What is #MyFeminismIs All About? The majority of the public already believes in the equality of “ALL genders,” and that is exactly what Feminism is,”the social, economic and political equality of ALL genders." The objective of the #MyFeminismIs campaign is to paint a broad, inclusive and intersectional picture of the Feminism as we continue to challenge and change the conversation around equal rights.
The Ms. Foundation recorded interviews with over 42 participants including advocates, activists, writers, philanthropic leaders and organizers. Participants included TV host Melissa Harris-Perry, comedian and co-creator of the Daily Show Lizz Winstead, President and CEO of the Victory Fund Aisha Moodie-Mills and former NFL Football Player and LGBT Advocate Wade Davis. Each interviewer was asked why they were a Feminist, what they believe intersectional Feminism looks like and why they believe in Feminism.
Why Feminism? What Now? Revisiting a very needed conversation around Feminism is critical especially in this day when the values around equality and fairness are are relevant. We live in a time when each person holds a responsibility to push for change and challenge and rewrite history/herstory to reflect who we are in an accurate way.
The majority of the public already believes in the equality of “ALL genders,” we just want to make sure people understand that, that is exactly what Feminism is. The objective of this campaign is to paint a broad, inclusive and intersectional picture of Feminism as we continue to challenge and change the conversation around equal rights.
Join the Conversation! Tell Us What Your Feminism Looks like.’ We want people to send us their stories, definitions and pictures via email, MsComms@ms.foundation.org. We also want people to Tweet and Post what their Feminism looks like with the hashtag, #MyFeminismIs. This campaign is about starting a dialogue and we want everyone to be a part of the conversation.