Karen Belz
January 23, 2017 7:59 am

Sure, Ron Swanson knows a lot about woodworking — but he also knows how to respect and honor a woman. So, it should come as no surprise that Nick Offerman showed up at the Sundance Women’s March this weekend, and was incredibly supportive.

Offerman was one of the many celebrities who decided to stand up for what they believe in. As you probably know, events took place around the globe this Saturday (even in Antarctica!) which united us even further.

Offerman’s supportive photo showed him rocking a pink hat, and it makes us just love him more than ever. (We didn’t even think that was possible, to be honest.)

Offerman went on to rock his pink hat at Sundance’s Celebration of Music In Film.

But, that’s not all. He also pushed for a Women’s March book that would illustrate all of the wonderful, creative, and empowering signs that protestors held during their events. The signs made us laugh, and made us think — and having them preserved is simply an excellent idea.

So, based on the inspiration he gained from the folks he met, he posted this:

The fact that it was retweeted almost 13,000 times proves that it’d be a winning idea.

Today, in the very early morning, Offerman posted a follow-up that shows that this idea will definitely be happening.

And of course, we’re going to buy a ton of copies. After all, we witnessed a historical event this weekend. When Offerman reveals some more information about the project — which is obviously still in the very early stages — we’ll be all ears.

His wife, the wonderful Megan Mullally, also showed her support for the Women’s March by posting this lovely selfie:

We wish we could have marched and protested alongside these two, but just knowing that they were there is good enough.

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