On the Basis of Sex RBG giveaway

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To celebrate the Blu-ray release of On the Basis of Sex, Universal Pictures is hooking Mary Sue readers up with the chance to win the movie and a selection of Ruth Bader Ginsburg-themed items we want to keep for ourselves.

All rise!!! You’ll want to enter Universal’s Be The Boss Sweepstakes, because the prize pack for this giveaway is truly glorious. Four people will win win a Blu-ray copy of On the Basis of Sex, the movie that explores a young Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s fight for equal rights, starring Felicity Jones as RBG and Armie Hammer as her husband Marty. One lucky winner will also walk away with swag that got the Mary Sue staff yelling “AN RBG-THEMED SCRUNCHIE?”

Some highlights of the grand prize:

  • On the Basis of Sex Blu-ray
  • My Own Words book by Ruth Bader Ginsburg
  • Scarves, one of which bears the logo “EGALITE”
  • A SCRUNCHIE!!!
  • A tote bag that reads “All rise, on the basis of sex”
  • A notebook labeled “Fight for the things you care about”
  • A lace “dissent collar” 

We’ve seen quite a few giveaways in our time, but this is an instance where the Mary Sue staff said, “OK, but can we enter?” We can’t, but you can click through to enter here.

Amaze and delight the RBG devotee in your life, or amaze and delight yourself if that’s you! Good luck! Get that scrunchie.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Sweepstakes runs 4/16/19 – 4/23/19. Open only to legal residents of the United States, District of Columbia, and Canada (excluding Quebec) aged 18+. Subject to Official Rules at http://uni.pictures/BeTheBossSweeps. See Official Rules for complete details. Void where prohibited.

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