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As many of you have probably already surmised….I am a bit of a feminist :D

This does NOT mean I hate men by the way…that is a very old notion of feminism

and couldn’t be further from the truth.

I am not anti-men, I am pro-women.

Well, I have been one for long enough, it would be stupid not to be on my own side eh?

I have recently become interested in the HeForshe campaign.

HeForShe is a solidarity campaign for gender equality initiated by UN Women.

Its goal is to engage men and boys as agents of change for the achievement of gender equality and women’s rights, by encouraging them to take action against negative inequalities faced by women and girls across the world.

Whilst trawling through the  HEFORSHE  website I came across this wonderful fella…..

This guy is simply awesome! 

Erick Matsanza has a passion for catalyzing social change.

The 40-year-old Kenyan activist came across HeForShe on social media in November 2014 and signed the campaign’s commitment. It came at a time when Erick was exploring the direction for a project he had been incubating called Spice Chungu. Inspired by HeForShe, he transformed his project to establish a creative hub in western Kenya to empower rural women.

Just three days after he signed the HeForShe pledge, Erick co-organized ‪#‎MyDressMyChoice‬, a big protest in Nairobi. The event was inspired by the act of some men stripping and assaulting women simply because they were wearing a miniskirt. An outraged Erick decided to use social media to ignite action: He dressed in a skirt, posted the photo online and called for other men to do the same. At the protest, a lot of men wore skirts in solidarity and to help end the myth that a dress code should define women.

Reflecting on his path in support of gender equality, an emotional Erick says: “In a patriarchal society, women have always impacted society in their own creative ways; the men, however, have never stood up to realize and recognize these abilities. Today I stand tall because I am inspired by the actions of my mother and my sister who supported my education.”

How wonderful is that?

There needs to be far more of this in our communities, politics, religions, health care, work places…..need I go on?

My vision to empower women all over the planet to rise and to claim their rightful places as GODDESSES is getting closer by the day. Everyone is jumping on this train. Do you want to be a part of it?

My team of SUPER Women work closely together, encouraging and supporting each other in any way needed.

We all have our own dreams and ambitions, are all building business online and quality lives offline.

But we have one core vision….to free as many people as possible from lives they are unhappy in, jobs they hate and places they feel they don’t belong.

You can be right there with us as we grow. We call ourselves ‘Freedom Preneurs’.

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