Posts Tagged ‘feminist’

Today’s Quote – Drive Out Fear

Posted on December 9th, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

It is incumbent upon each of us to be the woman that Marc Lépine wanted to kill. We must live with this honour, this courage. We must drive out fear. We must hold on. We must create. We must resist.

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Today’s Quote – No Shame In Being A Boss

Posted on August 12th, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

Before accepting the offer to be on the cover of Forbes, I was told that a lot of women have previously shied away from doing it. I wondered if it was because they thought, socially, it would look like they were flaunting or bragging, or it wasn’t a humble decision. Ladies, there is a difference […]

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Today’s Quote – Don’t Play Your Role

Posted on April 1st, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

I keep meeting women who I’ve heard all my life are bitchy and pushy and so on and so forth — I meet them and they’re nice, compassionate people. If you don’t play your role, if you dare to aspire to something – then you get it automatically, but it’s hard for me to remember […]

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Lesley Gore – You Don’t Own Me

Posted on March 8th, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

Today is International Women’s Day, which means it’s the perfect day to celebrate how far we’ve come – but also to recognize how far we still have to go. My brilliant friend Maddy of Meat Locker Editions (an awesome female founded publishing company) wrote this little rant about #IWD, and it perfectly sums up my […]

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