“This inequality is real, and it is harmful and insulting to half of the American population, a half that works just as hard as the other.”
On Wednesday evening, Lu Pin spoke about how Chinese feminists use social media to spread their message of gender equality.
To represent the various ways of empowering women, the Women’s Center, the Undergraduate Government of Boston College, Women in Business, Lean In, and I Am That Girl have collaborated in developing the AdvanceHER campaign.
The negative, “meninist” response that quickly followed the Super Bowl’s airing of Always’ one-minute, #LikeAGirl commercial exposes the utter gravity of the movement—and of feminism in general.
Now is the time to take action on all of the social ills that bind us into set paths as human beings, gender-related or not.