As evil as it is hanks to social media we can share a laugh, feel connected, challenge what we believe in and be better. I know that the TInder Translators account has made me both laugh hard and be better! So I am thrilled to have discovered more about the woman behind the account and to have the privilege to shout about her!
Elena Lersch is the artist behind our autumn collection. Check her interview to know more about her, her feminist views, why she chose the Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network as the associations linked to her collection and much more
It is important to understand that a lot of the choices that we make are massively pushed by society, but it doesn’t mean that we need to reject them, we might actually love them! Being conscious of the way the world and society are built is useful to make our choices more informed and broad.
I wanted to talk in this video about situation in which there is no rape but things are still wrong. Situations in which there is one part coming home feeling guilty and ashamed and it is often the wrong person. This is a story to show men the part of the story that they are missing and how important is to be aware of the other half.
If you are in Northern Ireland and you are a feminist you most likely know Kellie Turtle. She lives and breathes feminism, she is in the middle of rallies, grassroots organisations, social media debates and basically any initiative related to feminist activism.
So I am beyond delighted to bring her words to the website for you all to hear more about her and what she is all about!
Niamhis a young woman herself and she has made it her purpose in life to help others like her to find their voice, goals and worth in a world in which seems like there is one way only to be successful.
We can't agree more with the idea of women following their passions, being fulfilled personally and professionally and redefining what success is for them.
Allyship: A lifelong process of building relationships based on trust, consistency, and accountability with marginalized individuals and/or groups of people. not self-defined—work and efforts must be recognized by those you are seeking to ally with.
Today we are interviewing Hannah Wilson, Tedx Speaker, Co-Founder of #WomenEd, Founder of #DiverseEd and LeaninGirlsUk andCo-Host of the #FastForwardDiversityInclusion webcast...and that is just in her free time!
Chandana Hiram shares her views on being a dark-skin woman in India. Her reflections on the power of media and why she decided to do something about it. Her petition in change.org asking the company "fair and lovely" owned by unilever to change her name and strategy is making a massive impact.
We interview Chandana Hiram, the young woman behind the petition that has put the brand "fair and lovely" owned by Unilever in a very uncomfortable position. With over 33 thousand signatures so far she is demanding a less racist approach to beauty in India.
I think it is fair to ask ourselves how we expect girls to not fall into that trap when we constantly praise them for their physical appearance. How can we expect them to believe us when we say that "what really matters is what's on the inside" when they are bombarded by unrealistic beauty expectations and surrounded by adults talking about dieting, calories and sizes?