Angry Uterus Feminist Solidarity Screen Printed Tote Bag

Angry Uterus Feminist Solidarity Screen Printed Tote Bag

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Do your part to smash the patriarchy and fight for the rights of Maltese women (where abortion is still 100% illegal and the patriarchy is strong...boooo!)?

I am an activist supporting the Women's Rights Foundation and Pro-Choice Malta from Berlin through events, representation and merchandise and ALL PROFITS from sales of this t-shirt go to the WOMEN'S RIGHTS FOUNDATION in MALTA (read more here ).

The tote bags are hand printed by myself in Berlin using water based white discharge inks on 100% organic cotton bags.

The Women’s Rights Foundation (WRF) is a voluntary organisation committed to informing, educating and empowering women concerning their legal rights. They aim to ensure that women’s rights are protected through policy and law reform, raise awareness and offer training to end violence against women.

The original designer of the artwork is Jim Cooke and he created the design for Jezebel magazine in 2016. It has been since adopted as a symbol of the feminist pro-choice movement in protests around the world starting in Poland.

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** Outside Europe orders PLEASE NOTE **
On items like this one, I am now offering standard mail shipping again to reduce costs for you! Items sent with a tracking number but due to the pandemic are travelling by sea meaning that your package can take up to 2 months to arrive. I do not recommend this option but I have had a lot of requests so here it is. If you mail gets lost, I cannot offer refunds with this postal method. For faster delivery and safety when purchasing please select express shipping at checkout.

Your t-shirts will be packed in a bubble A4 envelope, however when possible, I try to recycle old envelopes and boxes. Please do the same instead of throwing your package away!