UNIT 7: this is what a feminist looks like

I discovered these tshirts when researching reclaiming words by writing them on the body, and have found these to be quite famous tshirts from a campaign, and a tshirt all recieve who join the company Fawcett. 

Fawcett is the UK’s leading campaigning organisation for women’s equality and rights – at home, at work and in public life. Since their founder’s successful parliamentary campaign for the women’s vote they have continued to keep women’s rights on the political agenda and in the public eye.  

Today they are the UK’s largest independent membership organisation with a dedicated focus on advancing women’s equality and rights in modern Britain. They boast a large national member base as well as a formidable network of supporters and allies within politics, business, the media, academia and the professions. They effect change by combining direct lobbying within the political system with campaigns that increase and demonstrate public support for action.  

They use independent research and evidence to better understand key issues and generate media coverage  and reports and briefings  that both increase awareness and put pressure on powerful policy and decisions makers to act.   A lot of what they do involves working with their supporters, through online networks, local activities and more. This means campaigners around the country can get involved – and they can showcase the support their campaigns have. They also work with other leading thinkers to not just make the case for greater gender equality but develop new ideas on how to get there. 

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The annoying thing about discovering these tshirts is that I initially had a very similar idea to this via photographs, I had the idea to create scenes, or even just straight up portait photos of people with the words "I am a feminist" to show what types of people can be a feminist and abolish sterotypes, however, my idea seems to already have been done, although I guess I could still develop further and keep translating it into my own vision.

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