If you loved the original Cards Against Humanity, have a vagina and a sense of humor, then the new For Her edition is going to sweep you off your feet and into a warm bubble bath. (John Legend mood music and Instagram picture of your legs is optional, but highly recommended.)
“Why do I need this,” you ask? Well, it’s LIMITED EDITION, it’s pink, it’s exactly the same as the original game, and it will cost you $30 instead of $25. But before you rage about the added $5 lady tax, we did the research and found out why. All proceeds from this purchase go towards Emily’s List, an organization that gets pro-choice, democratic women elected into office. If you heard a crashing sound just now it’s the goddam glass ceiling shattering.
The feisty-ass women behind the For Her version of your favorite game are pure marketing geniuses.
In addition to the cards you already know and love (“Bees?” being my personal fave), For Her was made with you in mind:
- Treat yourself!
- Say yes to the dress.
- Find the best color to wear for your skin tone.
- Chia bowl.
- Perfect on your coffee table or bookshelf.
- Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
- Cheat day.
- Nasty women.
- Yaaaaaaaas queen!
- Good vibes only.
- Activated charcoal.
- Gender Reveal Party.
- Avocado face peels.
- You’re such a Miranda.
And if you’re looking to spice up your humdrum game night even more, there’s also a Period Pack expansion set.
The 30-card Period Pack is great for that special time of the month when crying from the cramps should be turned into tears of laughter. And then immediately back into tears of suffering. Plus, it’s lightly scented to prevent embarrassing smells, you know, down there.
So put a bottle of rosé on ice and get your squad together for a game night in, because you deserve to just veg out. But be warned, Cards Against Humanity For Her isn’t responsible for menstruation syncing.