“I love having the door opened for me, and I love being taken to dinner, but isn’t that just politeness?” - Emma Watson
Emma Watson is many things - a British actress, model, activist and a feminist. To her, feminism is not about giving a powerful speech or starting the #HeForShe campaign. Feminism is the movement to define, establish, and achieve political, economic, personal, and social equality of sexes, the need for which arises because women are (still) considered beneath men. It’s a fight for equality of men and women in all spheres of life whether it’s voting rights, equal pay or a simple job opportunity. Not man-hating!
If you’re a feminist and proud, here are 9 fashion accessories that you can wear to channel your inner Emma and tell the patriarchy to shut it.
Our Kinda ‘Bro Fist’
A necklace as bold and badass as you.
Shout It Out T-shirt!
When they say it’s okay to be in the kitchen because you have a generous man who can “provide for” you. By provide, I mean, home-cooked gourmet delicacies.
Reveal Your Inner Goddess!
Yes, you’re kind and loving, but when it comes to protecting yourself, you can mount a lion and become Goddess Kali - the mother of the whole Universe.
I am Brahman - the ultimate reality, ever expanding, and infinite. I am the Supreme Self. I am Aham Brahmasmi.
The Girl With Guts!
Embrace feminism in an unapologetic manner as you give due to the ovaries and the strength they bear with this "Grow A Pair" bag. Changing stereotypes and making new definitions, one tote at a time.
Thank God For Cats!
Meet Billy, the cat. Billy is a good girl. Billy believes in equal cuddles and tuna as Bob. But Billy is not a pushover. Be like Billy with this middle finger pin.
Don’t Cap Your Feelings
Always keep your sunglasses close, and a message cap closer. You might need it to keep off the patriarchy.
For The Wild Child
Here’s a trishul shaped nosepin to keep your style quotient high and the bad vibes low.
One Word Is Enough!
How to become zen in life? Just say the magic word and move on! Haters gonna hate, hate, hate.
Here’s to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them. Amen, sister!