The feminist vending machine

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Intrigued? Thought you might be. Especially if you are one of the literally hundreds of women that have tweeted your response to the #imawomanand campaign, co-created by advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy and Vagenda for the November issue of ELLE, as part of our ‘rebranding feminism initiative.
At Wieden + Kennedy’s offices on Hanbury Street, London E1 (that’s just off Brick Lane and opposite Spitalfields Market, if you’re an East London-phile) they have created what is possibly the world’s first feminist vending machine. Genius, right?
All you need to do is find the #imawomanand window (clue: it has a giant apple on it), Tweet at it with that hashtag (you can simply follow the instructions on the window) and it will print you out a sticker with your own stereotype-smashing statement. Stick it on the window – or wear it, and Tweet us a picture. Genius.
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