More than 200,000 protestors took to the streets of New York City on Saturday, a year to the day after the initial women's marches against the inauguration of Donald Trump, according to a senior adviser to the mayor.
Fuelled in part by Trump administration policies on abortion and the impact of the #MeToo movement, the protesters gathered with renewed fervour and outrage.
Frank Lesser, a former writer for The Colbert Report, tweeted about a man who was standing triumphantly in his underwear on his fire escape as the protesters passed.
He appeared to believe the cheers were for him, rather than the woman dressed in the Supergirl costume two flights up.
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