Because these ladies be getting it! Not the traditional Friday night, but 30 women gathered to learn how to kick some ass and take some names at our first self defense class! No punching mat was safe.
Have you kept this secret out of fear that your friends or family might cast you out? Do you struggle to find your story because you don't fit the stereotype? Did you recently discover that your friend had an abortion but was too scared to share with you and you didn't even know how to talk about it with her? Do the hardlines of abortion politics lack depth needed to include your story? Do you think the topic of abortion is complicated and nuanced?
LOVE IS AWK. an evening with female comics sharing how weird relationships are
This event was for the married, the dating, the broken-hearted, the single ladies, gay or straight. It’s a night out without the dudes on a mooshy holiday that either has you feeling pressured to make a romantic evening or pissed because no one is making that for you. It’s a few hours out of the apartment to laugh your ass off with other girls who are looking to block out Valentine’s Day shenanigans. It’s a reminder that it’s nothing but a day and it can be spent with some badass ladies.
Do you feel phantom vibrations? Do you look at your phone before you go to sleep and as soon as you wake up? Have you started to find yourself spending more time with your smartphone than your loved one? Have you found yourself obsessing with how your life is meant to look like online, versus what it could be in real life? Do you wish that you could trade your “real life” out for someone else you have seen on social media? We joined with The Lily News, SipCity, & JRINK!
Our ladies at Republic Restoratives hooked us up with such a wonderful venue to host the second Behold.Her Happy Hour. Everyone was repping their sticker and nomming on goodies from Lil' Miss Whoopie, Cheesemonster, and Fluffness! We were definitely spoiled that evening which great things to eat and drink, but also in company as well.
When gender, class, and race intersect, as women across these planes, where does luck and grit meet? How do we balance the celebration of our achievements with the admission of our privileges in the crafting of our own narrative? How can we advance rights and opportunities, and work toward true equity, for all women through this circumspect self reflection?
What do your relationships say about you? Are they representative of who you are, what you believe in, or the balance you seek to maintain? Do we truly listen to our inner selves and follow our intuition when reflecting on our relationships? How often do we reject intuitive feelings in order to be polite or not hurt someone's feelings? How can we become reborn to find the circle that is most genuine to ourselves?
Have you ever felt like you’ve been invited to the party but you're not allowed to dance? Do you feel that society impacts your sense of confidence and self-worth? Sometimes, when you have to work twice as hard for half as much it starts to seem like the deck is stacked against you. Well we gathered at the Outrage to tackle some of those feelings and questions.
This shouldn't be a hard topic to discuss, but it is as many women face the facts: we don't really openly talk about sex. Shyness, awkwardness, intimidation... it al floats to the surface, but thankfully we had a room of curious and open-minded women who were ready to discuss sexuality and "enthusiastic" consent.