10 things to go on your feminist Christmas list

We take a look through some of the best indie and handmade choices for your favourite festive feminists
Content TeamBy Content Team  •  Dec 6, 2017 at 7:56am  •  Books, Feminism, Reviews

Not a big fan of the consumerist Christmas? Treat your friends and family to some feminist gifts from these amazing independent sellers – and be confident that you’re supporting artists and companies who care!


This gorgeous handmade tea towel is perfect for washing the dishes with – but if you’re feeling crafty it also comes with all that you need to turn it into a stuffed mermaid cushion. Bottoms up!

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This mini kit contains all you need to create your own bespoke cross stitch pendant. Simply choose your thread colour, dream up a design and make it happen.

But it here


We’re all feminist and proud, but for those who are particularly proud you can literally wear your feminism on your sleeve (or lapel) with this gorgeous handmade pin. Plus you’ll be supporting a fellow feminist artist at the same time.

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These gorgeous soft tee shirts are made by the Literary Emporium and are available with Virginia Woolf and Jane Austen silhouettes as well. A casual and understated nod to your favourite women throughout history.

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Buy your favourite Slytherin a bath bomb or let fate decide! These unique handmade bath bombs each contain a Hogwarts house charm – choose which one, or ask the seller to choose for you. Discounts available for multiple purchases.

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Nothing says ‘Happy Feminist Christmas!’ like a zine about cats – and this one is truly beautiful.

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Why read this Alcott classic from a dog-eared copy when you could indulge in one with a hand-painted custom book cover? Alternative titles available including Far from the Madding CrowdA Christmas Carol and the Great Gatsby.

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“For the coffee, for the brew” – impress your work pals with a Jeremy Corbyn mug from the Radical Tea Towel Company.

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The ultimate challenge for every self-confessed bookworm. Hang up this classic books poster and scratch off the cover of every title you read. Be prepared – there’s a few big ones in there! (Ulysses anyone?)

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Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls has taken the world by storm since its successful crowdfunding campaign – you can find it in Waterstones, Amazon and WH Smith as well as lots of independent bookshops up and down the country. This 224-page, hardback book contains stories of the world’s most game-changing women as well as stunning illustrations.

Buy it here


What other products should we know about? Post them in the comments below!

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