You Can Now Get Trump-Inspired "Nasty Woman" Bags

During the third presidential debate Wednesday night, Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton "such a nasty woman" — and it backfired, big time.

Women on social media rallied around #nastywoman to reclaim the phrase. And that's the hashtag Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso used when she announced she'd created a bag inspired by the comment.

The simple white bag shows Hillary Clinton wearing a studded collar on one side and the phrase "nasty woman" on the other.

The best part? She's giving all the profits to Planned Parenthood.

Coming soon to @nastygal #nastywoman all profits will go to @plannedparenthood

A photo posted by Sophia Amoruso (@sophiaamoruso) on

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Based on the comments, this one should be a best-seller. "Need not a want," someone wrote on Instagram. None other than Lena Dunham commented with three hearts.

Amoruso tweeted that the bags are coming soon to Nasty Gal, and it looks like they can't come soon enough.
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#NastyWoman by Sonejuhi Sinha - Women share their stories of being objectified and how they’re fine with now being “Nasty Women.” Sonejuhi Sinha is an award winning filmmaker working in both narrative and documentary storytelling. Her narrative short film, Love Comes Later, premiered in competition at the Cannes Film Festival and screened at over 60 film festivals internationally, garnering awards at festivals.
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