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Last January, thousands of women, men, and non-binary folks from all over the world banded together to advocate for women’s rights and the rights of those who feel oppressed or silenced. And this year they’ll be at it again, with a Women’s March that promises to be even bigger and better than the first.
Lately we have seen a surge in wokeness. The verdict is in, and if it’s on a T-Shirt– it’s meaningful. Whether it’s Dior, Topshop or one you’ve pulled together – celebrities and common folk alike are spreading the positive vibes – in a v. fashion forward way.
Get ready to feed your Insta feed with some major Inspo!
Ring the Beyoncé alarm, because today is International Women’s Day.
And it just so happens that it’s also the day our American sisters will go on a historic strike as part of “A Day Without A Woman.” Girl power is needed now more than ever, but attending the strike is a privilege because for many women, missing a day of work isn’t in the cards.
The 6ix will celebrate International Women’s Day in a march on March 11, starting at the University of Toronto’s Medical Sciences Building and ending with a fair inside Ryerson University’s Student Learning Centre.
Don’t feel ashamed if you can’t make it to a march. Luckily, there are still things you can do to to stand in solidarity, make your voice heard and feel empowered.
Tatiana Maslany— better known as the star(s) of Orphan Black—is killing it both on and off the screen. She finally won an Emmy this year for playing the five clones on the hit sci-fi show, but that’s not the only reason to have love for her.
This month, the 31-year-old Canadian covers Fashion magazine for the first time ever. Check out our fave pics from the feature and all the reasons she’s at the top of our girl crush list under the cut!
There has never been a better time to be a feminist than right now. With the rise of the Internet, the world is more connected than ever. Millennials and Generation Zers have taken it upon themselves to use the Internet to evolve and subvert traditional notions of feminism. Today’s young feminists are taking back their bodies, thoughts and beauty regimes back from male misogyny and marketing themselves by new, empowering mean—all with the help of social media. Check out three young Internet-based fems that we can’t get enough of.
Posted by Brianne James
Tagged Feminism, Lifestyle
Happy International Women’s Day! At FORA, we like to believe that every day is IWD. Either way, we’re taking the time today to help our fellow sisters become better women, allies and WARRIORS.