Attendees at the Women’s March on Washington on Jan. 21. (Amanda Voisard for The Washington Post)

Some were vulgar, others were angry. Most were earnest. These were my favorite signs at Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington:

  • #FreeMelania
  • No Country for Dirty Old Men
  • Sad!
  • Resistance is Fertile
  • Too Worried to be Funny
  • If Mom’s Not Happy, Nobody’s Happy
  • I Have a Vagenda
  • Manchurine Candidate
  • Orange Is the New Fascism
  • There Is So Much Wrong It Cannot Fit on This Sign
  • Super Callous Fragile Ego, Trump You Are Atrocious
  • Super Callous Fascist Racist Extra Braggadocious
  • Actuaries Against Repeal and Delay
  • Leave it to the Beavers
  • Viva la Vulva
  • (Older woman’s sign:) I Can’t Believe I’m Still Protesting This S—
  • J Edgar Comey
  • (On image of President Trump as a scarecrow:) If He Only Had a Brain
  • (On a drawing of ovaries:) Grow a Pair
  • This P—- Grabs Back
  • Donald You Ignorant Slut
  • Melania, Blink Twice if You Need Help
  • Impeach Trump, Convert Pence
  • #emoluments
  • Sorry World, We’ll Fix This
  • (On needlepoint:) I Made This So I Could Stab Something 35,000 Times
  • Patriarchy is for D—-
  • There Will Be Hell Toupée

Update, 5:30 p.m.: A few more from your responses on social media:

  • We Want a Leader, Not a Creepy Tweeter.
  • HARDLY ANYONE MARCHED. FAILURE. SAD.
  • (Beneath a “Don’t Tread on Me” flag:) Don’t Pee on Me
  • 1968 is Calling. Don’t Answer
  • Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Czar/ Putin Made You What You Are
  • Fact Checkers of the World, Unite!
  • I know signs. I make the best signs. They’re great. Everyone agrees.
  • I (heart) Journalists.
  • Vaginas Brought You Into the World. Vaginas Will Vote You Out.
  • I Wish My Uterus Shot Bullets So the Government Wouldn’t Regulate It
  • (On photo of Meryl Streep): What She Said.
  • I’m Quite Unhappy.
  • We Shall Overcomb.
Hundreds of thousands of activists descended on downtown Washington for a rally and march, the day after President Donald Trump took office. The sheer number of attendees caused confusion and complicated logistics. (Sarah Parnass/The Washington Post)