Month: April 2017

10 Inspiring Feminist Campaigns You Should Know

The last several years have transcended feminist ativism into digital landscape, as activists became increasingly skilled at creating movements and conversations online. Here is a look at ten inspiring feminist campaigns from the past five years, which show achievements worth celebrating.

/ April 27, 2017

Women In Digital: How Alaina Shearer Founded An Association For The Like-Minded Digital Nerds

How hard can it be to make it big in the Digital Marketing field? This is the story of Alaina Shrearer, a fearless leader and digital nerd, who paved her way to success in this competitive industry and is now a leader of the Women In...

/ April 27, 2017

“I am Jane Doe”: How Mary Mazzio Documents Online Child Trafficking

A new documentary by Mary Mazzio will become true revelation and shock for every American family. “I am Jane Doe” tells about young girls who fell into the clutches of pimps and was marketed as escorts on Backpage.com.

/ April 27, 2017

Asexual In A Relationship: “I Want To Change For His Sake” | #Asexuality

Femininity and elegance are the first words that came to my mind when I saw her. Dark blue trench matched her “deep” eyes, emphasizing amazing sense of fashion. After we reached the park, we sat on the bench and Sonya started her story.

/ April 27, 2017

Build A Movement: How To Start Big Changes

The Build a Movement is a non-profit and non-governmental organization which is supporting activists and movements fighting for human rights, democracy, and justice. The BAM helps activists by developing educational material on movement building and technological tools to evade surveillance, censorship, and harassment.

/ April 27, 2017

Think Of Us: Creating Positive Future For Young People Together

Think of Us is a US educational platform created to develop self-coaching activities and generate interactive content and information resources for youth to enrich life skills curriculums.

/ April 27, 2017

Tinder Project: How Ji-Yeon Kim Shows People’s Loneliness And Identity Crisis

Ji-yeon Kim, a Korean Berlin-based artist, created her Tinder Project, which gained controversial discussions as it shows the people’s loneliness and identity crisis through the portraits of Tinder users.

/ April 27, 2017

From Disability To Diversability With Tiffany Yu

Tiffany Yu is a founder of Diversability, a social good company working to rebrand disability through the power of community. The goal is to foster community online and off to connect, showcase, and empower people of all abilities doing amazing things.

/ April 26, 2017

Two Sides Of The Genetic Coin: How To Survive If You Don’t Feel Pain?

Have you ever dreamed about a superpower? If so, I have good news for you! It’s possible! People with painlessness exist! But the question is is it a gift or a scourge? Steven Pete and Pam Costa shared how to survive if you feel pain constantly...

/ April 26, 2017