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Reading and writing helped Muriel process the emotions around her move from Panama to the U.S. Now, she’s a freelance writer and the managing editor of Atlanta tech publication Hypepotamus.
After the 2016 election, Britt Murlas quit her day job to launch a book club for kids.
Erinn Carter co-founded Frailty Myths to help women, trans and non-binary folks build confidence and smash patriarchy.
When her son couldn’t find just the right book, Australian author, geologist and martial artist Aiki Flintheart set out to write her own.
Lane Moore is a comedian, writer, musician and actor — and she’s not slowing down.
The Atlanta-based music journalist focuses largely on hip-hop and says the feminist legacies of both Missy Elliott and Riot Grrrls inform her perspective.
Wonder Woman Abigail Keel does it all: She hosts wildly popular game nights, she takes dance classes … and she also happens to be the Unladylike senior producer.
Anna Applebaum and Briana Mawby are a pair of researchers dedicated to girls and women, education and conflict.
Financial genius Helen Ngo ditched corporate life after her boss not only shot down her raise request, but told her she could just marry rich (!!!!???). Now, she’s working to clear a path for more women to take control over their own financial destinies — including Cristen and Caroline.
The delightful Porsha Thomas is no stranger to falling on her face, business-wise. But she’s dedicated to helping other women entrepreneurs get a leg up and learn from her wins and slip-ups.
What Is unladylike?
adjective | un·la·dy·like | ənˈlādēˌlīk/
committing everyday acts of patriarchal resistance
choosing social consciousness over status consciousness
burning all bras