SOCIETAL has a voice on sexism and encourages ladies in the limelight. Possibly you admire and are willing to put your actions in synchrony with the well-projected messages by the audacious Emma Goldman who fought against the exercise of any form of power and oppression in general, be it private ownership, slavery, wage exploitation, religion, marriage, state, and the military. Or perhaps the words-driven by Maya Angelou and the socially conscious Angela Davis. Societal will help you with that as it’s built into our brand DNA and participation in our community means vocalizing and fighting against injustices everywhere.
Individual acts of sexism may seem benign, but they create a climate of intimidation, fear, and insecurity. This leads to the acceptance of violence, mostly against women and girls. Our motto. See it. Name it. Stop it. One of the most notable time periods in which fashion stood as a political statement was the women's movement. "Fashion has always been and is political because it is a material means of projecting power," says fashion historian Einav Rabinovitch-Fox, Ph.D. She adds that this was particularly true for women, adding that it dates back to the 1850s in her field of expertise. Women's rights activists more directly took the issue of dress reform and the bloomer as part of their agenda to support the rights of women globally.
With the establishment of a very structured approach, Societal is maximizing this collection of feminist t-shirts to advocate and lend a voice to women's rights. And stand against its resistance caused by the antiquated laws put in place by authorities.