We’re introducing a series of interviews with women who are doing amazing things—using their platform to amplify marginalized voices and spread awareness about social injustices. To kick off the series, we’re excited to introduce Candace Reels, founder of the LA-based feminist apparel brand and Instagram account, The Female Collective.
When I created the Nasty Woman shirt, donating to Planned Parenthood was an obvious way for me to say “fuck you, Trump.” His despicable attitude towards women, rampant sexism, and casual talk of sexually assaulting women only underscored the importance of organizations that champion access to affordable healthcare, offer sex education, and support women’s autonomy over our bodies. I’m also a longtime patient of Planned Parenthood and am frankly disgusted with attacks against the vital services they offer to women and men. With the popularity of the shirt and my desire to keep creating products that highlighted our collective desire to resist this administration, I wanted to expand the organizations Google Ghost donates to.
With Earth Day arriving soon and Pantone’s color of the year Greenery making a splash, it's no wonder you’ve decided to step up your environmental game! You’ve got the basics down too: reduce, recycle, reuse. You even snagged a limited edition Nasty Woman Earth Day tote. However, you still want to up the ante, so we’ve collected a few eco-tech apps to help you do just that. These innovative apps enable users to have fun while learning the necessary steps to start and maintain a sustainable lifestyle. Check them out below and pass your new knowledge on to friends!