DTLA– After several days of atypical rainy weather the down pouring of showers came to a halt Saturday as participants took part in the women’s march in downtown Los Angeles’s Pershing Square Park. The march comes on the heels of the recent presidential election, which caused a lot of concern amongst women and women’s rights advocates who feel as though women were marginalized throughout the campaign. Several people in attendance wore t-shirts and held signs bearing some of Donald Trump’s references he used to express disregard for certain women who opposed him. Expressions like “nasty women unite” and “don’t grab me” were touted throughout the throng of thousands of people who filled the crowded streets. Those in attendance at Saturday’s march want to ensure that the current White House administration’s agenda will be proactive about making the issues of women’s rights parallel to the issues of Human Rights.