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In the footage, she early encounters a feminist march on the steps of the train station. One of the women pickings concern in the singing, waving flags and processing whistles explains they are there because they want to "be loud and make a clew against violence against women". She adds,"I don't care who they are, they're a**holes and we are against a**holes." Ms Dooley describes a cordial atmosphere, wherever "everyone is on bully form".