Women Are Sharing Their #MarchingShoes Ahead Of The March On Saturday

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People are sharing photos of the shoes they plan to wear on the Women’s March on Saturday 21 January.

Across the globe, hundreds of thousands of women (and men) plan to take part in a protest march one day after the inauguration of the US President-elect, Donald Trump.

Some 200,000 people are expected to attend the main Washington Women’s March and a further 700,000 (and counting) are demonstrating around the world in a sign of solidarity.

In London alone, there are 19,000 people attending the march, according to the Facebook event, and a further 27,000 have expressed an interest. Alexa Chung and Pixie Geldof are among those expected to attend.

While the attendees are overwhelmingly female, the event organisers have stressed that the march is inclusive and open to all.

Excitement is most definitely building. Many participants have been sharing photos of the banners and placards they plan to take with them on the day.

Women have also started tweeting the shoes they plan to march through London in, with many adding a brief explanation of why they are taking part in the protest.

I'll be in my #MarchingShoes on Saturday #womensmarchlondon because misogyny is dangerous, not excusable, not funny pic.twitter.com/dRUMhC5MUW

β€” Polly Neate (@pollyn1) January 17, 2017

We're marching so that every little girl of the future won't have to #WomensMarch #MarchingShoes #whyIMarch pic.twitter.com/CtVudjrJ98

β€” Martina (@MaVicMut) January 17, 2017

When I was little, mum used to take me to demos in my pushchair, 20 something years on my #MarchingShoes are ready @womensmarchlon pic.twitter.com/fdYgHXcrmt

β€” Lauren (@LaurenNLane) January 17, 2017

My #MarchingShoes are mens shoes @womensmarchlon @MENofWM pic.twitter.com/pRufhp3FCF

β€” Catherine Kodicek (@Cath_Kodicek) January 17, 2017

My #MarchingShoes ready for @womensmarchlon on Saturday *stomp stomp* pic.twitter.com/TA58ixZ6AS

β€” Charlie ✨ (@charlieinabook) January 17, 2017

My #MarchingShoes for #womensmarchlondon Saturday. I'm marching because I refuse to be scared by those who think we are not strong. pic.twitter.com/5v5PyM5UDr

β€” Allison Higginbotham (@Allisonbh_TV) January 17, 2017

Got my #MarchingShoes ready for @womensmarchlon - in solidarity with @womensmarch this Saturday pic.twitter.com/Rl9V0PynyC

β€” West London Lass (@westlondonlass) January 17, 2017

Marching for Women. #MarchingShoes 21st January. Because you know. pic.twitter.com/1aUMvIJq2V

β€” frances Barber (@francesbarber13) January 17, 2017

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