Women's March: D.C.

Today, I woke up at 5 AM and stood for five hours protesting in Washington, D.C. It was so empowering to be around more than 600,000 people who agree that we are not going to normalize bigotry. Although I'm happy that I went, and I truly felt empowered to see power in numbers, I can't help but point out the obvious white feminism. I saw so many posters excluding trans people. Genitals do not equal gender. If your feminism doesn't include women of color, trans women, disabled women, sex workers, etc., then who is your feminism for?

By Julia Fletcher


  1. There are a lot of photo sets in this issue about the Women's Marches, but this one is by far my favorite. Absolutely stunning shots and beautiful editing.

  2. i like that these aren't just generic photos of the march. really well crafted, and i'm glad that you pointed out the trans-exclusivity !