National Young Feminist Leadership Conference 2018 Recap

For five years, US-based Feminist Campus, which is the student sector of the Feminist Majority Foundation host thousands of young and eager feminists in high school and college in Washington, DC at the National Young Feminist Leadership Conference. Founded in 1987, the FMF is a national, “…cutting edge organization dedicated to women’s equality, reproductive health, and non-violence. In all spheres, FMF utilizes research and action to empower women economically, socially, and politically.” Add a Comment Share

Women Championing the #METOO Movement

CW: sexual harassment and assault  If you turn on the TV, pick up a newspaper old school-style, open a social media app or load a news site lately, you’re most likely going to see something about the many sexual harassment, assault and violence allegations that are coming to light. They’ve heightened in the media since the Harvey Weinstein allegations surfaced, but the real movement was started by Gretchen Carlson over a year ago. Now, allegations have some up against Louis… Read More

International Women’s Day :: Greatest Hits

I’ve been collecting female positive images and gifs off the internet for years and I thought that today, being International Women’s Day, would be a fantastic opportunity to showcase some of them for you.  When I was young.. like in elementary school.. in fact, even in high school.. International Women’s Day was not recognized something that we recognized. I didn’t even know that there was such a thing until I ventured out of the small Southern Ontario city I grew… Read More

Betsy Greer :: Author & Founder of Craftivism

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Coming up this spring, She Zine is going to be hosting a Craftivist Night with our parent company, the BBLGM CLUB, in our Canadian home base of Toronto, ON. If things go well we hope to continue to host these events on a monthly basis and perhaps even expand into other cities over time. We reached out to craftivism founder & author of Craftivist books,Knitting for Good (2008) and Craftivism: The Art of Craft &… Read More