24th Nov 2017
Being a feminist can be hard work, so why not gift your loved one (or even yourself) with these 10 badass gifts for the strong, powerful woman in your life and help make their path a little bit easier…
“Brilliant, badass and completely fearless women everyone should know”
This is the perfect book for the feminist in your life. Author Hannah Jewell brings us back through time to learn a thing or two from the ‘nasty’ women of the past. This book contains 100 profiles containing women of history across every century who have been bold and powerful enough to stand up for their rights.
Why not drink your tea or coffee out of this badass ‘Nasty’ mug, while reading your badass book on the ‘nasty’ 100 women of history?
If you’re looking for something cheap and cheerful for just €5 online, but also want to make a statement, then wearing the feminist symbol is the perfect gift.
“Free The Nipple” & “The Future Is Female” T-shirts
“Wear your heart on your sleeve”, or in this case “wear the feminist on your sleeve”.
“What is merely beautiful has always bored me. I’m interested in what is powerful and real.” —Peter Lindbergh
If you’re a film fanatic, then this is the perfect and inspiring feminist book for you. For just €79.99, Lindbergh offers an intimate insight into a pool of extraordinary talent with some of the biggest – and feminist – names in Hollywood; Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, Alicia Vikander, Dame Helen Mirren, Jessica Chastain, Kate Winslet, Léa Seydoux, Lupita Nyong’o, Penélope Cruz, Robin Wright, Rooney Mara, Uma Thurman, and Zhang Ziyi.
Feminist Art Prints
Start your 2018 with the right quotes to lift you when you’re feeling blue. For just €12, you can read a quote each day of the year from inspirational women (and male) leaders of the movement.
There are three different notebooks and each of them carries an introduction to a great Feminist thinker on the inside of the front page, their name beautifully printed on the cover – and is otherwise empty for your own projects. Feminists featured in these notebooks: Mill, De Beauvoir, Greer. €15
When Hilary Clinton appeared on the Graham Norton show in October she talked about how she wished she stood up to Trump during the presidential debates and said, “You’re not going to intimidate me like you intimidate women, back off you creep.” She didn’t say it though (a real shame), and in her book, muses on what went wrong in the 2016 elections. It isn’t without flaws (quite a bit of the blame game is played) but she affirmed how she is going to be a voice for women and do everything in her power to speak up and speak out for women all over the world, despite what happened. An essential feminist read.
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