Post Tagged with: "stereotypes"

Platform Launches India’s First “Gender-Cool” Merchandise For Kids To Build Awareness About Stereotypes

Platform Launches India’s First “Gender-Cool” Merchandise For Kids To Build Awareness About Stereotypes

If you aren’t yet familiar with the web platform Candidly, we highly suggest checking them out. They are a platform based out of India created to drive candid conversations on […]

July 11, 2018 ×
How Contemporary TV & Female Characters Play A Major Role Impacting Female Audiences

How Contemporary TV & Female Characters Play A Major Role Impacting Female Audiences

By Zofia Wijaszka Images of heroines in film and television industry are changing. Entertainment companies noticed that themes with females in the main role are starting to become really popular. […]

March 28, 2018 ×
How More Women In Powerful Positions Are Changing The Scope & Definition Of Leadership

How More Women In Powerful Positions Are Changing The Scope & Definition Of Leadership

Modern women are paving the way for a unique style of leadership that is confident, influential, and effective. Though in present times, organizations are actively looking to hire women for […]

February 7, 2018 ×
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Photo Stock Agency Releases Gender-Focused Data Around Depictions Of Certain Professions

There was a lot of talk in 2017 about the evolution of images portrayed of women in stock photography. Rewind just a couple decades, and most images of women floating […]

February 5, 2018 ×
Indian Feminist Authors Create Children’s Book Series To Challenge Harmful Gender Norms

Indian Feminist Authors Create Children’s Book Series To Challenge Harmful Gender Norms

A group of feminists in India are working to chip away at harmful cultural gender norms that do not have a place in the world in 2018. Collectively they are […]

January 16, 2018 ×
Five Stereotypes About Female Authors That Need To Be Permanently Erased

Five Stereotypes About Female Authors That Need To Be Permanently Erased

By Kevin Nelson It might sound surprising to some of us but a different attitude towards male and female writing still exists, and it affects publishing more than some of […]

January 9, 2018 ×
Is The 4th Industrial Revolution The Era Where Feminine Leadership Traits Are The Norm?

Is The 4th Industrial Revolution The Era Where Feminine Leadership Traits Are The Norm?

By Fateme Banishoeib Technology, automation, virtual reality and innovation are shaking the world of business more than in any previous industrial revolution. Machines have been taking our jobs for centuries. […]

September 26, 2017 ×
UK Eliminating Gender Stereotypes In Advertising, Saying They Are Harmful To Society

UK Eliminating Gender Stereotypes In Advertising, Saying They Are Harmful To Society

Many of us are familiar with the saying “sex sells”, and for a long time, that has been true of the advertising industry. Women’s bodies being used as literal objects […]

August 15, 2017 ×
Plus Size Badass Dolly Singh Is Busting The Myth That Only Some Bodies Are Made For Yoga

Plus Size Badass Dolly Singh Is Busting The Myth That Only Some Bodies Are Made For Yoga

If you have ever read the comments under an image of a plus size or curvy person doing pretty much anything, especially when they are talking about body-positivity, you will […]

August 2, 2017 ×
Meet The Muslim Feminist Activist Breaking Stereotypes, Promoting Education & Women’s Rights

Meet The Muslim Feminist Activist Breaking Stereotypes, Promoting Education & Women’s Rights

In an era of Trump-led politics in the US, breaking down stereotypes and speaking out against fear and lies is an imperative. Probably the ONLY good thing we’ve seen since […]

June 20, 2017 ×
It Is More Than Just Stereotypes Contributing To The Lack Of Women In The Engineering Field

It Is More Than Just Stereotypes Contributing To The Lack Of Women In The Engineering Field

By Molly Connell Kids constantly hear that if they study hard and work hard for it, they can become whoever they want to. Sounds good, but is that all? Working […]

April 17, 2017 ×
How I Learned I Don’t Have To Only Cast Straight, White Cis-Gendered Men As My Web Series Love Interest

How I Learned I Don’t Have To Only Cast Straight, White Cis-Gendered Men As My Web Series Love Interest

By Alex Spieth My journey to changing “the internet world as we know it” all started with pretty un-woke conversation when I was trying to cast a role in the […]

March 30, 2017 ×
FEMINIST FRIDAY: I Can’t Keep “Quiet” & “Pretty Big Movement” Destroying Dance Stereotypes

FEMINIST FRIDAY: I Can’t Keep “Quiet” & “Pretty Big Movement” Destroying Dance Stereotypes

Hello Friday, we’ve been waiting for you and now you are here! We love ending the week with our Feminist Friday series, where we get to share the videos we […]

January 27, 2017 ×
India’s First Female Commando Dr. Seema Rao Has Been Training Indian Forces For 2 Decades

India’s First Female Commando Dr. Seema Rao Has Been Training Indian Forces For 2 Decades

If the phrase “fight like a girl” had a visual definition, it would be Dr. Seema Rao. She is known as India’s lone female commando trainer and has dedicated her […]

January 25, 2017 ×
British MC Challenges Stereotypes With Her Feminism, Islamic Faith & Hip Hop Music

British MC Challenges Stereotypes With Her Feminism, Islamic Faith & Hip Hop Music

Back in 2015 we shared a post about two British artists who were breaking barriers and challenging stereotypes merely with their presence. The female hip hop duo known as Poetic […]

October 24, 2016 ×