Tag Archives: Feminism

Podcast #94: Feminism is the word of the year

Feminism is Merriam Websters Word of the Year! On the Young Voices podcast today is Advocate, Ibis Valdes, of Florida. She walks Stephen through the year of 2017 and what led to this decision, and also breaks down the many strands of feminism, the future of gender relations and ways society needs to evolve.

Follow Ibis on Twitter @ValdesIbis Young Voices @yvadv and Stephen Kent @stephen_kent89

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Podcast #92: #MeToo and Fake Feminists

Adriana Vazquez  is a Young Voices Advocate currently living in the Bay Area. She wrote this week in the Washington Examiner about fake feminism and the latest #MeToo revelations rocking media & politics. She came on the podcast this AM to dish on her concerns and what the road ahead for this movement.

Follow Adriana Vazquez @vazquezadriana and Young Voices on Twitter @yvadv and Stephen Kent @stephen_kent89

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#92: #MeToo and Fake Feminists

 

 

 

Carly Fiorina: Empowering Female Conservatives

Carly Fiorina changed the game for female conservatives, nervous to defend their ideology in a world screaming “war on women.”

She has given life to the female conservative movement and has ushered in a new voice in feminism.

Before I heard Carly speak for the first time, I had never heard a female conservative speaker that resonated with me. The Sarah Palin’s and Michelle Bauchman’s of the world didn’t fit my shade of conservative. I wanted a female conservative role model that I could take seriously, that had poise and class…and along came Carly Fiorina.

Carly Fiorina, with her unapologetic truths, has proven that feminine can be powerful and intelligent, and can also be conservative.

Read the rest on Outset Magazine, here.