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2021TruthGrey Truth | Grey Oversize Crew Neck Shoulder Padded Sweater

Grey Oversize Crew Neck Shoulder Padded Sweater

Hi I’m Sojourner
I am known for being a powerful anti-slavery spokesperson. I managed to escape slavery and went to Canada, bringing only my youngest son with me. After the abolition in New York, in 1829, I returned. You know, since I was young, I had visions and heard voices, which I felt came from God. I decided to change my name from Isabella to Sojourner Truth and left New York to preach in camps, churches and streets spreading the message of God, kindness and brotherhood. And that naturally led to my fight for women’s rights. As a human rights advocate in 19th century America, I delivered what is now recognized as one of the most famous abolitionist and women’s rights speeches in American history – “Ain’t I a Woman?”. I continued to speak out for these causes during the Civil War and died in 1883. But I like to believe, as I once said, that I haven’t died. I “went home like a shooting star”.

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2021AmeliaBlush Amelia | Blush Crew Neck T-shirt

Crew Neck T-shirt

 

Hi I’m Amelia  

I guess I helped women believe that they can fly high, if they wish so. I was a  pioneer in aviation, because I was a woman. This was the beginning of the 20th  century and women were not supposed to enjoy planes. I was the first person to fly  alone above the Atlantic Ocean. I am proud of that. I was also a defender of  women’s rights and got involved with the “Ninety-Nines”, an association devoted  to raise the morale of women who wanted to become pilots. I wrote many books  about my passion and always fought to pursue my dreams. I guess what my life  shows is that we just need to believe in ourselves and be courageous. If for that one  needs to defy conventions, just don’t let fear stop you

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2021BettyBlack Betty | Black Padded Shoulder T-shirt

Padded Shoulder T-Shirt

Hi I’m Betty  

Or Babe … I was the first woman ever to win a gold medal for the Olympic 100 m  for women. I was just 16. I was inexperienced and young, next to my peers at this  run, but I won. How I got here is a funny story. I was running after a train and my  teacher saw me. He timed me and gave me my first training in sprinting. This is  how started my athlete career. After my success in the 1928 Olympics, I continued  to run in school and college tournaments, bringing home records. In the outdoor  nationals of 1929, the chairman of the national committee on women’s athletics  thought he was being complementary when he wrote “the most sensational  performances of the meet” from “the slim, smiling Chicago girl, who runs like a  man”. Hmmm, like a man? No way, I ran proudly like a girl! Everything was going  well. I loved what I was doing. But in 1931, I was in a plane crash. After being in a  coma, I was forced to drop my participation in the 1932 Olympics because I was in  a wheelchair. I worked hard and managed to recover from this near tragedy. It was a slow and painful way out, but my passion for running helped me surpass all this  and I tried for the 1936’s Olympics. It was such a struggle, I had to work overtime,  but I did it!  

 

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2021OlympeBlush Olympe | Blush Body With Straps

Body with straps with front print.

 

Hi I’m Olympe

I lived in the 18th century and was quite revolutionary for the time. I was a French activist, wrote plays and was very politically engaged. My writings have reached many people and countries. The Declaration of the Rights of Women and the Female Citizen was my most important work. I was practically a sole voice at the time and my intentions dictated my end. I was the only woman to be executed for my political writings during the French Revolution. Throughout my lifetime, I Olympe de Gouges consistently fought for the freedom of speech and its importance in social and political critique, as well as for the equality of rights between women and men. So, this is why I’ve been at the forefront of feminism and opened the doors for others to create feminist movements around the globe.

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2021KimuraMaskk Kimura | Maskk x Peryod.

Maskk One is the highly breathable social mask with adjustable straps for a flawless fit. It is made with extremely smooth materials for a perfect touch. Maskk One makes personal protection less clinical and more exciting by offering a creative design. Your safety, and the safety of your loved ones, can now be an enjoyable experience
 

Hi, I’m Komako Kimura

I was born in Japan where I received a traditional education.
I was taught to read, recite poetry, cook, play string instruments, but most importantly, I was taught to obey my future husband and be a good wife.
What I enjoyed the most was acting and reading. So I read a lot, and specially, a lot of feminist works.
These readings had a great influence on my upbringing and when I was only 14, I decided to run away.
I literally jumped out of the carriage that was taking me to my fixed wedding. I hid myself and sold my wedding dress to get money for a train ticket.
I moved to another city where I managed to live the life I wanted. I got a job as a dancer, which eventually made me famous.
I was an actress and a writer. But little by little I was boycotted by the government of my country. I got arrested and went to trial. But they couldn’t punish me! I defended all the unfounded accusations so well that the trial gained a lot of notority in the press and brought the word “suffrage” to every district.
In 1917 I travelled to New York where I ended up living the rest of my life.
But do you know the true reason why I took this trip? To join the march for suffrage, to be able to study with other suffragettes and raise funds to continue the feminist struggle in Japan.

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2021RosaFOffMulticoloredUX Rosa | Phone Strap – Fuck Off

Multicolered beaded phone strap

Hi, I’m Rose Louise, but you may know me as Rosa Parks.
I became famous because on December 1, 1955, I openly refused to give up my seat on the bus to a white man, which served as the spark for the movement called the Montgomery bus boycott and would later mark the beginning of the anti-segregationist struggle.
On that day I sat in a seat destined for people of color, but because the bus was full, the driver told me to give up my seat to a white man who was standing. I refused and was arrested for it. After that act of courage, we carried out a boycott of Montgomery buses. Over a 381-day period, more than 40,000 passengers stopped using the bus, creating a huge financial deficit for city public transportation, and demanding an end to racial segregation. In 1956, we did it! Racial segregation in public transportation was ruled unconstitutional.
I became an icon for this movement, true, but with it also came sanctions, difficulties in getting a job, and even death threats. I felt forced to move more than once in my life in order to escape these threats. But nothing stopped my determination, and I continued my journey as a human rights and equality activist.

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2021RosaProudlyMulticoloredUX Rosa | Phone Strap – Proudly Feminist

Multicolered beaded phone strap

Hi, I’m Rose Louise, but you may know me as Rosa Parks.
I became famous because on December 1, 1955, I openly refused to give up my seat on the bus to a white man, which served as the spark for the movement called the Montgomery bus boycott and would later mark the beginning of the anti-segregationist struggle.
On that day I sat in a seat destined for people of color, but because the bus was full, the driver told me to give up my seat to a white man who was standing. I refused and was arrested for it. After that act of courage, we carried out a boycott of Montgomery buses. Over a 381-day period, more than 40,000 passengers stopped using the bus, creating a huge financial deficit for city public transportation, and demanding an end to racial segregation. In 1956, we did it! Racial segregation in public transportation was ruled unconstitutional.
I became an icon for this movement, true, but with it also came sanctions, difficulties in getting a job, and even death threats. I felt forced to move more than once in my life in order to escape these threats. But nothing stopped my determination, and I continued my journey as a human rights and equality activist.

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2021RosaHerstoryMulticoloredUX Rosa | Phone Strap – Herstory Makes History

Multicolered beaded phone strap

Hi, I’m Rose Louise, but you may know me as Rosa Parks.
I became famous because on December 1, 1955, I openly refused to give up my seat on the bus to a white man, which served as the spark for the movement called the Montgomery bus boycott and would later mark the beginning of the anti-segregationist struggle.
On that day I sat in a seat destined for people of color, but because the bus was full, the driver told me to give up my seat to a white man who was standing. I refused and was arrested for it. After that act of courage, we carried out a boycott of Montgomery buses. Over a 381-day period, more than 40,000 passengers stopped using the bus, creating a huge financial deficit for city public transportation, and demanding an end to racial segregation. In 1956, we did it! Racial segregation in public transportation was ruled unconstitutional.
I became an icon for this movement, true, but with it also came sanctions, difficulties in getting a job, and even death threats. I felt forced to move more than once in my life in order to escape these threats. But nothing stopped my determination, and I continued my journey as a human rights and equality activist.

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2021RosaLetMEMulticoloredUX Rosa | Phone Strap – Let me Feminist You

Multicolered beaded phone strap

Hi, I’m Rose Louise, but you may know me as Rosa Parks.
I became famous because on December 1, 1955, I openly refused to give up my seat on the bus to a white man, which served as the spark for the movement called the Montgomery bus boycott and would later mark the beginning of the anti-segregationist struggle.
On that day I sat in a seat destined for people of color, but because the bus was full, the driver told me to give up my seat to a white man who was standing. I refused and was arrested for it. After that act of courage, we carried out a boycott of Montgomery buses. Over a 381-day period, more than 40,000 passengers stopped using the bus, creating a huge financial deficit for city public transportation, and demanding an end to racial segregation. In 1956, we did it! Racial segregation in public transportation was ruled unconstitutional.
I became an icon for this movement, true, but with it also came sanctions, difficulties in getting a job, and even death threats. I felt forced to move more than once in my life in order to escape these threats. But nothing stopped my determination, and I continued my journey as a human rights and equality activist.

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2021BettyWhite Betty | White Padded Shoulder T-shirt

Padded Shoulder, Without Sleeves, Crewneck T-shirt. Print on side, and print on back neck.

 

Hi I’m Betty
Or Babe … I was the first woman ever to win a gold medal for the Olympic 100 m for women. I was just 16. I was inexperienced and young, next to my peers at this run, but I won. How I got here is a funny story. I was running after a train and my teacher saw me. He timed me and gave me my first training in sprinting. This is how started my athlete career. After my success in the 1928 Olympics, I continued to run in school and college tournaments, bringing home records. In the outdoor nationals of 1929, the chairman of the national committee on women’s athletics thought he was being complementary when he wrote “the most sensational performances of the meet” from “the slim, smiling Chicago girl, who runs like a man”. Hmmm, like a man? No way, I ran proudly like a girl! Everything was going well. I loved what I was doing. But in 1931, I was in a plane crash. After being in a coma, I was forced to drop my participation in the 1932 Olympics because I was in a wheelchair. I worked hard and managed to recover from this near tragedy. It was a slow and painful way out, but my passion for running helped me surpass all this and I tried for the 1936’s Olympics. It was such a struggle, I had to work overtime, but I did it!

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2021BettyBlush Betty | Blush Padded Shoulder T-shirt

Padded Shoulder, Without Sleeves, Crewneck T-shirt. Print on side, and print on back neck.

 

Hi I’m Betty
Or Babe … I was the first woman ever to win a gold medal for the Olympic 100 m for women. I was just 16. I was inexperienced and young, next to my peers at this run, but I won. How I got here is a funny story. I was running after a train and my teacher saw me. He timed me and gave me my first training in sprinting. This is how started my athlete career. After my success in the 1928 Olympics, I continued to run in school and college tournaments, bringing home records. In the outdoor nationals of 1929, the chairman of the national committee on women’s athletics thought he was being complementary when he wrote “the most sensational performances of the meet” from “the slim, smiling Chicago girl, who runs like a man”. Hmmm, like a man? No way, I ran proudly like a girl! Everything was going well. I loved what I was doing. But in 1931, I was in a plane crash. After being in a coma, I was forced to drop my participation in the 1932 Olympics because I was in a wheelchair. I worked hard and managed to recover from this near tragedy. It was a slow and painful way out, but my passion for running helped me surpass all this and I tried for the 1936’s Olympics. It was such a struggle, I had to work overtime, but I did it!

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2021AmeliaBlack Amelia | Black Crew Neck T-shirt

Crew Neck T-shirt

 

Hi I’m Amelia  

I guess I helped women believe that they can fly high, if they wish so. I was a  pioneer in aviation, because I was a woman. This was the beginning of the 20th  century and women were not supposed to enjoy planes. I was the first person to fly  alone above the Atlantic Ocean. I am proud of that. I was also a defender of  women’s rights and got involved with the “Ninety-Nines”, an association devoted  to raise the morale of women who wanted to become pilots. I wrote many books  about my passion and always fought to pursue my dreams. I guess what my life  shows is that we just need to believe in ourselves and be courageous. If for that one  needs to defy conventions, just don’t let fear stop you

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2021AmeliaGrey Amelia | Grey Crew Neck T-shirt

Crew Neck T-shirt

 

Hi I’m Amelia  

I guess I helped women believe that they can fly high, if they wish so. I was a  pioneer in aviation, because I was a woman. This was the beginning of the 20th  century and women were not supposed to enjoy planes. I was the first person to fly  alone above the Atlantic Ocean. I am proud of that. I was also a defender of  women’s rights and got involved with the “Ninety-Nines”, an association devoted  to raise the morale of women who wanted to become pilots. I wrote many books  about my passion and always fought to pursue my dreams. I guess what my life  shows is that we just need to believe in ourselves and be courageous. If for that one  needs to defy conventions, just don’t let fear stop you

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2021AmeliaRed Amelia | Red Crew Neck T-shirt

Crew Neck T-shirt

 

Hi I’m Amelia  

I guess I helped women believe that they can fly high, if they wish so. I was a  pioneer in aviation, because I was a woman. This was the beginning of the 20th  century and women were not supposed to enjoy planes. I was the first person to fly  alone above the Atlantic Ocean. I am proud of that. I was also a defender of  women’s rights and got involved with the “Ninety-Nines”, an association devoted  to raise the morale of women who wanted to become pilots. I wrote many books  about my passion and always fought to pursue my dreams. I guess what my life  shows is that we just need to believe in ourselves and be courageous. If for that one  needs to defy conventions, just don’t let fear stop you

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2021OlympeBlack Olympe | Black Body With Straps

Body with straps with front print.

 

Hi I’m Olympe

I lived in the 18th century and was quite revolutionary for the time. I was a French activist, wrote plays and was very politically engaged. My writings have reached many people and countries. The Declaration of the Rights of Women and the Female Citizen was my most important work. I was practically a sole voice at the time and my intentions dictated my end. I was the only woman to be executed for my political writings during the French Revolution. Throughout my lifetime, I Olympe de Gouges consistently fought for the freedom of speech and its importance in social and political critique, as well as for the equality of rights between women and men. So, this is why I’ve been at the forefront of feminism and opened the doors for others to create feminist movements around the globe.

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2021TruthBlush Truth | Blush Oversize Crew Neck Shoulder Padded Sweater

Grey Oversize Crew Neck Shoulder Padded Sweater

Hi I’m Sojourner
I am known for being a powerful anti-slavery spokesperson. I managed to escape slavery and went to Canada, bringing only my youngest son with me. After the abolition in New York, in 1829, I returned. You know, since I was young, I had visions and heard voices, which I felt came from God. I decided to change my name from Isabella to Sojourner Truth and left New York to preach in camps, churches and streets spreading the message of God, kindness and brotherhood. And that naturally led to my fight for women’s rights. As a human rights advocate in 19th century America, I delivered what is now recognized as one of the most famous abolitionist and women’s rights speeches in American history – “Ain’t I a Woman?”. I continued to speak out for these causes during the Civil War and died in 1883. But I like to believe, as I once said, that I haven’t died. I “went home like a shooting star”.

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