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If you're one of the nearly 1.2 million people who follow Lena Dunham on Instagram, you might have noticed her posts flooding your feed this morning—shot after shot of her celebrity pals wearing a new T-shirt she designed for the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. So proud and pleased to share the official shirt of my book tour, on sale to benefit @PPact! http://t.co/TdriGfeT3t — Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) October 29, 2014 Need a jolt of fierce, flawless reproductive rights warriors in your life? Stop everything & go look at @lenadunham: pic.twitter.com/EqSoLIfu4r — Planned Parenthood (@PPact) October 30, 2014Dunham partnered with Planned Parenthood as part of her book tour for Not That Kind of Girl earlier this month. Proceeds from the $25 shirt will go directly to funding the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the electoral and political arm of Planned Parenthood. Oh, and if you haven't put it together just yet, the shirt seems to be part of a push to remind fans to vote on Election Day. Deepest thank you to the beautiful queens who rock the shirt and all it represents. Nov. 4th #iamwatching2014 http://t.co/S78DU8dzqz — Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) October 30, 2014Check out the posts below: