F by Pink Bits - Premium quality 500ml water bottle.
We teamed up with awesome Australian artist @pinkbits to create this exclusive collection, representing diversity and the power of equality marches, activism and verbal power.
This bottle great gift for yourself or your feminist (or not feminist yet) friends and the ideal way to kick off some proper feminist conversations at work or when out and about!
Durable, High-Grade Stainless Steel
Leak-Proof Airtight Lid
24 Hours Cold
12 Hours Hot
Not dishwasher or microwave safe. To prolong the life of the product we recommend washing with a non-abrasive sponge
Share the Dignity works to make a real, on the ground difference in the lives of women and girls experiencing homelessness, fleeing domestic violence or doing it tough. They distribute sanitary items to those in need and work to end period poverty in Australia. When a woman is doing it tough, the last thing on her mind should be dealing with her period.
We donate our 10% of all gross profits to our partner associations. Pink Bits has chosen Share the Dignity as the charity that will receive the donations from all sales of this collection.
We believe, among everything, in the power of changing the world one conversation at a time. And we know that marches, as well as being necessary to change things are also the best feminist fuel for our daily fight: protesting shoulder to shoulder with like-minded people and feeling part of something bigger! We love how this design captures it perfectly!
Order yours today to start conversations and make a beautiful statement, in style!
At The Feminist Shop, we want to be the brand that gives you a community, that challenges your beliefs and invites you to think further or differently, we want to encourage you to start conversations, to educate others, to understand more and action it, to make the most of your feminism so you have more impact, we want you to feel part of something bigger than yourself but to do it in your unique way. We want to help feminism to change the world. Is that too much to ask for?