Nasty Woman Tees Are More Covetable Now Than Ever

by Augusta Statz

Just because Hillary Clinton wasn’t named the first female president doesn’t mean that we can’t all still be “nasty women” if we want to be. In fact, all of the Clinton supporters need to be representing and supporting their girl gangs now more than ever. If you're onboard, it’s time to answer a crucial question. Are the “Nasty Woman” t-shirts sold out? My fellow fierce women, you’re in luck.

These shirts first started gaining popularity online when they were seen worn by Katy Perry and Kristen Bell, among others. The comment Donald Trump made to Clinton during their final presidential debate first sparked the trending hashtag, #NastyWoman, all over the Internet. He interjected during her turn to speak saying, “such a nasty woman,” which was presumably meant as an insult.

But, women were able to turn that into a positive comment, and even went so far as to bear the words “Nasty Woman” on their chests. If you’re looking to support the idea of a being a kickass woman in 2016 now more than ever, I can’t say I blame you. You’ll be pleased to know that the tees are still in stock on the Google Ghost website, but the site does say they’re on backorder. So, expect to wait seven to 10 business days before your item ships. But, don’t let waiting a few extra days stop you from making a purchase. Get to shopping!

Purchasing this is a great way to wear your opinions on your chest, because they matter. According to the brand's website, 50 percent of the proceeds go to Planned Parenthood, which is an added bonus (although you should consider donating even if you don't buy a t-shirt).

Besides, copping these for you and everyone in your crew is all sorts of #squadgoals.

Shop the tee and then wear it proudly.

Don't deny your urges!

Nasty Woman T-Shirt, $25, Google Ghost

On today's agenda: look great and support important causes. Done and done.

Image: Courtesy Google Ghost (1)