Photo of woman outside Ivanka Trump's house goes viral

Dozens of LGBTQ protesters held a "dance party" for climate change outside Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner's house in Washington, D.C., on Saturday night.

The group, WERK for Peace, staged a similar protest outside Mike Pence's house during inauguration weekend.

See photos of the demonstration:

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Congregating in DuPont!! Queers marching soon! Comin for you Ivanka! #WeAreHere #WeAreQueer #WeWillDance… https://t.co/cnxxYtc2cb
earlier.... the @werkforpeace queer dance party headed to kalorama to entertain a certain white house staffer. https://t.co/ePmtnR8NmU
.@werkforpeace @350 Party at Ivanka's house https://t.co/tQJbTBFGDf
.@werkforpeace @350 Outside Ivanka Trump's house - "Ivanka, come dance!" (also SecState Tillerson lives across the… https://t.co/FZNHnJo6ah
.@werkforpeace .@werkforpeace @350 dancing up Connecticut Ave. to Ivanka's house https://t.co/O2OeNSBgSh
Massive Queer Dance Party for Climate Justice brings The Resistance to @IvankaTrump doorstep in DC… https://t.co/kpIcCQmHEf
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According to the Hill, Ivanka and Jared were probably not at home during the protest -- Ivanka was last seem in New York City on Friday, where she celebrated her youngest son's birthday.

Though the Kushner family may have been absent, one of their neighbors was certainly around. In fact, she was standing outside in a fur coat while clutching a glass of wine and flashing a bright smile.

According to the Daily Mail, the woman's name is Dianne Bruce. She might be pleased with the backlash, since it's well-known that people who live near the Kushners aren't thrilled with their presence.

The Washington Post reports that ever since the Kushners moved in, parking has been sparse, agents have flooded the streets and traffic has increased.

"It is every bit as disruptive as if a very active business was allowed to come into this residential neighborhood," neighbor Marti Robinson told Washington Post.

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Before: Home exterior 

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After: Home exterior

Ivanka has kept the same paint, shutters and decorative stone as before.

From the monster truck show to the Governor's Ball...

Before: The foyer 

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Before: The foyer 

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After: The foyer

Ivanka moved the plant and the artwork that hung on the wall. She replaced the bench with another cushioned miniature sofa. The replacement matches the living room's upgrades. 

Before: The dining room

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After: The dining room

Ivanka took away the rug, exposing the room's original wooden floors. She added a rectangular table -- with sharper edges -- and softer chairs. She lightened up the room with bright art pieces, including a $22,500 light fixture from Lindsey Adelman, according to the Daily Mail. 

Before: The living room 

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After: The living room

Ivanka kept the same decorated fireplace, but brightened up the room with simple white couches, a light gray rug and glass coffee table. 

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Before: The kitchen 

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Before: The kitchen 

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After: The kitchen

Ivanka has kept the kitchen's sleek modern design. She added Theodore's high chair next to its white countertops.

Birthday tradition! #noodlesforlonglife🍝

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Ivanka kept the kitchen the same. 

After: The kitchen

Ivanka seems to have maintained the original cabinets of the home. 

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Before: TV room

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After: TV room

The family has kept the same television set and black shelf, but has gotten rid of the purple beanbag chair. 

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