I absolutely love how much empowering each other as woman has impacted the world. With that being said, have you ever wondered if you should be claiming the F-word ? To be a feminist is to be an advocate of the rights and equality of women. People often stereotype feminist as raging, bra-less females that never pick up a razor to shave and hate men (sounds kinda funny). You don’t have to be anti-man to be pro-woman.
I realized, how offensive it is for someone to tell me “I’m sure you’ll get the job you have a pretty face.” I want the job because I worked my ass off for it and I deserve it. There is nothing more satisfying than knowing I am able to achieve a goal because of my hard work, my strong will, and my intelligent brain. No matter who you are, if you strongly believe in the strength of a woman, you are a feminist. Don’t be afraid of the word, embrace it, any word that is feared has power. When a woman gives up her power, you have to question if she truly knows her worth.
Along my journey of feminism, I recently started reading “Bad Feminist” (amazing book so far). This New York Times bestseller is filled with essays concerning politics, criticism, and feminism. I instantly felt empowered, strong, and best of all, enlightened. While on this power trip I decided to stop by the ADay exhibition. This exhibition celebrates ADAY’s newly launched technical dress shirt, the “Something Borrowed Shirt”. ADAY examines the iconic white dress shirt and what it means to women today. The minute I walked through the doors I felt very welcomed. From the random photos around the gallery to the inspirational words, I instantly felt a sense of empowerment.Check out this exhibit, you won’t regret it!
Leather Moto Jacket – H&M
Gray Wool Turtleneck Sweater – Gap
Black High Waist Skinny Jeans – H&M
Black Over The Knee Boots – Ego
Navy Knit Beanie – Beacon’s Closet
Vintage Black Leather Knapsack –Buffalo Exchange
Sun Glasses – Ray-Ban
Blanket Scarf – Forever 21
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