Are you a feminist canna loving Nasty Woman?

If so, you are going to squeal over the Nasty Woman Game. This social party game is brought to the world by none other than Clarkson Potter and Shrill Society.

The Nasty Woman Game – The Deets

Are you a feminist at heart? Do you enjoy knocking down the patriarchy with your sisters? If so, you are going to love the Nasty Woman Game.

According to the official publisher’s website, the Nasty Woman Game is Fun for ages 12 and up and the game includes the following;

  • 20 Nasty Woman Cards

  • 55 fill-in-the-blank Statement Cards

  • 25 Action Cards

  • 10 You’re Trumped Cards

  • Instructions with Nasty Woman Bios and Feminist Field Notes

Shrill Society

If you followed the Women’s March, it is likely that you have seen an infamous design by the Shrill Society’s founder Amanda Brinkman. Her Nasty Woman shirt raised over $136,000 during the march and is considered a worldwide symbol. Amanda founded Shrill Society which is a “platform for independent creators” as well as a design studio that is human-focused. Utilizing the funds that were raised, she collaborated with Clarkson Potter to bring the Nasty Woman Game to life.

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What the Media is Saying

The Nasty Woman Game is "Cards Against Humanity with a feminist twist!"- Cosmopolitan

"The Nasty Woman game is part comedy, part strategy, part conversation starter, and all in good feminist fun...This new card game will have you and your friends howling with laughter." - Bustle

Trash-talking the patriarchy makes for a pretty perfect ‘girls’ night in’–and [The Nasty Woman Game] is as woke as it is hilarious. If you roll your eyes at every manspreader on the train and keep regular tabs on RBG’s well-being, this is the game for you.” -Refinery29

Ready to play? Order your Nasty Woman Game today through Penguin Random House Publishing, here.  Want to check out more about this blazing and succulent game? If so check out the vid from our friends at High Herstory here.

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