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Womens Rights, Feminism,Comment: This section should not be included.From the most traditional feminist speakers to some of the most iconic lingerie designers, demand is going through the roof.To be recognized as “a feminist” simply meant you did your research—or relied on a few too many cliches. There was constant weight attached to knowing what these monthly movements entailed and how they were different from their male counterparts, never mind the various levels of privilege in question (coming back to intersectional feminism). Today, a true celebration of girl power means not just supporting those who fight this battle day in and day out, but also recognizing feminists in everything—sports, fashion design, academia—and making sure that words like “ladylike” are consigned to the dustbin. Feminist fashion is en vogue right now because feminism is finally realizing self-love
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A women’s rights, pro choice, feminist shirt. Original design created by black female artist Tamara Nass—100% cottony soft material. Size M but fits true to sizeThe most important advocates for the women’s rights, pro choice movement are female artists and intellectuals such as Marie Claire art director Amelie Haase (b 1903) who co-founded the magazine Femmes showdes in 1956 with Madeleine Ida Valentine Fanniner. Both publishing and female letterforms are still predominantly male dominated. This shirt is a great way to remember all of the amazing work put forth by artists who advocate for women’s rights and that push for equity. -She-Matriarch
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Feminist fashion is not just about clothes anymore, but it is society enlightened.Women were fighting for their rights, they had to wear different clothes because their positions in the society were delicate and they had to endure the patriarchy with a lot of patience.Clothes help us bring out our personality and express our views to the world. And this is an example how it can be used.This discussion centers on the hot topic of reproductive justice and employers’ obligations when it serves profit. This was sparked by the “Sh*tty Product” shirt displayed by feminist, anti-choice activists at a pro-life rally in Philly. Standing at this campaign disruptor table in front of a COST PLANNER’S SQUARE PARK, Steph Herold and Jessy Davis spent their Saturday leafleting, talking to passersby about women’s rights (specifically asking for signatures to their petition for better sexual health products at Condon) and posing for male students who had been tasked with the “opposite-gender interview” component of an entrepreneurship course.
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