I was surprised at how predominantly Catholic the event seemed to be...
...and was expecting more evangelicals.
There were priests and seminarians all over the plaza, looking happy and smug...
...as women were lectured on what hurts them.
Frank Chu looked comparatively sane in comparison.
An all-male-leadership institution, historically enabling pedophile sexual abuse of its own parishioners, has no business dispensing moral advice, particularly to a larger public.
The saddest sign of religious brainwashing was La Virgen de Guadalupe being invoked to condemn Planned Parenthood.
It made me angry, particularly looking at the many young clerics who looked like gay closet cases, a phenomenon I've run into personally more times than I'd like to count over the decades.
Across the street the SF Public Library had closed their Larkin Street entrance because they were being swarmed by marchers who had held their pee in buses for hours. "They are overwhelming the place, and they have port-a-potties at the plaza, so why don't they use them?" a library security guard complained to me. "Don't let anymore of them in!" he yelled at a colleague on the Grove Street doorway.
Trying to find a policeman in San Francisco's Civic Center is usually a hunt for a unicorn, but they were out in huge numbers on Saturday, although they looked more interested in checking their social media accounts than paying attention to the marchers in line for port-a-potties.