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Women’s March 2018: Instagram Overview

Women’s March 2018 is one of the most important upcoming events of 2018. Celebrities are also willing to participate and support women’s rights. Here is the list of celebrities lending their voices to the #womensmarch2018.

Women’s March 2018

Why March 2018? It’s one year anniversary of Trump’s presidentship. And we all remember the community and celebrities’ reaction to the announcement of the 45th and current President of the United States of America.

Despite all the logic, the event itself occurs in January. The first woman’s March was on January 21, 2017. This year, it was 20 January 2018.

Woman’s march is devoted to demonstrate and to speak about problems that women face not only in the USA but all over the world.

Within the first year of Trump’s presidentship, many things happened. Let’s be honest, some of them were good, and some just disaster. Thus, there is a huge number of celebrities coming to talk to the community about women’s March 2018. And of course, all this was demonstrated in celebrities Instagram accounts. Let’s get look what celebrities shared on their Instagram accounts.

Cameron Diaz 

Cameron Diaz with her Award-winning friends Jennifer Lawrence & Adele shared motivating and women supporting posts on Instagram and Facebook. Perhaps, photos of the three became the most popular in the search when you are searching for Women’s March 2018.

Jennifer Lawrence

Jeniffer Lawrence doesn’t have approved account on Instagram (only official fan page). However, the Mockingjay actress wrote the post on her Facebook page:

“I stand in solidarity for 
Women’s rights
Equal pay
DACA
CHIP”. 

&

“I stand in solidarity with women across every industry to say #TimesUp on abuse, harassment, and assault.”

Adele

Adele shares posts on Instagram quite rarely, only one something really deserves her time. Women’s March 2018 is one of her latest posts.

Read more about Adele Instagram

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman shared the video of her speech on the Women’s March 2018. She wrote under the video: “Women’s march Los Angeles January 20th, 2018”. She got support from her friends, however, there still were people who considered her words as reflections of “angry feminism”. And what do you think? Where is the point when protecting women’s rights comes overs and became feminism?

Women's March 2018

Women’s March 2018

Drew Barrymore

The actress perhaps was one of the most emotional participants of the Women’s March 2018 event. She took a short video on her mobile with the emotional experience. For the Drew, talking about women’s rights isn’t just something social but a very personal case as she is a mother of two wonderful daughters. Drew Barrymore admitted: “Today, I march for women. And I have two daughters,… It’s emotional to be in these places and at this time in the world, All I can say is, do it for her. And fight – fight like a girl.”

She shared the emotional video on her official Instagram Account. Check out: Drew Barrymore Instagram

Alyssa Milano

Alysia Milano promoted the #Metoo Hashtag. She shared the photo with the hashtag and meaningful quote on her T-Shirt: “When women support each other great things happen”. She wrote that she is proud. And we are proud too, Alyssa Milano, #MeToo!

Women's March 2018

Women’s March 2018

Scarlett Johansson

The actress had a very impressive speech on women’s March 2018. The most important note for all those people who say that women’s march is nothing more but feminism, Scarlet Johansson reminded: “I want my pin back, by the way.” Scarlet doesn’t have social media account on Instagram, only the official fan page. However, her participation in Women’s March has really great historical meaning.

Unfortunately, there were many fans who didn’t support Scarlet in her speech. The post got many negative comments on her fan page. “No longer a fan at all. Woody and Roman? You should give your pin back. You hurt the cause so shut up. Poor Mila.”, “Sorry, but she is not that incredible.”

Despite the negative comments, I still love her as the actress, waiting for new movies with Scarlett Johansson, and please, dear Scarlet finally create the personal account on Instagram! We wish to know more about you.

Janet Mock

Janet Mock isn’t just a beautiful woman, writer, and producer, she is a blogger as well. To read the whole post about her expirience in Women’s March 2018 and to find her speech, I recommend to check out her article: “I Am My Sister’s Keeper: Read My Women’s March on Washington Speech”

She shared a photo on her Instagram account as well. “Fight Ignorance Not Immigrants” is exactly what she with other women are calling to the community.

Ilana Glazer

She shared a photo of Janet Mock’s Instagram, as well as she wrote that she supports Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump…many people didn’t take serious her participation and were laughing in comments. I don’t think that there is anything funny in this event. But she has to pay attention why do people don’t take her seriously.

Asia Argento

Asia Agrento was participating together with her daughter and sister. She mentioned in her Instagram post: “Marching with my daughter and sister at #Womensmarch2018 such a perfect day”. Another her post on social media account says: “Grateful for all the PEOPLE who showed up today at romerises womensmarchrome finally felt understood in my own country “hey ho, sexual abuse has got to go” THIS IS WHAT DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE beautiful day with my family and friends and no foes ”

Check out Asia Argento Instagram account

 

There so many people who support and who are against Women’s March 2018. What about you? What is your position?

 

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