Tag: feminism

Why I Want My Daughters To Be Feminists

Have you read or seen Emma Watson’s speech to the U.N. regarding the HeForShe campaign? If you haven’t, I highly recommend you watch it now. If you don’t already know, HeForShe is a solidarity movement for gender equality which urges men, just as much as women, to get involved and take action. In the beginning of

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Science shirts for the girls; racks of camo for the boys?

I have seen many articles covering Land’s End recent addition of science-themed shirts for girls to their fall clothing line. This is great, and clearly long overdue. I don’t even have a daughter, but I’ve noticed the major anti-feminist themes running in clothing for shockingly young girls out there. I get it, and I applaud Land’s End

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Finding balance in the “versus”

I’m having an identity crisis. Mother. Activist. Wife. Blogger. Daughter. Coach. Sister. Employee. Feminist. Sometimes, I feel like all the hats I wear just don’t coordinate with my outfit, know what I mean? I identify as all the descriptors above. And, yes, they do define me as a person. I take pride in those titles,

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