Conscious Entrepreneurship: Impacts of Female Protagonism

 

Limited by sexism, women face limited chances of growing and reaching leadership positions. They have turned to entrepreneurship as a way of combining purpose and a career. The projects, companies, and startups they have been creating are fueled by a transformative power that boosts both economic growth and social and environmental change.

Minorities On the Podium: The Inclusive Role of Sports

 

The vehement disapproval of discriminatory positions and the celebration of achievements by oppressed classes are behaviors that denounce intolerance and create demand for a new kind of sports reporting. When there are new parameters for creating idols, communication strives to fulfill an important social role.

At-home beauty, independence, and empowerment

 

In a scenario where the consumption of cosmetics is still heavily based on marketing, some women have decided to take a more natural approach to beauty, replacing an entire shelf of cosmetics with products made at home. A currency exchange occurs in such lowsumer behavior, where you pay for quality and not for the brand. Possibilities include products not tested on animals, vegan recipes, or completely natural formulas.

The Media and Gender Equality: Beyond Advertising Strategy

 

Sexist campaigns have been a constant target of criticism, tarnishing the image of some traditional brands. Gender equality is increasingly an issue that affects consumer choices: it is time for brands to help liberate women without creating new stereotypes of the model woman. More than using empowerment as an advertising strategy, brands need to embrace gender equality in a real, tangible, and honest way.

Non-binary fashion: a historical overview to contextualize trends

 

Social codes that are represented by clothes are being challenged with the emergence of non-binary gender in fashion. Even though there is a huge gap between the fantasy of the catwalk and the reality of clothing retail, for both luxury and popular stores, retailers do endeavor to follow this trend. While the industry is still finding its way, underground brands and new designers are leading the evolution.

Reinvention of the Body and Desire in the Post-Porn Age

 

The abuses suffered by porn actors and an increasingly conscious audience drive the post-porn movement, which mixes art and politics. Sexually explicit videos and performances are aimed not at masturbation, but at criticizing the restrictions on sexuality and the pornographic industry.

Technology Beyond Binarism: He, She, or Cyborg?

 

In contemporary technoculture, technologies that incorporate these dualistic values and use derogatory stereotypes are becoming obsolete, being replaced by experiments that virtualize human identity and increase the multiplicity of representations. The biotechnological development sees gender as a limiting constraint to our human potential.

Polygendered Brazilian Music: The Tombamento Generation

 

The growth of conservatism has frightened many who once believed that the world had advanced in terms of human and civil rights. But the Tombamento Generation is taking the spotlight: a new wave of singers whose work is united by the representative force of society’s key issues — race, gender, and sexuality. This group of artists and their audience together strive to break down the standards of common sense.

WOMEN UNITED: INCLUSIVE WORK DYNAMICS

 

Inclusion and diversity are no longer a desire of some, but a necessity for all. The growth of policies that foster female inclusion, training, and empowerment, alongside the explosion in female entrepreneurship, has weakened this invisible barrier and promises to shatter it for once and for all

IDENTITIES AND NORMS: HOW TO ACHIEVE THE POTENTIAL OF NOT BEING

 

Today there a lot of talk about gender identity, but there also are identities linked to social and economic classes, race, consumption, nationality, sexuality, and many others. There is no such thing as a single identity, but instead a puzzle that ends up creating what we cal the “SELF”: different identities that end up segmenting and framing us. To emancipate human beings it is necessary to reevaluate everything we do not consider a determining factor for the construction of identity.