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Experts Tell Us the Best Feminist Coloring Books

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Feminist Coloring Books. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Boss Babes by Michelle Volansky

This product was recommended by Charli Burbidge from Petz

Bossy Babes is one of the best purchases I ever made. I love coloring in my spare time and this book is the great mix of relaxation and being a part of the movement for women. There are so many wonderful people in there, and it really helps you to think about every person who has put their mark on the world, and you are a part of that too. There is more than just coloring, with activities to do too, so you will not get bored at all. Not only do you get some dedicated time, but you also get to hang out with some female icons. ‘


Thee Art of Me by Phyllis G. Williams

This product was recommended by Phyllis G. Williams from Progress Promoter

This coloring book is bigger than beautiful and has intricate pictures such as a peacock with a unique tail and beautiful flowers with running vines. It has thought-provoking quotes and even activities that put your life into better perspective. One reviewer said it best. It’s beauty with meaning.


Color Your Own Great Paintings By Women Artists by Marty Noble

This product was recommended by Hall W. Rockefeller from less than half

Only 15% of museum collections in the United States are made up of works by female artists. Get up close and personal with some of those works (in a way you couldn’t in a museum!) with this coloring book. Engage with images from names you know (like Frida Kahlo) to some you might not (like Virginia Woolf’s sister Vanessa Bell).


The Badass Feminist Coloring Bookby Ijeoma Oluo

This product was recommended by Brack Nelson from Incrementors Web Solutions

My niece is in her early twelve years, and I always make sure that she is receiving the right message. This book helps to pass the empowering and important message to people in a great and fun way. I would recommend this book to everyone who wants to promote and raise strong independent feminists.


Brave Ladies Who Changed the World by Kaelee Jensen

This product was recommended by Dean Jones from Societal

The book serves those ladies who have contributed to society. The book is full of super rebel girls of the series. Gift it to your favorite one. They would love the concept and enjoy coloring the book. This coloring book is an absolute hit.


The Nasty Woman Resistance by Marie Rivers

This product was recommended by Kent Oyer from MX Guardian

The book is full of impressive design, ideas, and make of a quick color session. Every design in the book featured twice with a black background and then white background. I would highly recommend this book to my friends and family.


Girls Are Not Chicks by Jacinta Bunnell

This product was recommended by Laurel Christine from Laurel Christine

I always look for wonderful books which I would give to my sister or suggest to friends or family, and I am so glad that I am suggesting this to you. This book is all about brilliant ideas for building feminists.


Oh Joy Sex Toy Coloring Book by Erika Moen

This product was recommended by Carol Queen from Good Vibrations

Erika and her partner Matthew’s adventures exploring sex and sex toys—in coloring book format! Sexy, silly and fun.


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