Support Roe vs. Wade in Style: 14 T-Shirts and Accessories that Give Back to Reproductive Justice

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Looking for a stylish t-shirt or accessory this season? How about one that also supports a person's right to choose how to handle their body and life? While the best way is to donate directly to an abortion fund (this link will take you to an Act Blue site where your donation will be spread amongst 80+ different abortion funds), if you wish to share your thoughts with style, I have some suggestions below:

Support Roe vs. Wade in Style: 14 T-Shirts, Sweatshirts, and Accessories that Support Reproductive Justice


Woman Power t-shirt, available at Otherwild in a collaboration with Herstory. Available in sizes XS-XXL, 100% of profits from this shirt are donated to abortion access for women in Texas.

1973 hat

This 1973 hat, designed by prinkshop, recognizes the historic year Roe v. Wade was decided — and the promise of freedom to control our bodies, lives, and futures. $5 from the sale of every hat is donated to The National Institute for Reproductive Health (NIRH).

we wont go back sweatshirt

This soft fleece sweatshirt from The Outrage states “we won't go back” with coathanger imagery that was used by organizers in the 1970's to represent the danger of abortions prior to 1973. This sweatshirt is available in sizes XS-2XL and with each purchase donations are made to organizations fighting for reproductive justice.

tshirt abortion fund

This 100% cotton crewneck long sleeve tee from National Network of Abortion Funds states, “Paying for people's abortions is a revolutionary political act.” It is available in sizes XS-5XL.

miso bottle tee

Featuring a bottle of misoprostol, you can get this graphic on a t-shirt (four colors available), a tank, or a sweatshirt in sizes S-3XL. This shirt supports Women Have Options, the state abortion fund for Ohio.

MyUterusMyOpinion unisexcrewneck TheBee TheFox 26 1080x

My uterus, my opinion states this shirt from sustainable, femme-focused The Bee & The Fox. Available in sizes S-XXL, The Bee & The Fox supports organizations that share their feminist values.

roe trucker cap

This trucker cap simply states, ‘Roe” yet it says so much. As The Outrage states on the hat's page, “Roe is the floor, not the ceiling.” With every purchase of this navy colored trucker cap, a donation is made to organizations fighting for reproductive justice.

at home abortion tee

Did you know that you can buy abortion pills online and take them yourself, outside of a medical context? This t-shirt from Shout Your Abortion has a cartoon explaining a chemical abortion using misoprostol. Available in sizes XS-3XL, this shirt directly supports Shout Your Abortion.

youre not the boss of v

This white t-shirt available at Social Goods states, “You are not the boss of V” and is available in sizes S-XXL. For every t-shirt sold, $5 is donated to The Lilith Fund to support their work helping women pay for abortions when they can not afford it. 

fund abortion barettes

Glam up your ‘do and support abortion funds with these sparkly rhinestone barrettes from the National Network of Abortion Funds store. Choose one or both barrettes and your purchase will directly support the National Network of Abortion Funds.

abortion should be legal shirt

Straight and to the point, this football-inspired t-shirt through Bonfire states, “Abortion should be legal, accessible, & funded.” Available in sizes S-2XL, this graphic is also available on a v-neck tee and a tank at the same link. This purchase supports Women Who Have Options, Ohio's independent abortion fund.

DontTreadOnMe Standard 1000x

“Don't tread on me” but with the snakes representing a uterus… I love this t-shirt from Raygun. Available in sizes XS-3XL in standard fit and S-XL in a snug fit, this shirt is sweatshop-free and designed and printed by union labor. Sales of this shirt support these organizations.

chelsea handler my body my choice shirt

This t-shirt from The Outrage states, “It's my body, it's my choice” and here is modeled by comedian Chelsea Handler. This shirt is available in sizes XS-4XL and with every purchase, a donation will be made to organizations fighting reproductive justice.

dna test

A little humor with your outrage? This shirt says, “I just took a DNA test, turns out I'm 100% pro choice” and it comes in a long sleeved or short sleeved tee or sweatshirt in a range of colors and sizes XS-4XL. This shirt's profits directly support Carafem.

There are no affiliate links in this post so every dollar goes to support abortions remaining legal.
Wardrobe Oxygen also made donations this week to the Baltimore Abortion Fund, the DC Abortion Fund, and The Brigid Alliance.

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  1. Thank you for this! I will definitely be ordering a couple of these items. I’d also like to add Metal Marvels to the list if you are the cussing type….and even if you aren’t, this seems like a good time to start!

  2. Thank you for posting this! Made some purchases and it’s important that we visibly show our support.

  3. Thanks for including Raygun! They’re such a fab company and support many great causes through ethical work. Their Chicago store was in my old hood and I buy so many gifts from them. (not affiliated with them, just a fan.)

  4. So sad that many of the people who are against abortion are the same people who thought it was acceptable to allow a million people to die from Covid rather than following science and the same people who think it’s ok to separate immigrant babies from their mothers. Thank you Allison for taking a stand on this issue.

  5. Thank you for posting this today. It’s just horrible to see they way certain people are determined to take us back to the not so good old days. Can’t tell us to wear masks b/c “my body my choice” but sure don’t mind controlling our uterus. UGH.

  6. I was in 8th grade when Roe v Wade passed. I remember it clearly. My mother was ecstatic that women finally were being given control of their own bodies.

  7. Thank you so much. I love that your focus on being who you are in the body you have is holistic and includes really having ownership of that body!

  8. At the beginning of the pandemic, all I could think was, I’m glad my mother is dead. She had been in assisted living and the isolation would have killed her — literally. But, I’m even more glad she’s gone now. She worked for Planned Parenthood for more than 40 years — the Supreme Court’s apparent decision would have paralyzed her with shame and dread.

      1. Touche!! I’m supporting this cause.

        I was 18 in 1973, and was one of the first patients to have had an abortion. My boyfriend at the time and I were not ready for a baby. We weren’t compatible either; we broke up about a year later.

    1. But you do support children being forced to give birth after being raped? Or women dying from ectopic pregnancies? Sounds like maybe you do support murder.

    2. What does that mean? That you withhold your taxes because you don’t support the military, (387,072 civilians killed since 9/11), that you support the innocence project (which has freed over 3,000 people some of whom where sentences to death).

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