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'We Shall Over-Comb': The Best Signs of the Women's March

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    Protesters attitudes toward President Trump were on display on handmade signs at women's marches around the globe Saturday. 

    Many of the signs were playful and whimsical, but conveyed a protest message. 

    One of them showed recently-deceased actress Carrie Fisher dressed as her Star Wars character Princess Leia with the title, "RESISTER." 

    Another Instagram photo captioned with #womensmarch showed a sign that poked fun at Trump's speech. "Trump has the best misogyny, it's very big misogyny. Sad!" the sign reads.  

    #womensmarch

    A photo posted by Catherine Cohen (@catccohen) on

    #womenmarchonwashington #january21 #womenmarch #pussyhat

    A photo posted by Simona Siri (@simonasiri) on

    #philadelphia #womenmarch #womensmarchphilly

    A photo posted by lisa orr (@lisa.marie.orr) on

    I am living for ITTT #womenmarch #hewillnotdivideus

    A photo posted by I'm Beyoncé Daughter �� (@queenbeycare) on

    #womenmarch #womenonwashington #womenmarchonwashington #washington #march

    A photo posted by Paola Moya (@pmoyammd) on

    In Washington, where crowds are expected to reach 500,000 people, one marcher held a sign that read, "we shall over-comb," with a drawing of Trump's notorious hairstyle. 

    A girl at the march held a sign that read, "girl's just want to have fundamental human rights."