The Essential Feminist Reading List...with Wine Pairings

A glass of wine and a good book is at the top of my 'Things I Wish I Had More Time For' List. Usually, when I finally do have time to sit down, relax and curl up with a good book, I don't even have a book at the ready. So I put together my own list of essential feminist reads to have on hand the next time I have time to melt into the couch. Get it here.

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Emily Davis
Meet a Nasty Woman: 5 Questions with Melissa Bird

Meet Melissa Bird. Melissa is a Nasty Woman, Ph.D., MSW and a passionate feminist whose education in social work has led to a career advocating for children, women, and their families. As a writer, life coach, professor and fiery public speaker, Dr. Bird creates the genesis for a new brand of leadership. Prepare to get inspired here.

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Emily Davis
Channel Your Inner Patriot

At this time of year, as we reflect on patriotism and what it means to us, we've put together our favorite definitions of patriotism. We hope it inspires you and reminds you of the greatness that we, as Americans, are capable of. Channel your inner patriot here.

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Emily Davis
Meet a Nasty Woman: 5 Questions with Cristal Veronica

Meet Cristal Veronica. Cristal is a Nasty Woman and proud Queer Chicana feminist photographer. She felt a strong pull to document folks making decisions about what love looks like to them, and not compromising their values for societal standards and chose to focus her business, Cristal Veronica Photos, solely on LGBTQ folks and people of color. Learn more about Cristal here.

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Emily Davis
Meet a Nasty Woman: 5 Questions with Fran Dunaway

Meet Fran Dunaway. Fran is a Nasty Woman and the CEO and co-founder of TomboyX. She and her wife, Naomi Gonzalez, started it as a little side business that has turned into brand that resonates with women and girls around the world. TomboyX makes underwear with a focus on fit and quality for every body and promotes inclusivity, body positivity and kindness. Learn more about Fran here.

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Emily Davis
Nominate a Nasty Woman

If you follow our social media channels or subscribe to our emails, you know we love to shine the spotlight on our fellow Nasty Women. From the movers and shakers featured on our wine labels to the interviews and stories we share about inspiring Nasty Women on our blog, we are always looking to connect with female powerhouses. Who do you know that deserves to share their story and be featured on our blog, social media and newsletter? Nominate a Nasty Woman to be featured by NASTY WOMAN WINES here.

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Emily Davis
Sip Northwest: Empowered Imbibing

Sip Northwest Magazine put together a lovely little piece on beer and wine brands that are using their platforms to make a push for gender equality. NASTY WOMAN WINES Founder Meg Murray is featured, along with some other great brands you should know about. Learn more here.

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Emily Davis
Meet a Nasty Woman: 5 Questions with Vania Kurniawati

Meet Vania Kurniawati. Vania is Nasty Woman and badass. At work, she moves people to action with a compelling story and a clear ask. Outside of work, she works with Kal Academy, a non-profit coding academy dedicated to providing high-quality tech training to place women and minorities in high-paying tech jobs. Read our interview with Vania and get inspired here.

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Emily Davis
Meet Nasty Women Mother & Daughter Duo: Andrea & Bronte La Rue

When Founder Meg Murray conceived NASTY WOMAN WINES on Election Day 2016, she called on her friends and connections to help her pull together a wine brand in record time. Andrea La Rue, Nasty Woman and Owner of Nectar Graphics, a boutique design studio, helped create the branding and packaging. Meg knew she wanted an image that represented a strong, powerful woman and she found it in a photograph of Andrea's daughter, Bronte. We interviewed both mother and daughter as they were instrumental in bringing the brand to life. Learn more here.

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Emily Davis
Meet a Nasty Woman: 5 Questions with Andrea Dunlop

Andrea Dunlop is an author, publishing and marketing consultant and Nasty Woman. She is the author of the novels Losing the Light and She Regrets Nothing, and the novella Broken Bay all from Atria Books/ Simon & Schuster. Andrea is passionate about using books as a tool to help build empathy, change people's perceptions and give marginalized people a voice. Check out our interview with Andrea and get her advice on getting involved here.

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Emily Davis