Women everywhere. Pink hats, black hats, hard hats, no hats. A crushing polite crowd, well prepared with healthy snacks and tissues. A crowd so sprawling, it nearly covered the march route end-to-end. It was mighty and powerful.
Best of all, there were men there. Thousands of them. Some wore the pink p---yhats. Some were just there to condemn President Trump.
"I just hate him. I am totally against Donald Trump," one guy told me, when I asked why he'd come to the Women's March. "The women are fine; they're strong."
No worries, dude. We'll take you. We're all going in the same direction, anyhow. Come along.
And that's the key.
"We are all the same," said 8-year-old Asa Bergander's sign. He gets it.
When I asked him why he came to the march, he said, "Girls don't get as much money as boys when they do the same work."
Asa for president!