10 Bookish Protest Signs from the Women’s March

By January 24, 2017 Political, Political

On Saturday 21st January, 2017, women marched in peaceful protest. Over 3 million people all over the world marched in solidarity with American women, and showed their love and understanding with some of the most clever, funny, and inspirational protest signs around. We have collected some of these signs from various protests- all bookish and literary inspired! On the right you can see the ACTUAL Margaret Atwood who joined the march.

Peruse this selection of our favourite signs, inspired by books and bookish characters… Let us know your favourite, or if you have seen any more!




“I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are different than my own.”

“I do not like you down my shirt,

I do not like you up my skirt,

I do not like you near my rump,

I do not like you Mr. Trump!”

“Librarians against Trump!

Presidents should read!”

“Donny and the terrible, horrible, believe me- it’s so sad, totally weak, really dumb, overrated, very bad presidency.”

“Dumbledore’s Army. We must all face the choice between what is right and what is easy ~ Albus Dumbledore.”

“The emperor has no clothes!”

“Goodnight Obama, Goodnight Moon, Goodnight Legally Unrestricted Womb, Goodnight Science, Goodnight Facts, Goodnight Corporate Income Tax, Goodnight Stars, Goodnight Air, Goodnight Equal Rights Everywhere.”

“The Handmaid’s Tale wasn’t meant to be a how-to manual!”

“Super Callous Facist Racist Sexist Bragga docious”

“Without Hermione, Harry would have DIED in book ONE”




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