Cards Against Humanity's New 'For Her' Version Perfectly Trolls The 'Pink Tax' For A Great Cause

The "party game for horrible people" is doing good.

if there's one thing the creators of Cards Against Humanity — the "party game for horrible people" — are good at, it's trolling. Their latest victim is the "pink tax," the colloquial term for arbitrary overpricing of unisex products, like razors and deodorant, when marketed to women. 


Enter Cards Against Humanity For Her. This new version boasts exclusively feminine features such as being "exactly the same as the original Cards Against Humanity game, but the box is pink and it costs $5 more." 

Not only does the game "pair nicely with a glass of chilled white wine," it is "there for you when you need a good cry," and even "hydrates, lifts, and revives." In short, it does everything female products promise to do, but very rarely deliver on — and more! 

And by "more," we actually mean something pretty powerful. 

Profits from every box of Cards Against Humanity for Her will be donated to EMILY's List, which helps elect "pro-choice Democratic women" to office so they can fight discrimination on every level, from rose-colored razors to reproductive rights. 

And if female empowerment isn't worth a few extra bucks, we don't know what is. 


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