Chidera Eggerue
Chidera Eggerue

Chidera Eggerue

Scribble Yourself Feminist
  • Scribble Yourself Feminist

  • Chidera Eggerue

    This is the dream journal for every feminist babe out there!

    This book is dedicated to the woman who wants a better world.

    The woman who's a lover, a learner but most importantly, a leader.

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    Finally, here's your chance to scribble yourself feminist with this AMAZING journal, designed to empower, inspire and entertain.

    From Chidera Eggerue, the woman behind The Slumflower and #saggyboobsmatter, and illustrated by Manjit Thapp, it's BEAUTIFUL, FUNNY, and FEMINIST.

    What's included in this BRILLIANT journal??

    ALL THIS:

    *Colouring pages featuring Manjit's beautiful illustrations of inspirational quotes and feminist heroines from around the world.

    *Witty comebacks for everyday sexism- 'cos the world needs to hear your sass!

    *Design your feminist wardrobe- design your outfit for the next march; t shirts, badges, sashes and power panties you can make as fabulous as you are.

    *Make your own 'Galentine's Day' card for the ladies you love

    *Rewrite your favourite FEMI-CLASSICS- why can't the girl save the day for once??

    *Create your own FEMINIST HALL OF FAME: draw your feminist heroes- imagine if every gallery had a feminist babes wing!

    . . . AND MUCH MORE!

    ELLE - "The millennial mastermind" (2018)
    THE DRUM - 50 of the Best Female Speakers (2018)
    DAZED - "The Peckham native is this generation's agony aunt" (2018)
    GLAMOUR - "The woman behind rising movement, #SAGGYBOOBSMATTER" (2018)
    HARPERS BAZAAR - "Her influence has received an overwhelmingly warm, amazing response" (2018)
    TEEN VOGUE - "Chidera is most focused on getting a message of body positivity across to women" (2018)

Referred to by Elle as a 'millenial mastermind', Chidera Eggerue is an award-winning blogger, Instagram star, feminist, fashionista and BLM campaigner. She writes on issues facing young women today: relationships, friendships, bullying, racism, social media, self-confidence and mental well-being. She has featured in many publications such as Elle, Vogue, and BuzzFeed and was runner up for Cosmopolitan's Disruptor of the Year award in 2018.