This 'Nasty Woman' T-Shirt Raised More Than $100k for Planned Parenthood

"Nasty woman" may be the most quoted phrase of the 2016 presidential election. We've seen it spread to all kinds of clothing, but one brand in particular is really doing its part to support another important social cause, in addition to its feminist presidential message.

Google Ghost is donating half of the proceeds of its "Nasty Woman" merchandise to Planned Parenthood. So far the company has raised $100,165, which can only mean good things for this organization, which supports the fundamental right of people to be in control of their own bodies, and may soon lose its federal funding under the new president.

These "Nasty Woman" t-shirts with a pink heart-shaped design sell for $25, a small price for a big statement. This is the exact shirt that Katy Perry wore to champion her fave presidential candidate—and it's inspiring us both on a political level and a fashion one.

Amanda, who created the shirt, told New York Magazine that the orders have just kept flooding in, as thousands of nasty women wanted to pledge their support for Hillary Clinton and reproductive rights. And if t-shirts aren't your thing, Google Ghost also makes "Nasty Woman" mugs, totes and sweatshirts with the same design.

The best part? Google Ghost is coming out with a Year of the Nasty Woman Planner ($28) that begins on Inauguration Day and includes illustrations, biographies and quotes from fierce and flawless female role models. YES PLEASE.