Britanny is a Freelance Writer and Editor with a Bachelor of Arts in English. She grew up in the Rocky Mountains and is currently dwelling in Vancouver. She loves pool parties (though they are few and far between because she lives in Canada), hairless cats (though she hasn't yet met one in real life), and people who make her laugh. You can find her dancing, reading, drinking coffee or wine (dependent on the time of day), and watching Boy Meets World re-runs. @britburr
As it turns out, high school boys do not have six-pack abs and a sexy disposition, they have pimples and ill-fitting, boxy t-shirts. High school girls do not wear heels to school every day and park their Porsches in front of high school each morning.
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These fierce ladies are doing something radical, but in a digestible, accessible, out-there way that makes it such a treat to witness. They’re activists, they’re performers, but most of all, they are regular women with a cause.
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You know what we’re sick and tired of? Labels! They’re often unproductive, reductive, and just plain arbitrary. At the end of the day, labels aren’t for you, they’re for the people around you to understand you (or, try to understand you). We’re all different, so what’s the point of trying to stuff ourselves into boxes…