Inspire with Christy Birmingham

This week we are going to talk about Christy Birmingham. She is a writer, poet and feminist. Her writing is inspiring and motivates every woman who is going thru difficult moments. I personally love her work, Christy explains how art/poetry helped her to deal with personal issues, depression, and abuse. She is the perfect example … Continue reading Inspire with Christy Birmingham

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One Sky: A collaborative project with almost 90 female* artists and one instruction: look up.

Women Who Draw is an open directory of female* professional illustrators, artists and cartoonists. It was created by two women artists in an effort to increase the visibility of female illustrators, emphasizing female illustrators of color, LBTQ+, and other minority groups of female illustrators. One of their most recent project is called "One Sky": a collaborative project with almost … Continue reading One Sky: A collaborative project with almost 90 female* artists and one instruction: look up.

Women are making the best rock music today

The New York Times newspaper published an amazing story yesterday about 25 new bands that prove women are making the best rock music today.Here's what they wrote: "Where, exactly, have the guitars gone? Sure, there's never been a shortage of traditional rock bands - say, a mostly male, mostly white four-piece. But in the face of … Continue reading Women are making the best rock music today

via Raising Awareness of Menstruation and Sustainability in India — Girls’ Globe

During a visit to Auroville, India a couple of days ago I was happy to have the opportunity to chat briefly with Eco Femme co-founder Kathy Walkling in between customers at their busy stall at the market. I had already heard about Eco Femme before I came to India and I was exited to meet … Continue reading via Raising Awareness of Menstruation and Sustainability in India — Girls’ Globe

via The Gender Boundaries Imposed on Children in India — Girls’ Globe

Many children worldwide have grown up playing with Barbie dolls and Transformers. You can perhaps guess which children played with which toys. From the time of our birth we are taught the ways in which males and females should conduct themselves. Why does society enforce such restrictions from the moment a child is born? Too … Continue reading via The Gender Boundaries Imposed on Children in India — Girls’ Globe