Lola Kirke Wore The Most Inclusive Feminist T-Shirt To The Women's March

The English-born American actress showed off her artistic side by designing her own T-shirt for the Women's March

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From 'The future is female' and 'I love naps but I stay woke' to 'We shall overcome' and 'Boys will be good humans,' it was hard not to feel overwhelmed by the inspiring messages on placards held by men, women and children during the international women's marches on Saturday.

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Having walked along the streets of London holding placards ourselves, we realised just how hard it is to summarise our sentiments about Donald Trump, women's rights, equality, inclusivity and the environment in one sign, especially when there is so much to say.

As a result, actress Lola Kirke took things into her own hands to make sure no one felt left out during the Women's March on Washington.

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Wearing a feminist T-shirt with a slogan that read 'Girls support girls', Kirke made her tee even more feminist and inclusive, customising it with a Sharpie pen so it mentioned all groups of society and causes that girls support.

Posting a picture of her T-shirt to Instagram, Kirke's message extended the support to 'boys, men, women, children, womyn, humans, basic income, public health care, muslims, black, brown lives, education, prison abolition, choice' and many other subjects.

In the caption for the image, Kirke wrote: 'Thank you @ryotnews for reminding me #neutral is not a fucking option and for giving me this amazing @daisynatives tee. And thank you @sharpie for helping me make it my own. (Oh and thanks @mom for indulging me in this pic 😉 Now I'm ready for the #womensmarch!!!'

Lola's statement comes weeks after she wore unshaven underarms at the 2017 Golden Globe Awards and spoke out about the ideals of beauty and women's rights.

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