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This Clothing Line Is Perfect for Every Nasty Woman

Plenty of “nasty woman” merchandise surfaced after the third presidential debate when Donald Trump used the epithet to belittle Hillary Clinton. Now that Trump has won the presidential election, much more merch is popping up all over. The Outrage, a brand that aims to “connect with others who support equality and smash limits, stereotypes and barriers,” has jumped on the bandwagon by creating a clothing line named “Pantsuit Nation” whose full proceeds go to Planned Parenthood. That’s right—100 percent of the proceeds benefit the organization. The collection includes shirts, mugs, bags and more, all at affordable prices.

The brand already has a “Nasty Women Unite” collection, whose proceeds are donated to Planned Parenthood under Donald Trump’s name.

Rebecca Funk, co-founder of The Outrage, told The Huffington Post why the site wanted to take a stand. “Like so many, we think it’s long overdue to have a woman in the Oval Office and we were heartbroken when Hillary was not elected,” Funk said. “She is a long-time champion of women’s rights and we wanted to honor and carry forward the important work she has done on our behalf.”

This is such an amazing initiative for collegiettes who are #StillWithHer and want to protect women’s rights under the Trump presidency.

Sarah Nelson is senior at the University of Iowa pursuing a Journalism major, English minor, and Fundraising and Philanthropy Communication Certificate. When she's not binge-watching One Tree Hill or Jane the Virgin on Netflix (again), she's is probably rereading the Harry Potter series or writing for her blog, SarahNdipity. With an addiction to books and coffee, Sarah hopes to take the world by storm as a book editor. Or social media marketer. Or blogger. (She hasn't quite made up her mind yet, but that's okay because who says you have to be just one thing?)