In a regular deck of playing cards there are only four women, but in Zach Wahls’ version all 54 cards feature smart, resilient and inspiring women. Beyoncé is (of course) the queen, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the king, Harriet Tubman is number eight, and other well-known names to grace these cards include Ida B Wells, Rosa Parks, Sylvia Rivera, Dr Sally Ride and more. Measuring the standard 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches, the cards feature 15 original hand-drawn portraits.
Beautifully hand-beaded, this clutch (and others by the brand) are made by a team of some 200 craftspeople in Lebanon—all of whom are prisoners, ex-prisoners or underprivileged women. Syrian-born founder Sarah Beydoun wanted to make a brand that would function not just as a label, but also a social enterprise. This particular clutch is a new favorite and is both pretty and powerful—a killer combination.
Half the reason to buy this “Self Love” choker by Prrrl is because they are donating all 100% of proceeds to Brooklyn’s HEAT Program (Health and Education Alternatives for Teens) for the month of March. The service offers developmentally and culturally appropriate care for young people of all genders and sexualities who are at risk of HIV/AIDS. The other half, of course, is the sterling silver (with rhodium charms) necklace itself, which should serve as a reminder to be kind and respectful to yourself.
Designed by Edie Fake for Chances Dances back in 2011 and printed on heavy card stock, this gender-neutral bathroom sign makes it very simple—saying “Every Body, Every Body.” It’s a colorful, playful way to make every body feel welcome, accepted and safe, which is especially important in the current political climate. Measuring 8.5 inches by 11 inches, this sign is perfect for the home, office, wherever.
Perhaps the strongest message to come after the 2016 election, January’s Inauguration Day and all the moves made by the US Government since, has been resist—and persist. Otherwild has taken note, and now their bright red “Sister Resister” T-shirt is available for pre-order. The best part is that 25% of proceeds from these 100% cotton, made-in-the-USA, unisex tops will go to the ACLU.
Available in either solid sterling silver or 14K gold fill, this simple but sweet boobie necklace from Melopepo isn’t just an accessory—20% of profits go to the ACLU and Planned Parenthood, so your purchase helps support people all over the country. This simple shape is also used in Melopepo’s earrings and rings and, thanks to them being handmade, each one is slightly different—just like the real thing.
More than a regular bag to tote your goods around (though it will do that), this bag from Power & Light Press donates all proceeds to Planned Parenthood. Listing all the services that PP offers—perhaps for those who believe it exists purely to provide abortions—the bag is simply printed with various essentials like pap smears, counseling and more.
For kids of any gender, this very cute onesie has a double meaning. LA’s Otherwild is famed for its positive and inclusive vibes, so the slogan “We Can Be Radical” could very well relate to feminism, or just generally being rad. Printed on a 100% cotton unisex black American Apparel onesie, this same design is available for tots of all sizes—and there are T-shirts for bigger kids too.