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WASHINGTON—Pink knitted caps with ears were omnipresent Saturday at the Women's March on Washington, but not all attendees were fans of the so-called "pussyhats."

Fawn Jordan, a fashion designer who lives in the D.C. Metro area, said she wished the most visible symbol of the march didn’t have anything to do with President Donald Trump. As an alternative, she sewed a number of animal print and bejeweled “pink crowns” that she was selling to attendees.

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WASHINGTON -- Thousands of men wearing Planned Parenthood gear and carrying signs reading "the future is female" joined the sea of women in pink "pussyhats" assembled for Saturday's Women's March on Washington. There were fathers, boyfriends, sons, trans people and friends of the marchers.

Despite a flurry of stories predicting that men may not understand that they were welcome at the march, they turned out in droves.

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