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Feminism is all about embracing and celebrating women. So, whether you have a sister who is a staunch feminist or a BFF with a passion for gender equality, gifting them something that shows off their views can be an excellent way to show her how much you care.
If you’re shopping for a feminist who’s also into art, try this colorful puzzle that features portraits of strong female role models like Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Dolly Parton. It’s sure to spark some conversation and inspire your friend’s feminist spirit, too.
Another way to show your feminist friends some love is by donating to an important cause that they support. That’s why this best-selling shirt is a perfect pick for anyone who’s a big fan of Planned Parenthood, which advocates for women in STEM and commemorates women’s suffrage and abortion rights, among other things. It’s the ideal way to show your feminist friend that you support their values and believe in their ability to change the world.
Feminism and women’s rights are big themes this year, so you’re sure to find a Empowering Feminist Onesie for Your Daughter or Niece that will show your daughter or niece how much you support equality. Most of these onesie designs are created by independent artists rather than name brand clothing companies, but if you buy enough of these feminist baby clothes for your daughter or niece, the demand for more feminist apparel may encourage the bigger fashion brands to jump on the bandwagon.
You can also gift your daughter or niece with some feminist toys that will help her develop into a strong and powerful woman. For example, you can give her this fun Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls Book, which includes bedtime tales about a variety of female role models from Beyonce to Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Dolly Parton.
One of the best ways to teach your daughter to think like a feminist is to give her choices. This doesn’t mean telling her not to wear pink or frilly outfits if that is what she wants to do, but instead offering her alternatives.
You can even introduce her to brands of clothing that have a more eco-friendly or ethical focus. It isn’t always possible to trace the origin of every item of clothing, but you can encourage her to shop for brands that are making clothes in a responsible way, both here in the US and abroad.
It’s also important not to step in and tell her that one style is right or wrong – this is what society does for women all the time and you don’t want to add your own voice to this chorus of soul-destroying advice. Whether she chooses to wear sparkly tights or jeans and a polo shirt, that is her choice – and it should be celebrated.