“Like Poison” Cap

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.

Gift Guide: Girl Power

Presents for your favorite feminists, no matter their gender

Despite what pop culture might show, the feminist movement has been in full swing for much longer than just the past few years. That said, having the movement for equality front and center in our collective consciousness is new—and remarkably satisfying. From stationery to lapel pins, here is a collection of some of girl power products for feminists of all colors, genders, sexual orientations, ages, …

Premiere: Asbjørn’s BOY PWR

Striking out against male stereotypes by way of a track infused with girl power references

Anyone who grew up in the LGBTQ+ community before the prevalence of the internet was aware of an acute lack of visible, diverse role models. Thanks to pop culture, the wealth of resources provided by social media and more, this has begun to change. And yet, it’s not enough—especially in traditional media industries. Denmark-born, Berlin-based singer Asbjørn understands this, and with his new single “BOY …