7 Ways to Smash the Patriarchy

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We know you’re out there everyday changing the world we live in, protesting the idiot in chief, and fighting for the disenfranchised. We’re here to make sure you’re doing it in style.


Designed by Emerald Pellot this is the ultimate way to rep your favorite artist (🐝) and smash the patriarchy. If you ever need help flipping off Trump, this jacket’s got your back.

2. Make a Plan

Nothing is more satisfying than crossing something off your to-do list, especially when that to-do list includes world domination and shattering the glass ceiling.

3. Time to Blossom

Don’t worry, we were late bloomers too. Perfectly floral (and there might just be a matching button up coming out) this shirt is just like you. Pretty but packs a punch.

4. Carry the Essentials

This bag passes the Bechdel Test. You’re the main character in your life and you know it, go ahead and tell that guy he can find his manic pixie dream girl somewhere else.

5. Make a Statement Without Saying a Word

Nothing says toxic masculinity like street harassment and this tank says it all for you. You can just keep your earbuds in and keep on walking, because let’s face it, you’re not smiling for them, you’re smiling because you’re listening to 2 Dope Queens.

6. Bring the Stealth Feminism

This black on black graphic bomber makes a huge statement, in a subtle way. Pictures don’t do it justice but having the extra shine of Wild Feminist on this perfectly tailored bomber makes you walk a little taller, and have the confidence to take on any manspreader who sits next to you on the subway.

7. Take Your Fight to the White House

The best way to fight the system is to change it. Women make up around 19 percent of all members of Congress and less than 25 percent of all state legislators. You can make a difference by getting out there and running for office, even if its just a local government position or helping on a campaign, having a seat at the table changes the way decisions are made.  Wear this pin on your lapel as a little reminder.

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