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Content Wars #JoinTheGenderRevolution #WritingContest

Posted by Regina Carbonell Giménez on

So, there's no news. WE SUCK AT WRITING PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS.Our products are amazing, we know it, you know it and even the president knows it. But all the skills we have in illustration and design, we lack in product description writing.That's why we decided to give away YOUR FAVOURITE PRODUCT to the BEST PRODUCT DESCRIPTION!How to participate:1. Check these pics2. Write an amazing product description for each one of them.3. Send us an email with: Your name and address, your email (you agree to be subscribed to Milk Originals Newsletter), all 3 product descriptions and what will you do if you win...

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Why do we use VEGAN LEATHER in all of our leather products?

Posted by Regina Carbonell Giménez on

As a Third Wave Transfeminist business and fashion brand, we believe that veganism is part of respect and tolerance towards other living beings on this planet we all share (and not own).

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New PRONOUNS products in our store

Posted by Regina Carbonell Giménez on

Will you, like really, not get yours?   As a genderfluid woman, I am part of many FB groups of trans, non-binary and genderfluid people. And lately, I've seen a few times people asking how to make it easier for others to see which gender we do self-identify apart from the 'so binary extremes as high heels, binders, skirts or beards'. (Plus, from Milk Originals, we don't think those are necessarily man or women clothing, very soon it won't help with pronouns!)So we decided to create these awesome bags, mugs, shirts and more so you can share your message any day.Mugs,...

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New transgender supportive feminist space in Mallorca

Posted by Ryan Cox on

We are very excited to announce the opening of the International Transfeminist Space for art, education and entrepreneurship of the Balearic Islands, that will open its doors on July 1st.

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Barbie's anniversary

Posted by Regina Carbonell Giménez on

On this day in 1959, the first Barbie doll goes on display at the American Toy Fair in New York City. Eleven inches tall, with a waterfall of blond hair, Barbie was the first mass-produced toy doll in the United States with adult features. The woman behind Barbie was Ruth Handler, who co-founded Mattel, Inc. with her husband in 1945. After seeing her young daughter ignore her baby dolls to play make-believe with paper dolls of adult women, Handler realized there was an important niche in the market for a toy that allowed little girls to imagine the future. Barbie’s...

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