Feminist Speakeasy is an intersectional gift shop, pop-up shop, and resisterhood that was founded on International Women's Day (March 8, 2018) as a way to channel outrage at sexism, racism, homophobia, xenophobia, transphobia, ableism and Trump’s America into something positive. Those born into oppression are rebels by birthright — We must continue to resist and persist to turn the tide! Pick up a shirt, talk to your friends about it, and know that you’re doing an invaluable service by calling out discriminatory attitudes in your community. Together, we are creating a movement towards a more inclusive world.
To keep up with the movement and feminist events visit the feminist agenda calendar, follow us on Instagram @FeministSpeakeasy and for exclusive content, and coupon codes join The Resisterhood AKA our Facebook group.
Founder, Dāsha Guyton is a part-time writer, full-time feminist, and self-love advocate based in Hyde Park, Chicago. She uses her point of view as a multi-racial lesbian and intersectional feminist to create and curate conversation-starting pins, shirts, and jewelry from creative women around the world who design, illustrate, and manufacturer products. Which means every purchase you make, gets us one step closer to bridging the wage gap globally. You can get to know the founder better in this interview and visit Chicago Woman Magazine and Qwear to see some of Dāsha's work.