Gift Ideas for the Feminist in Your Life
2018 Update: We are still not over Hillary’s loss and we stand by these gift ideas, so we’ve updated selections and links below where it was needed.
Shopping for your fave feminist friend? Trying to think of what to tell your less-than-hip fam what to buy you? Luckily for you, I channeled my sadness at Hillary’s loss (I’m still not over it, but who is?) into rounding up a list of the most fabulously feminist gifts money can buy.
Books, Books, Books
Feminist Fight Club, $10* on Amazon
Good Girls Revolt, $10* on Amazon
We Should All Be Feminists, $7* on Amazon
Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, $16* on Amazon
You can’t be a woke feminist unless you’re woke, amirite? Feminist Fight Club is on my night stand right now and Good Girls Revolt is about to be my next obsession (I’ve been watching the show—it’s so worth signing up for Amazon Prime).
Feminist Notebook, $9.95 at Anthropologie No longer available
The Future is Female Notebook, $5.99* on Amazon
Reclaiming My Time Notebook, $4.99* on Amazon
Every badass lady needs a notebook. Where else can you write down your Vagenda of Manocide?
Tina Sticker, $2.75 at RedBubble
On Wednesdays We Smash the Patriarchy Sticker, $3.40 at RedBubble
Feminist stickers make regular, everyday items into social statements. Scratch that, they make your regular everyday items into SASSY social statements. Plus, when you buy from RedBubble, you’re supporting indie artists.
ban.do Motivational Pencils, $12.95 at Paper Source
Whether you use them to make notes in your Feminist notebook or just put them on your desk, they’ll give you a burst of confidence whenever you need it.
Feminist Box, $69.95 at Feminist Apparel
B-Hive Membership, $5+ at Bitch Media
For the gal who loves one-of-a-kind indie gifts you’d never find on your own (or who just loves subscription boxes), the Feminist Box is perfect. A subscription to Bitch Magazine is perfect for the feminist who likes to stay up-to-date on feminist news.
“Riots Not Diets” Sweatshirt, $44.95 on Feminist Apparel
“Girl Power” T-shirt, $9.98* and up on Amazon
“Don’t Tell Me to Smile” Tee, $29.95 on Feminist Apparel No longer available
“Nasty Woman” T-shirt, $25 at Google Ghost
“A Woman’s Place” T-shirt, $25 at Wicked Clothes No longer available
I don’t know about you, but the results of this election has me wanting to shout “I’m a feminist” from the rooftops. Loud and proud, all that jazz. Shouting is frowned upon, so let your clothes do it for you.
“Smash the Patriarchy” Necklace, $23+ on Bang Up Betty
“Tired Feminist” Hat, $25 on Reductress
Rosie the Riveter Socks, $8*on Amazon
I dare you to try to let yourself be manterrupted when you’re wearing Rosie the Riveter socks.
Feminist Activity Book, $10* on Amazon
Women’s History Coloring Book, $14 on Etsy
The Future is Female Feminist Adult Coloring Book, $8.38* on Amazon
Boss Babes: A Coloring and Activity Book for Grown-Ups, $8* on Amazon
Coloring books have always been the best, and these are perfect for tapping into the confidence of your 7-year-old-self.
“Uteruses Before Duderuses” Wall Art, $26 on Etsy No longer available
“Smash the Patriarchy” Ornament, $9* on Amazon
“Feminist” Throw Pillow, $7* on Amazon
Flannery O’Connor Print, $15 on Etsy
Your home is your castle, so make it the best lady-castle anyone has ever seen.
Confidence Tote Bag, $14 on Etsy
“Pizza Not Patriarchy” Tote, $21 at Society6
I never understood the point of tote bags until I just started carrying one around—and they are so damn handy! They are small when you’re not using them, but are big enough to carry planners, books, your lunch, and anything else you need.
“Smash the Patriarchy” Mug, $16 on RedBubble
“Such as Nasty Woman” Mug, $15 on RedBubble
Smart Girls Coffee Mug, $15 at Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls
Because we haven’t innovated a solution to deliver coffee in an IV, we’ve got to drink it out of a cup. On the bright side, at least there are some seriously great coffee cups out there.
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*Prices updated as of 8/7/18
Last modified on August 7th, 2018
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