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A rock band that works with women in prison orders Punk Rock Isn't Just For Your Boyfriend bumper stickers.

A teenage boy also gets one for his girlfriend.

A lawyer working in Chile gets Girl Power shoelaces for a girls' soccer team.

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Jen
Arlington, VA

Baby Shower
"My friend is having a baby girl... I'm doing party favors with the products from you. I was excited to see all of the stuff you have... it's exactly what I was looking for!"

Helen
Washington, DC

"Loie went to her first rock concert—at the zoo—and wore a very appropriate outfit [her girls rock t-shirt]."

Lynne
Columbus, OH

"Thanks for offering such great girl pride products! My daughter will be starting kindergarten in style this fall with your pencils and shoelaces."

Blair
Denton, TX

"I'm giving stickers to all of my friends that auditioned for this year's production of The Vagina Monologues!!!! Thank you so much for offering things like this."

Sue
Violence Against Women Integrated Services, Victoria, Australia

"I was on the organising committee of Reclaim the Night in Warrnambool last year, and we used the I fight like a grrl poem to engage the girls at the local secondary school. They just love it. Often they canít articulate their oppression and rage and it just gives them a framework and context to understand their experiences and anger. The reason why I ordered the poster this time is that I have a woman staying with me because she is a victim of domestic violence and she saw it in some of my old files so I am giving it to her as a gift. Cheers and keep up the good work."

Connie
Girls Inc. of Bay County, Panama City, FL

"A couple of years ago we ordered the poster "I Fight Like a Girl" for our teen room here at Girls Inc. of Bay County. I decided to order the gifts we are giving our girl honorees from you this year."

Diana
Pueblo, CO

"I really love your website. I work for the Girl Scouts, with the majority of my time focusing upon middle school girls and their healthy development -- your stickers are a GREAT way to promote a positive message!!"

Dina
Cherry Hill, NJ

"I am a teacher at an elementary school and I am asked for a bandaid every single day. I think these will be a hit and look forward to using them. Much more fun than Spongebob!!!!"

Margaret
St. Louis, MO

Margaret with an "I'm so Happy to be a Girl" sticker.

Rachel
Acworth, GA

"I am a 24 year old female who rides dirt bikes, and since it is mainly a sport for the male gender I wanted stickers showing that I was in fact female. I happened to come upon your site after looking through many sites and was very happy with the selection you offer. And the stickers are working great. I have given quite a few of the ones I ordered away to friends as well as put them on my bike."

Jossie
Takoma Park, MD

Jossie's shoes laced up with "Action Not Glamour" shoelaces.

Summer
Los Angeles, CA

Summer, a middle school science teacher, keeps "Happy to be a Girl" pencils and "Action Not Glamour" pens in her desk at school. Whenever a student doesn't have something to write with they can come up to her desk and pick a pen or pencil to borrow. But before they can use it, they have to yell the slogan out to the whole class.