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Let the card games begin.
The presidential campaign-inspired “The Woman Card[s]” deck has finally been produced and sister-brother team Zebby and Zach Wahls have unveiled the finished product to the masses. As promised, the deck features a host of influential women including Hillary Clinton, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Beyonce, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman and others.
Two bonus cards have been added, featuring Ellen DeGeneres and Betty White as jokers.
The project was launched on Kickstarter after Donald Trump famously accused Hillary Clinton of playing “the woman card” and she responded by saying, “Deal me in.” The Wahls siblings raised more than $150,000 to design and manufacture the 54-card deck. Zebby designed the art for the 15 American women and is selling prints of the women in addition to the playing cards.
Zach said that they have received orders for more than 10,000 decks and 750 prints. The $19.99 deck and $47.99 prints are now available for pre-order.
“We have been totally overwhelmed by the generosity of those who supported this project, and we hope everyone enjoys this deck of cards as much as we’ve enjoyed bringing it to life,” said Zebby.
“My sister crushed it,” said Zach. “The artwork, the design of the box, every single detail started with her. She did a really wonderful job.”
Here’s a list of the women featured in the deck:
Ace: Hillary Clinton
King: Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Jack: Clara Barton
10: Sylvia Rivera
9: Amelia Earhart
8: Harriet Tubman
7: Mary Cassatt
6: Susan B. Anthony
5: Wilma Rudolph
4: Rosa Parks
3: Ida B. Wells
2: Dr. Sally Ride
Big Joker: Betty White
Small Joker: Ellen DeGeneres
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