9 photos from the Women’s March that show that feminism has no age limit

We love feminists of ALL ages

Spirits are still high after the Women’s March took over cities all over the world last weekend. Those who participated marched for the rights of the LGBTQ+ community, women, minorities, and any other groups that feel threatened by the Trump administration.

Women and men who participated outside the U.S. marched in solidarity with the participants in the United States and, by doing so, they showed them that they will not stop fighting for what is right.

Women and men of all nationalities, sexual orientations, and backgrounds gathered at each of these marches and came together as one big community.

Contrary to popular belief, the march itself was full of positivity and camaraderie, rather than hate against Donald Trump or anyone else in government.

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One of our favourite parts of the marches that we attended was seeing all of the young and old feminists who were just beginning or continuing their fight for the equality of women.

Click through the gallery of images below to discover exactly how feminism has absolutely no age limit:

Photo by Tom Leishman

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Written by Julia Contorno

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