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Revitalizing Women’s Sexuality, One Member at a Time

In the 1970s, Germaine Greer called out patriarchal social norms that cut women off from expressing their innate sexuality and true desires. The good news is today’s sex and body-positive entrepreneurs are here to disrupt those norms—once and for all. read more

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A Cure for Chaos: A Playlist To Feed Your Heart and Mind

A Cure for Chaos: A Playlist To Feed Your Heart and Mind

This week, LiisBeth invited Urbanology, a Toronto-based lifestyle and music magazine, to curate a playlist for readers looking for a cure—and to discover new artists in the process. Enjoy!

LiisBeth Dispatch #24

LiisBeth Dispatch #24

In this issue: Resistance/Activist entrepreneurs; Are women really rejecting gender based incubators? Plus six mini-profiles and “can’t miss” events for February and March!

Call in the Squad

Call in the Squad

An entrepreneur envisioned a women’s entrepreneur support site she could turn to when she got the business blues. Despite the non-believers, Bourgoin managed to raise $350,000—$250,000 from the Nova Scotia venture capital firm Innovacorp and the rest from a handful of angel investors.

Why Jamal Marched for the First Time

Why Jamal Marched for the First Time

“My eight-year-old son did not want me to leave. He said, ‘It’s too dangerous Mama. Please don’t go. I love you. Just email them your concerns.'”

THE MAKING OF A WALL STREET FEMINIST

THE MAKING OF A WALL STREET FEMINIST

Group think was the real cause of the 2008 financial crash. “As someone who had a front-row seat,” she explains, “there were no evil geniuses pulling the strings.” Just guys who all look and think alike, and as a result, “didn’t see it coming.”–Sallie Krawcheck

LiisBeth Dispatch #23

LiisBeth Dispatch #23

In this issue, Can #movethedial Move It? Plus LiisBeth Snapchat coverage of the DC Womens March, New Nasty Woman Press Startup, B Corp Diversity Metrics and More!

How to Be a Bold Betty

How to Be a Bold Betty

Three founders who wanted more out of their careers created a business that helps other women discover themselves through the power of adventure.

Dispatch #22

Dispatch #22

Predictions for 2017, Meet Dimple Mukherjee, learn about 52feminists.com and find out why engineers create robots with feminine qualities.

Dimple Mukherjee Finds Her Voice—And Founds A Business

Dimple Mukherjee Finds Her Voice—And Founds A Business

“I didn’t learn to speak, metaphorically, until I left my parents’ home and went to university.” –Mukherjee

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