This time, the money will go directly to women founders looking to grow their enterprise. And look Mom! It’s not just for tech! read more
As I reflected on defining moments in my life, I was astonished by how often I drew on the work of feminists to navigate through challenging times. It turns out that, yes, experiencing gender inequality—and feeling it physically and mentally—is how I “grew a pair” of eyes to clearly see the exploitative social, political, and economic systems that work to keep women down and also develop the gumption to work to change those systems.
Currently, the majority of incubator and accelerator environments that receive government funding to attract women act more like “re-education centres.”–PK Mutch
When the red light goes on, the door of the aircraft opens. This is still one of my favourite moments of any skydive. No turning back. Take everything you’ve rehearsed and trust yourself. Trust your teammates. Breathe.
What if there was a place where young feminists preparing to enter the workforce could meet and chat with people practicing feminism in their jobs?
LiisBeth’s 4th soul stirring playlist features ten female musicians performing at this year’s Venus Fest–A music festival that celebrates feminism in the arts. It’s a brilliant collection!
I noticed plenty of women attending the conference and after parties, and I found the festival a great place to network with industry peers. But there is more to gender parity than numbers, leaving plenty of work yet to do as far as inclusion is concerned.
Is feminism uniquely prone to higher levels of divisiveness than other large global movements? Basualdo says yes.
More women are turning to entrepreneurship than ever before– Can we really afford to keep missing the mark when it comes to developing the infrastructure needed to amplify their potential?