The FUCK YOU collection is a response to the May 2, 2022 Supreme Court draft leak, revealing the intended overturn of Roe v Wade. In the days and weeks following, Molly Dickson (of Computer Cowgirls) created resistance art - with hopes of raising 3 million for organizations that provide abortion access across the country. The FUCK YOU collection’s smart contract and art was donated to Endaoment, a 501c3 organization, allowing them to sell 10,000 FUCK YOU NFTs. All proceeds from FUCK YOU NFTs are received by Endaoment, and granted to charities with the advisement of COWGIRLDAO. COWGIRLDAO seeks to fund organizations that provide abortion access and send a giant FUCK YOU to anyone standing in the way.
No. The FUCK YOU collection is comprised of three editions, featuring three works of art commemorating this historic moment. The artwork in each edition is exactly as shown. The three editions fall into three tiers and price-points:
6,000 "My Mom Said You're Not Supreme, Alito" NFTs for .03 eth
3,000 "Kick Rocks, Kavanaugh" NFTs for .09 eth
1,000 "Never Heard of you, Coney Barrett" NFTs for .9 eth
Each NFT is an erc-1155 token.
"My Mom Said You're Not Supreme, Alito" NFTs for .03 eth + gas
"Kick Rocks, Kavanaugh" NFTs for .09 eth + gas
"Never Heard of you, Coney Barrett" NFTs for .9 eth + gas
100% of your purchase is received by Endaoment, a 501c3 non-profit tax-exempt organization providing a wide range of of philanthropic financial services, and granted to charities with the advisement of COWGIRLDAO. Only 1.5% of your purchase is kept by Endaoment. Click here to learn more about Endaoment.
COWGIRLDAO seeks to fund organizations that provide abortion access across the nation.
A: COWGIRLDAO is the charitable arm of Computer Cowgirls, where members can vote to direct their time, energy, finances, and resources in a democratic, decentralized way. COWGIRLDAO's main objective its to fight for reproductive rights and abortion access.
No. Owning a FUCK YOU Nft does not grant you membership to COWGIRLDAO (although it does make you pretty cool). To learn more about COWGIRLDAO and how to become a member, go here.
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