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My Favorite Women – Of Pride

Last month was Pride month and today is July 4th! It’s all just one big party! I know this time around there are many conflicting feelings, and Bossladies Magazine summed it up well. So as always, celebrating this country means celebrating badass women. For this month’s list of wonderful women, I’ve reached out to my great friend and resident lesbian expert, Bitty! Bitty is going to introduce us to three ladies that she admires! Enjoy! 

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My Favorite Women – February

I said it before and I’ll say it again, 2018 is the year of the woman. We will fight for equal representation, we will elect more female leaders, and we will better ourselves at uplifting one another!

Each month I’m highlighting a handful of women that are doing some really cool things. Check out some of these incredible women who did some incredible things this past month and

Happy International Women’s Day! 


1. Amanda Taub

Former human rights lawyer, Amanda Taub has quickly become one of my favorite journalists. Covering all kinds of human interests stories, Taub’s writing is both insightful and engaging – sharing the good news that is feminism!  You can read one of her recent articles and one of my favorites here, all about women experts.



2. Larkayla Mosley 

A dear friend and artist, Larkayla continues to inspire and challenge cultural norms through her art. She’s on my list of favorite women for February because she did something I think we’re all afraid to do. She took a risk and put herself out there (professionally speaking) and is now able to create art for a group of people she herself greatly admires. A refreshing and inspiring reminder that we all need to take risks.



3. Julie Greenwald

Talk about a boss! Julie Greenwald is currently the Co-Chariman of the Board and Chief Operating Officer at Atlantic Records. Basically, she’s on the of the most powerful women in the music industry. Not only that, but she was also one of many female executives that came together to write a letter in opposition of Grammy Chief Neil Portnow’s comment, claiming women need to “step it up”. Read all about it. 


4. Caitlin Stout

One of the most well-read people her age, Caitlin is someone whose passion is contagious. She’s doing incredible things for the #FaithfullyLGBTQ+ community and not apologizing for it. She has strong beliefs and a lot of love. Honestly, what more is there? This past month, she’s helped spearhead a movement across Spring Arbor University’s campus meant to make others safer and honestly more Christ-like. You can read more about her perspective on her blog!

There’s a number of things you can do to celebrate the women in your life today and there’s a number of things you can do to celebrate them every day. Here’s a few:

“Read women. Cite Women. Credit Women. Teach women. Publish women. Present women. Acknowledge women. Award women. Amplify women. Hire women. Support women. Promote women. Hear women. Believe women. Follow women. Pay women. Pay women. Pay women.” – Shailja Patel