There are a million different brands of feminists. There are a million different ways to express your beliefs, structure your family, pursue your career, or put your pants on as a feminist. And guess what? Each of us is still a feminist.
Even if you couldn’t attend the exclusive Forbes 2018 Women’s Summit, you can still take away some of the main lessons from the event surrounding purpose and identity.
When we explore the socially constructed gender norms for men and women, it does not take long to recognize that the ideal behavior for men aligns with key characteristics we expect to see in leaders, while the ideal behavior for women aligns with the supporting roles. This is especially true when we outline expectations for how each gender communicates.
How the book Too Fat, Too Slutty, Too Loud challenges women to be their most unruly selves.
Starting with yourself can be one of the most empowering steps of all in the fight for true equality, and you already have the tools.
Everyone created a Morse Code Necklace showcasing their most valuable strengths that they can wear to any big interviews, class presentations, or other scary life moments when they need to remember how amazing they are.
It has come to my attention that Saturday, January 14th is “National Vision Board Day”. Like most other nationally recognized “Days”, I don’t really care how or why vision boards have their own day. Like National Dog Day, National Donut Day, or National Sibling Day, I will blindly celebrate without question, and encourage my friends to do the same.