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1.A pair of collar earrings for anyone who is a great ~judge~ of character, and fashion.
2.A deck of cards illustrated with badass ladies from American history so your recipient can *play the woman card*.
3.A Jane Austen pin for avid readers who know exactly how long a good book should be.
4.A mug that'll make even waters-down office coffee fuel them to do their job like the effing champion they are.
5.An enamel pin to wear in honor of the women who built our country back up after WWII and the women who are continuing that progress today.
6.A bilingual board book that just might make bedtime a little repetitive when you give this to your own little superstar. If you ever try and read another book after they get this they're sure to say, "Sopra-no way!"
7.A copy of Yeonmi Park's inspirational life story to inspire whoever gets it with a story that shows the limitless strength that can come from a brave young woman and a mother's fierce love.
8.A bilingual coffee mug with one of Kahlo's most famous quotes — to remind the receiver right when they wake up to make their realities really dreamy.
9.A doll of Eleanore Rosevelt that's gonna be extra cuddly with all that Elanore Rosefelt.
10.A T-shirt they can wear to show off the congresswoman who made history this year, who also made November our new favorite month.
11.A cookbook with recipes inspired by the traditional meals of Jane Austen's era, because cooking meals from her famous books will sound like a ~novel~ idea to every Austen fan.
12.A print for anyone who likes a de-generes helping of sweets (and Ellen) featured in their home decor.
13.A board book set filled to the boxy brim with stories of powerful women, to help teach the next generation of feminists about the incredible history women have made.
14.A memoir by Mindy Kaling that'll make them laugh, cry, and start watching The Office (or, hello, The Mindy Project) all over again.
15.A sticker or pin with our three female Supreme Court Justices: Elena Kagan, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Sonia Sotomayor, that'll be the kind of ~supreme~ gift anyone would be thrilled to open up.
16.A print sure to make the person who gets it say, "Obamawww."
17.A card for when you aren't exchanging gifts, but still wanna give the gift of Oprah to all.
18.A murderino coloring book inspired by the queens of true crime, Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark, that any true crime fan would ~kill~ to color in.
19.A set of Audrey Hepburn nail decals because there is no reason to golightly on a glamorous manicure.
20.A shirt reemphasizing the words of Mary E. Britton that were revamped by Michelle Obama.
23.A Dolly candle you can give to anyone who loves a fresh scent. Just be sure to warn them that they'll have to tell people to ~Parton~ the smell if their guests aren't into candles that smell like success.
24.A picture book to remind whoever receives it how important it is be a positive force on the ~write~ side of history.
25.A set of psychologist magnets that'll really make them think twice about the founders of the science when they throw these on their fridge.
26.A copy of Michelle Obama's book for anyone who continues to be inspired by our beloved former first lady.
27.A 2019 boxed calendar with 365 moments in history made by women (from Joan of Arc to J.K. Rowling) that'll make their day.
28.A picture book all about how Jackie O saved Grand Central from destruction and kept an invaluable piece of American history intact.
29.A shirt full of female leaders, so they can actually have an interesting conversation when people compliment their outfit.
30.A board game for anyone who isn't ~playing games~ when it comes to taking down the Patriarchy.
31.A children's book that's gonna change your child's bedtime story situation forever.
32.Or a book specifically on inventions made by women, that'll teach your tiny engineer how to bloom (the trick is to start at the STEM).
33.A tote bag with some wise words from the funniest comedian/cheese enthusiast there is, which they can fill to the brim with enough snacks to keep even Liz Lemon happy.