What Would Ruth Bader Ginsburg Do? WWRBGD? Pin - Feminist Icon Jewelry - Girl Power Motivational Gift - Notorious Justice RBG - For Her

What Would Ruth Bader Ginsburg Do? WWRBGD? Pin - Feminist Icon Jewelry - Girl Power Motivational Gift - Notorious Justice RBG - For Her

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Wood, Pin Back, lasers, awesomeness

This "WWRBGD?" pin of course stands for What Would Ruth Bader Ginsburg Do?. This is a feminist and political update to the classic WWJD jewelry of days past. Add some fun flair to a jacket, bag, or whatever you can think of! This piece is all designed by Curse Woods and is laser cut from birch wood.

Measurements: The pin measures 1 inches in height and 2.5 inches in width.

This piece is packaged in a gift box perfect for gift giving or keeping.

~Due to the differences in wood grain, etc., the piece may slightly differ from the photo.

All designs and photos © Curse Woods

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From Portland, OR
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Meet CurseWoods

Margaret Raines

Margaret Raines

Portland, Oregon

This seller usually responds within 24 hours.

Sure! Just shoot me an email at cursewoods@gmail.com.
Remember to remove your piece before washing or jumping in the pool. Just like our brand, wood can get a little warped. 😉

Also, remember to remove your pin/brooch before laundering.

For the longest life of you chain don't keep your piece in the bathroom, due to the humidity.
Curse words of course, but also feminism and pop-culture, with a lot of B and trash cinema thrown in! One of my favorite ways to relax is to watch tv and movies. Both classics, new, and quite a bit of terribly wonderful movies. 
Firstly, let me state that I'm a feminist and that is very important to my ideals and brand. There is of course many types of, and theories, in the feminism world. One of those often debated issues is the use of words such as bitch and cunt. I believe in empowerment through the reclaiming of these words. Furthermore, I believe that words that have a history of being used to suppress groups of people should only be used by those people they were originally used to suppress.
I personally find power in words like bitch and cunt. One article that goes into some of the reasons I find cunt powerful and sensual can be read here: jezebel.com/5987317/cunt-should-not-be-a-bad-word

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