Such a nasty ... family? Pink attended a Women's March in California on Saturday, January 21, with her husband, Carey Hart, and their two children, daughter Willow and newborn son Jameson.

The "Just Like Fire" singer, 37, shared a picture of her family of four on Instagram, writing, "We march together." In the shot, Pink holds up a "Unity Love Equality and a Dash of Nasty" sign while carrying 3-week-old Jameson in a baby wrap. Hart, 41, stands in front of Willow, 5, who is seen proudly displaying a miniature sign of her own, reading, "I'm Strong I Love."

We march together

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Earlier in the day, Pink shared a close-up photo of her black-and-red sign. "Today we march," she captioned the Instagram post.

Today we march

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Though Saturday's Women's March was a peaceful demonstration, some Instagram users weren't thrilled with Pink's decision to bring her family — particularly her newborn son — along with her. "Poor baby," one person commented. Another wrote, "Poor Corey [sic]. He's surrounded by angry vaginas."

The criticism was few and far between, however. Most fans applauded the three-time Grammy winner for her bravery and compassion. "This is why I love you and your family," one supporter wrote, as another added, "Thank you Hart-Moore family. I hope Jameson is doing well Momma Pink. He's got one of the best to guide him. Love you Pink."

Hart also shared a photo of the singer and their son on Instagram, writing, "Very proud of my wife, and it was really special to march in the streets with my family today. I'm not pro republican, democrat, or government. I'm pro constitution and rights. Just as I'm pro gun, for anyone to marry whom they love regardless of gender or race, and women's rights. I think it's embarrassing that government has a say is what my wife or my adult daughter does with their body. I'm a big believer in staying in your lane." 

"Don't like what I'd do or say? Don't pay attention. It isn't your business," he continued. "So how about government say out of women's business? Lastly I have 2 amazing Women that work at the top of my personal business pyramid. I employ them because in my opinion they are the best people for the job. Period. I know this runs much deeper that what I just said, but I had to say my piece. Don't like it? Stay in your lane."

Very proud of my wife, and it was really special to march in the streets with my family today. I'm not pro republican, democrat, or government. I'm pro constitution and rights. Just as I'm pro gun, for anyone to marry whom they love regardless of gender or race, and women's rights. I think it's embarrassing that government has a say is what my wife or my adult daughter does with their body. I'm a big believer in staying in your lane. Don't like what I'd do or say? Don't pay attention. It isn't your business. So how about government say out of women's business? Lastly I have 2 amazing Women that work at the top of my personal business pyramid. I employ them because in my opinion they are the best people for the job. Period. I know this runs much deeper that what I just said, but I had to say my piece. Don't like it? Stay in your lane 👍

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Pink's family joins countless celebrities marching for women's rights across the country following President Donald Trump's inauguration. In Washington, D.C., stars such as Madonna and Scarlett Johansson took the stage to deliver powerful messages to nearly half a million participants.

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