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Feminist Clothing Line 'The Outrage' To Donate 100 Per Cent Of Proceeds To Planned Parenthood

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Hillary Clinton may have lost last week's U.S. presidential election, but her fight for women's rights is continuing.

Of those not giving up in the face of Donald Trump's win? Rebecca Correa Funk and Claire Schlemme, the founders of The Outrage, a feminist marketplace with a goal to "smash limits, stereotypes, and barriers."

The empowering duo plans to fund the fight for equality by donating 100 per cent of the profits from their Pantsuit Nation line to Planned Parenthood in the wake of Tuesday's shocking election results.


"We are devastated but we have work to do. Start here: 100% profit donated to Planned Parenthood in HRC's name," the brand wrote on Instagram.

Before the company's incredible tribute to Clinton, they donated 15 per cent of the profits from every purchase in their "Femininitees" collection to the National Organization for Women.

50% profits donated to Planned Parenthood in honor of HRC

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"To have such a qualified, intelligent and inspiring woman come so close and lose like this is absolutely devastating," Funk told Marie Claire. "But it's also a signal that we have a lot of work to do. Hillary has championed women's rights for decades, and donating to Planned Parenthood is the best way we can think of to carry her work forward. So far, we've surpassed $15K in sales for our 'Pantsuit Nation' collection."

And since the election, The Outrage has designed some new pieces, including a T-shirt inspired by Kate McKinnon's "Saturday Night Live" tribute to Hillary.


So if you're looking for a way to keep fighting Clinton's good fight, might we suggest some shopping? Because picking up everything from this line is the ultimate win, win.

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