I believe in the power of online business to offer us a greater level of personal and societal freedom. But the conversation around success must be nuanced.
I will not ignore very real systemic injustices, and the role they play in opportunities afforded to us. My feminist business is intersectional.
I work with cisgendered and trans women*, as well as non-binary people who are comfortable in spaces that centre the experiences of women.
I unequivocally stand by Black Lives Matter and accept the role I and all business owners play in dismantling white supremacy. I am committed to integrating anti-racism into my business, and have taken the anti-racism pledge.
In a time where the marketing message is to “be yourself”, I acknowledge that it's a lot safer for some to do so than others.
I believe in the power of women supporting women and refuse to participate in any activities that pit us against each other. I will also gladly share and support the work of other women*
I refuse to build a business based on hustle and burnout. Mental and physical health matters, and our pricing and business practices must reflect that.
I do not work with any person or company promoting diet culture & fat phobia.
I believe in the power of business owners to positively impact and change our culture (h/t Kelly Diels)
*I will sometimes use the terms women and womxn interchangeably to refer to cisgendered and trans women (and non-binary and gender non-conforming humans are welcome in my spaces too).