International Women’s Day 2022 – What bias is there to break?
This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is #BreakTheBias. But what does this truly mean and what bias is there to break?
Women leading the return to our sacredness
Women’s rights and female empowerment have been highly politicised issues throughout time, yet we remain a long way off from experiencing gender equality. Have we missed an essential factor along the way?
The fragility within self-empowerment
As women we don’t usually associate fragility with self-love, self-nurturing, and self-empowerment, but have we been on the wrong track for so long that we’ve lost sight of what it really means to feel our fragility?
Is there more to gender equality than gender balance?
The ‘Balance for Better’ theme around gender equality sounds promising, but is there more to equality than balance, and what is truly the way forward?
The corruption of true female empowerment
Women work so hard to live up to all the expectations placed on them, yet it isn’t working. What are we all missing here when it comes to the true empowerment of women?
Claiming women’s rights and female empowerment – What’s absolute honesty, responsibility and self-worth got to do with it?
Could absolute honesty, responsibility and self-worth be the key ingredients to the flourishing of women’s rights?
Recalibrating women’s rights and female empowerment through love
Imagine if we regularly produced a health and wellbeing report on society. Would we see progress in terms of achieving greater gender balance and improvement in women’s rights and empowerment – or do we need to broaden the way we look at these subjects before we experience true change?
Gender equality – does it start with women’s responsibility to themselves?
Women have been trying to gain gender equality from men for centuries, so what is our responsibility as women to ensure this happens?
International Women’s Day: In the pledge for parity, we’re fighting a war we cannot win
The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day is parity, and even though equal rights and opportunities are an enormous achievement for women, there is something far greater that we’ve been missing along the way.
A real women’s revolution is beckoning us forward
History tells us the sexual revolution has already happened but this article on the real women’s revolution questions how it has really impacted women having sex, their lives, relationships and place in the world.