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My mission is to provide unisex feminist clothing for parents and kids that makes you think, while also looking great. 

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About the printer:

It is very important to me that I chose a printing company that aligns with my values. I chose Printful because they are transparent about their processes when it comes to worker rights and sustainability.

Sustainability and Environmentally friendly practices:

All of my products are made on demand via Printful, meaning that I’m not stuck with stock that will just end up in landfill. Printful has also committed to the worker rights act, meaning that they aim to ensure that their products are made in facilities that have humane working conditions. I have chosen suppliers that have committed to providing.

I have chosen to only stock products that are considered eco-friendly because the last thing we need is another business creating more waste. Printful states that ‘our eco-friendly product collection consists of items that are made of at least 70% organic, recycled, or biodegradable materials’. Find out more here

Packaging: Printful uses 90%–100% post-consumer recycled plastic as of 2022 in The US.Post-consumer recycled plastic (often referred to as PCR), is made from items that consumers use and recycle every day, like plastic bottles, food containers, etc.

In Europe, Prinful uses eco-friendly packaging with 70–100% PCR plastic content in 70-100% of packaging. The company aims to increase this amount.

I pay for CO2 offsetting offered by Printly in cooperation with Native. Profit from this shipping method will be used to fund projects around the world that reduce carbon emissions.

The company also aims to reduce fabric waste.

Find out more here: Link 1  Link2

Worker’s conditions:

Our printer, Printful, has signed a Modern Slavery Act Declaration


They also state that they take actions to prevent modern slavery in their own operations and supply chain

See the declaration here

  • Who is this for?
    This book is designed for anybody who identifies as a mother, or who simply wants to learn more about motherhood within patriarchal and capitalist society.
  • What sort of environment will it be?
    My online spaces and courses welcome all people, including the LGBTQI+ community. I am doing my own antiracism work as a white person and aim to integrate anti-racist ideas into my own teaching practices, while also acknowledging that I am not an authority on these matters. I aim for my online spaces to be safer spaces for all people. Part of the reason that I believe in teaching feminist philosophy in the way I do is to do so outside of the academic world that so often perpetuates social systems of oppression and hierarchy. I, like all human beings, have biases that I am to continually reflect on. I continue to work toward these goals, and am open to feedback in this regard. I believe we’re all learning as we try our best to breathe a better world.
  • What if I can’t make it to the live?
    There will be a recording available so you can listen whenever suits you.
  • How do I know if I qualify for equity pricing?
    This is a matter of personal discretion. I trust each individual not to take advantage of this system.
  • What if I can’t afford the equity fee but want to join?
    Contact me about getting your fee paid for by the donations of generous members of my online community .
  • What's your refund policy?
    All sales are for courses are final, but if you experience any problems, please get in touch
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