“The 2017 San Francisco Women’s March will remain a highlight of my life. I never thought I would see so many women and men standing up for Women’s Rights.

Now, I make everyday a Women’s March day and am delighted with the engaged response I get from people when I wear my MINE t-shirt.”

Make everyday a Women’s March Day by joining The Mine Movement and wearing your MINE T-shirt as a symbol of self respect and as a statement of support of feminine wisdom and personal autonomy.

I first created these images as my healing response to the Billy Bush-Donald Trump Access Hollywood video. Within days I then transformed them into a healing force for women around the world who are ready to claim the power and creative expression that resides in our wombs.

Join me in claiming your healing from past and present experiences, invoking your feminine wisdom and accepting the autonomy that is on offer when we engage the responsibility of being the leader of our own life.

There is a reason my womb is inside my body; it’s MINE to decide how to engage with the world.

Blue Delta of Venus $25

Unisex Sizes:

Black Delta of Venus $25

Unisex Sizes

For international orders, please email me and I’ll calculate your shipping charges manually.

The Nasty Women of Oakland Art Exhibit 2017

The Mine Movement T-shirts are printed at a local Asheville printing company. They are 100% cotton which means they will shrink if you put them in the dryer.

We use T-shirts from a US company committed to environmental sensitivity and the respectful treatment of their employees. They use a solar powered sewing & cutting floor and are committed to maintaining and upholding responsible workplace and environmental standards.These are not sweat shop made or assembled T-shirts. All of their US production and office facilities have received Gold accreditation from Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production, an independent 3rd party certifying body whose mission is to promote ethical, humane and lawful conditions and practices in all manufacturing facilities. Companies accepted into the WRAP organization go through an extensive application process in which manufacturing facilities, working environments, and worker’s rights are inspected and approved by the WRAP association. While I have not inspected the facilities myself, I am told the T-shirt manufacturer only works with partners who share WRAP’s values of a humane and safe workplace.  They are in the process of getting all of their international facilities WRAP certified as well.