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Cards Against Humanity For Her Is the Exact Same Game But Pink & It Costs More

Because we're worth it!

Women have long been subjected to totally meaningless, usually inconvenient differences in products made for them vs. those designed for men. Why don’t all skirts and dresses have pockets? Why do so many of our pants have those pointless shallow fake pockets? Why do our clothes cost so much more? Why does everything have to be pink?

Cards Against Humanity has now released a just-for-women version of their famously irreverent game that’s just as asinine as other *for her* products, but with a notable difference: it’s deliberate.

The game contains the exact same cards as the original box, but costs $5 more, “Because we’re worth it.” You still may not be convinced. Luckily, there’s a handy Q&A section on their website. In answers all our lady-questions. Like, what is this?

Answer: “A stylish game created just for her. It’s trendy, quirky, and only takes minutes for us ladies to understand. The cards are soft and won’t slip out of your hands. Perfect for Margarita Nights!”

Okay, but should I buy it if I already own the regular Cards Against Humanity?

Answer: “Treat yourself! Say yes to the dress. Find the best color to wear for your skin tone. Stay in with the girls.”

Is this product necessary?

Answer: “It’s adorable. It’s cute. Self-care. Take time for yourself. Chia bowl. Perfect on your coffee table or bookshelf. Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. Brunch. Cheat day. Nasty women. Yaaaaaaaas queen! Good vibes only. Activated charcoal. Gender Reveal Party. Avocado face peels. You’re such a Miranda. Paleo.”

In all seriousness, Card Against Humanity–which has a long history of donating huge amounts of money to various charities–is donating all proceeds from this pack to Emily’s List, an organization we’re mighty fond of around here. An overpriced, unnecessary, pink product that helps get women elected to public office? Sold.

(via Twitter, image: CAH)

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Vivian Kane (she/her) has a lot of opinions about a lot of things. Born in San Francisco and radicalized in Los Angeles, she now lives in Kansas City, Missouri with her husband Brock Wilbur and too many cats.