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The 2016 Feministing Gift Guide

As we kiss the flaming garbage heap that was 2016 goodbye, let’s take a moment to appreciate the good there was this year. Many of us found that good in our chosen families, in the communities that held us, and in the radical feminist babes in our lives.

So, if you’re lucky enough to know and love a badass feminist (or several!) who takes no shit, loves hard, and speaks truth to power, we present to you: The 2016 Feministing Gift Guide! From feminist swag to books to art that celebrates phenomenal women, there’s something here for every feminist you know and love. And don’t forget — you deserve some love too! Plus, many of the goodies below benefit grassroots orgs doing the hard work on the ground — work that’s needed now more than ever.

Without further ado, I present you the 2016 Feministing Gift Guide!

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Alipato Project, Radical Feminist Coloring Book, $25

This coloring book features Kumander Liwayway, Claudette Colvin, Amandla Stenberg and many more! All proceeds go to securing economic justice for survivors of domestic violence in California.

 

Screen Shot 2016-12-19 at 5.32.14 PMKnow Your IX Know Your Rights Tee, free with $50 donation!

This beautiful little tee lists (on the back) the nine things students need to know about their rights to an education free from sexual violence. Throw on the tee and suddenly you’re a live informational resource for all the young people in your life.

Screen Shot 2016-12-19 at 5.33.49 PMOtherwild X, HerStory Gay Power Cap, $45

10% of all proceeds donated to the Lesbian Herstory Archives!

Radical Hearts Print Lab, Feminism is For Everybody Ceramic Mug, $20

BruxeriaDesigns, Hex The Patriarchy Canvas Tote, $15

Screen Shot 2016-12-19 at 5.34.53 PMAngela Davis, Freedom is a Constant Struggle, $8

Art Baby Girl, Girls At Night On the Internet Cropped Crew Sweatshirt, $60

Screen Shot 2016-12-19 at 5.35.10 PMPurgatory Ltd., Drake Zip Pouch, $15

Shop Zenya, Male Tears Candle, $20

Smitten Kitten, Mini Swan Wand, $64
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Peralta Project, Latina icon t-shirts, $45

Phoebe Robinson, You Can’t Touch My Hair and Other Things I Still Have to Explain, $16

Thugz Maison, The Goddesses Shirt, $25

BreadXButta, Ritual Blends (Loose), $10

Screen Shot 2016-12-19 at 5.41.40 PMJoy Complex, IUD Earrings, $25

Autostraddle, They / Them Pronoun Pin, $10
IntersexIsBeautiful, Post-Gender Baby Onesie, $25

Meera Lee Patel, Self-Care Journal, $16

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Senti Sojwal is an India born, NYC bred writer, reproductive justice activist, and feminist organizer. She graduated with a BA from Hampshire College in Gender Studies & Politics, and has worked with NARAL, The Civil Liberties & Public Policy Program and its sister program PopDev, and has written on feminist issues for Mic, Bustle, and What NOW, the blog of the National Organization for Women's NYC chapter. She currently works at Sakhi for South Asian Women, an advocacy organization that supports immigrant survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence through an array of culturally competent services and programs. Senti loves 90s pop, a bold lip, and is always hunting for the perfectly spicy Bloody Mary. She lives in Brooklyn.

Senti Sojwal is a writer, reproductive justice activist, and feminist organizer based in Brooklyn, New York.

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