Made from super-soft and comfy 100% cotton, this French Terry sweatshirt from Everlane is adorned with their now-familiar “100% Human” logo. Each piece in this range (which includes T-shirts and sweaters) results in donations to Equality Now—an international organization that works to change laws, set legal precedents, spread awareness and mobilize communities.
A dark chocolate version of the best-selling salted caramel bar from Creighton’s Chocolaterie, this GIRL POWER snack’s sales yield a percentage of the profit to Girls Out Loud. This organization works with teenage girls and offers mentoring, workshops and more in order to encourage confidence, resilience and hopefully the ability to recognize their own greatness. Price is in Pounds.
In her signature bold and bright style, Shawna X’s “Stay Together” print features three people embracing. Echoing the sisterhood sentiment, the artist is donating 100% of the proceeds to Planned Parenthood—an organization she feels personally grateful for. This full-bleed print measures 13 by 19 inches.
With 100% of sales going to Girls Inc LA—a non-profit that aims to offer support to girls in low-income areas of South Los Angeles, Compton and Watts—this tank feels good for several reasons. Not only does a purchase support a great organization, the super-soft, 100% pima cotton tank is comfortable enough to sleep in.
The act of resistance is still relevant and essential, and a friendly reminder comes in necklace form thanks to Eriness. The block-letter nameplate-style piece comes in sterling silver, 14k gold or 14k gold with diamond letters. Most importantly, 20% of all proceeds will be donated to Planned Parenthood.
Made from 100% cashmere, and hand-stitched in NYC, Lingua Franca’s solid black sweater makes its message clear in contrasting white lettering: Believe Survivors. The Promoting Awareness | Victim Empowerment grassroots non-profit receives $100 from the sale of each sweater to help their team shatter the silence of sexual violence by promoting education and action.
Simple design and an even more simple message: The Outrage’s “Believe Women” postcards can’t be clearer. Measuring 5.83 by 4.13 inches, these matte postcards are especially useful for writing to your reps. NARAL Pro-Choice America—an organization that fights for the reproductive freedom for everybody in every state—will receive 100% of the profits.
Made to celebrate International Women’s Day, this slightly slim fit ALC T-shirt is made for all genders. The boxy white top comes in extra-small through large sizes and features a handwritten-style font. Best of all, 100% of the proceeds from sales go directly to Planned Parenthood to help the organization continue to provide non-judgmental, affordable health care, support and sex education for those who need it.
The Rational Dress Society and Shrill Society have teamed up on this simple tote—a take on Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign slogan (borrowed from Reagan’s 1980 campaign slogan). The proceeds will go directly to Rational Dress Society, and their mission to create new clothing from donated Ivanka Trump brand apparel. The organization has been collecting gently used and “emphatically discarded” pieces from the brand and is turning them into 100% made-in-the-USA jumpsuits.
Made from 100% hand-poured acrylic, Edie Parker’s TIME’S UP clutch is as bold and direct as the movement itself. The silver block lettering stands out from the black acrylic, and the clutch closes thanks to a kiss-style clasp. Large enough to fit smartphones (up to an iPhone 8) and more, the most important factor is that 100% of the proceeds are going to the TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund. Administered by the National Women’s Law Center, the fund connects people who have experienced harassment, abuse and assault in the workplace to lawyers.
Prinkshop’s “I am not perfect” T-shirt makes an obvious and honest statement, but thanks to 30% of profits from the sale of each going to the Crisis Text Line, you can feel a little closer to perfection. Crisis Text Line is powered by volunteers and offers people across the US a number to call and speak with trained counselors—24 hours a day, seven days a week, at no charge.
By Jaya Saxena and Jess Zimmerman, the book “Basic Witches: How to Summon Success, Banish Drama, and Raise Hell with Your Coven” is full of spells, potions and enchantments, but mostly dollops of sensible advice. From experimenting with make-up to ending toxic friendships, reading tea leaves and more, there are plenty of tips for self-betterment. Encouraging readers to tap into their inner sorceress, this book is all about empowerment and self-care.
The Korean phrase (dok-han-nyun), translated to “poisonous bitch,” is often used as a derogatory slur for womenespecially when they don’t “act their gender.” Embroidered here in blood red, this is a cap that reclaims the “nasty woman”-esque smears and seizes agency back. It’s the debut product from female designer team G.Intl.
Manhattan’s women-centric co-working and community space, The Wing, is about to expand to Brooklyn and DC. They’ve also stocked up their online store with an abundance of positive message-bearing items. One favorite is a recent collaboration with Inner Decay, the “Internet Herstory” T-Shirt. The boxy cut makes it unisex, so this is certainly for feminists of all genders.
Depending on the mother figure in your life, this “Vag” tote—made in collaboration by Dolores Haze and Brooklyn-based artist Dan Flanagan—could be ideal. The semi-abstract design (perhaps depending on the viewer) is silk-screened in Brooklyn onto the 100% cotton tote. Perfect for carrying around groceries, gym gear, diapers, birth control, whatever you like.
Another product in their ongoing collaborative collection, this “Advantages of Being a Woman Artist” clutch by Third Drawer Down Studio + Guerrilla Girls is pink and practical. From “Knowing your career might pick up after you’re 80,” to “Seeing your ideas live on in the work of others,” the list is real, funny and sad all at once. Made from 100% cotton, toss your pencils, paints, make-up, money and more into the clutch and keep fighting the good fight.