”

Jan 21 2017 #womensmarch

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GINA RODRIGUEZ

“I walk for ALL THESE HERS. #womensmarch #womenUnited (CAUTION: mean comments will get blasted by my vagina)”

I walk for ALL THESE HERS. #womensmarch #womenUnited (CAUTION: mean comments will get blasted by my vagina)

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TYLER OAKLEY

“grateful for the women in my life. proud to attend the #WomensMarch at #sundance. i came to listen, learn, & support. ”

 

KEEGAN ALLEN

“Rather than being against violence/corruption, be FOR peace and unity. Be FOR

KATY PERRY

“Unity. Protection. Power. Progress. WOMEN RISE UP! Getting ready to march with my sisters!”

CIERRA RAMIREZ

“Proud to be a woman✊✊✊✊✊#anastyoneatthat

Bitches get things done✊✊✊✊

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G. HANNELIUS

Empowered women empower women !!! This has been the most inspirational day I’ve ever experienced. I loved volunteering for The Feminist Majority and marching hand in hand with the America I know to be true… standing up for human rights! We filled up DTLA!!! #TheFutureIsFemale #LAWomensMarch”

DARREN CRISS

“Los Angeles is feeling bright and alive this brisk morning. It’s infectious. Hopeful.”

ANNASOPHIA ROBB

@womensmarch

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IAN HARDING

#womensmarchonwashington

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MAIA MITCHELL

“#whyimarch”

#WhyIMarch

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LAUREN JAUREGUI

Ready❤️☺️

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