I see a lot of people wondering where they can get Pro-Choice/Repeal merchandise so I thought it would make sense to do a post here with all the shops I know of. I will add to the list as I come across more shops. Most importantly all the shops I list give their profits (or a percentage of profits) to Abortions Rights organisations either here in Ireland (north & south) or the UK.
Pro-Choice/Repeal the 8th Merchandise
ARC (Abortion Rights Campaign)
Tshits, totes, badges, bumper stickers, mugs and more can be got here https://www.abortionrightscampaign.ie/shop/
Black & Beech
Black & Beech have collaborated with ParentsforChoice for some products including repeal and ‘parents for choice’ t-shirts, jumpers and stickers all here > www.blackandbeech.com/product-category/repeal/
20% from every sale will go to Coalition to Repeal the 8th Amendment.
Birch & Stag
Repeal necklaces, earrings and pins feature here www.birchandstag.ie/store
‘Birch and Stag supports a rotating variety of charities each quarter, drawing from areas like women’s rights to LGBTQ+, disability, poverty and other advocacy groups, both in Ireland and abroad.”
Hun Real Issues
These do bumper stickers, t-shirts and more featuring the infamous Repeal the 8th love heart by Masser which is probably the most recognisable symbol for the #repealthe8th campaign since he did that mural in Temple Bar. Buy here www.thehunrealissues.com/shop/
Money made on merch goes back into their website and events.
Simpsons for Repeal
Irish Simpsons fans have set up a site selling really awesome and funny Repeal the 8th merch, I love it!! You choose your design and can have it on anything from t-shirts to cushions > www.simpsonsforrepeal.threadless.com
All their proceeds go to Coalition to Repeal the 8th Amendment.
Just wanted to add, there should no pressure to be buying merchandise as it’s not a fashion statement, this is a terrible law that is hurting women. The most important thing any of us can do is talk, be open about talking about how the 8th amendment affects all pregnancies in Ireland, whethercontinued or not (you can read more on how the 8th affects pregnant people here)
Even just changing your bio to #Repealthe8th or add a ‘Repeal’ frame Facebookfacebook profile is being proactive, all these little things help get convos going and in turn changing hearts and minds to have compassion and trust women/pregnant people to make their own decisions. No one else knows someone’s life best than that person.