Check Out Some of the Influential Men Who Marched for Women

On Saturday, January 21, the Women's March on Washington went global, as women and men of all nationalities, ages, genders, and sexual preference marched for women's rights. Check out some of the most memorable moments from male influencers who helped prove that yes, the future is, in fact, female. 

 

The beginning of today's #womensmarch at #Sundance

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LA was alive today. Love, love, love. And don't stop standing up, ever.

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From the official Facebook account and ONLY official account : "I was so proud to stand with the women, men and children at yesterday's #WomensMarch on Washington. After months of fear and shame, the gathering was full of joy, defiance and hope. It was more clear than ever that women are the real stewards of our country's soul, and I will continue to follow their lead and show up." ☆☆☆☆☆ #JakeGyllenhaal #WomenMarchOnWashington #womensmarch #Jake_Gyllenhaal #JakeGyllenhaalDaily #GyllenhaalDaily #DailyJakeGyllenhaal #DailyGyllenhaal #GyllenhaalArmy #washingtondc #Gyllenhaal  #JacobGyllenhaal #Jgyllenhaal #JakeG #JG #DonnieDarko #Everest #Southpaw #Jarhead #BrokebackMountain #EndOfWatch #LoveAndOtherDrugs #JamieRandall #Demolition #DemolitionMovie

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Respect and support women ALWAYS #womensupportingwomen #womensmarchlondon

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Yip. Well said. Borrowed sign from @dorisfullgrabe design by @dirtybandits #womensmarch Nyc

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The Future is Female #WomensMarch

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Jan 21, 2017 at 5:43pm PST

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