Women and men who turned out in solidarity of the Women’s March on Washington around the world Saturday also brought with them posters filled with clever and meaningful messages. The topics ranged from gender equality to anti-Trump slogans, and many more about women’s rights around the world.

The organizers of the event estimate that more than 2.5 million sister marchers are demonstrating worldwide. On Twitter, users posted photos and messages using the hashtag #womensmarchglobal.

Here is a collection of a few:

In London, people held signs lampooning the U.S. president.

One of the signs featured an image of Jo Cox, a British politician whose murder stunned the nation. Cox was known as an advocate for refugees and was a mother of two children.

Some were more serious.

And some had sarcasm.

There was even a quote from the song “Look at Me, I’m Sandra Dee” from the musical “Grease.”

In Paris, demonstrators also went for lyrics — this time meshing Cyndi Lauper’s “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” with a message of equal rights. Another sign read: “Big ovaries trump small hands.”

Berlin also had something to say about walls.

And so did Rome — about emperors.

Here is Toronto, offering a helping hand.

And with messages on equality.

Some referenced Donald Trump’s lewd comments and once again, lampooned him in a drawing.

Tel Aviv has had it.

And echoed others around with messages about walls and empowerment.

In South Africa, people held signs saying “you cannot undermine the strength of women.”

In Finland’s capital, Helsinki, people reported a small turnout.

One demonstrator featured a quote from Angela Davis, an iconic activist attending today’s march.

Amar Nadhir contributed to this post.