The Feminist


Feminist. Dirty word or not?

Sustainable fashion activist Amy DuFault is worried that the word feminist – and all it stands for – is under assault. That’s why she’s designed a new way to stand-up for women’s rights, loud and proud.

Stand together with this limited-edition, 100% slavery-free t-shirt that offers transparency in the supply chain all the way back to the farmer!

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#FeministNotADirtyWord – Limited Edition T-Shirt Sale

For International Women’s Day, Amy DuFault and TS Designs are teaming up to offer a limited-edition, 100% slavery-free t-shirt that offers transparency through the supply chain all the way back to the farmer! Each T-shirt sold during our two-week campaign will generate $15 for the anti-trafficking field programs of Free the Slaves. This includes educating survivors and the vulnerable about their rights, liberating the enslaved, and helping them rebuild their lives through vocational training and community development. Learn more.

Amy and her husband Jim, designed the tee because “feminist is a powerful word that has lost its identity,” they say. “It is almost a bad word to say” in some settings, they add. They hope this t-shirt creates a new dialogue that supports women’s rights.

This project also shows that a t-shirt can be made ethically and sustainably, and be a force for change!

Balance for Better – International Women’s Day

This year’s International Women’s Day theme is “Balance for Better.” Gender balance makes a better world possible. Modern slavery is an example of a world out of balance. More than 70% of slavery’s victims today are women and girls. Many of them make your clothes.

The good news is that women are the backbone of the grassroots anti-slavery movement today. The community groups that Free the Slaves works with on the front lines are prime examples of how women can shape the future.

Where Your Clothing – Offering A Transparent Supply Chain

These limited edition tees are made with fabric from the Where Your Clothing (WYC) line at TS Designs. From dirt-to-shirt, they are a part of a fully traceable supply chain, which you can trace through a unique mapping system! The supply chain for these t-shirts support farmers in North Carolina, Texas and New Mexico, and mill workers in North and South Carolina.

The women’s styled tee (slightly more fitted with a flared cut and capped sleeves) will be made from Cotton of the Carolinas fabric; and the unisex tee (your standard t-shirt style) will be made from American Soil Organic fabric. Both fabrics are super-comfortable, ring spun cotton of medium weight, and mindfully constructed for durability.

Size Information

Men’s Tee

Width Height
S 19″ 28″
M 21″ 30″
L 23″ 31″
XL 25″ 33″
XXL 27″ 34″

Women’s Tee

Width Height
S 17⅜” 25⅜”
M 18⅝” 27½”
L 19⅞” 28⅝”
XL 21⅛” 29¾”
XXL 22⅜” 30⅞”

Shipping Information

This is a Limited Edition Pre-Sale Campaign, which means this design is only available for a short time. Orders will be accepted, and then processed and shipped within a 6 week time frame.

Orders will be accepted until 8am EST March 27, 2019. Then be processed in time for shipping during the week of April 8, 2019. Expect delivery in the Continental United States by mid April 2019. For international orders, expect delivery by end of April 2019.


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Additional information

Weight 0.5 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 8 × .5 in

American Soil Organic Mens S/S, Cotton of the Carolinas Ladies S/S




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