The Feminine Revolution by Amy Stanton and Catherine Connors
Challenging old and outdated perceptions that feminine traits are weaknesses, The Feminine Revolution revisits those characteristics to show how they are powerful assets that should be embraced rather than maligned. The authors provide women with new mindsets to reclaim those traits with confidence, including:
Women have been derogated for "gossip" for centuries. But what others call gossip, we call social connection.
Peacocks' bright coloring and garish feathers are part of their survival strategy—similar tactics are part of our happiness strategy.
Never let anyone tell you to not be emotional. Express your enthusiasm, love, affection and warmth.
The Feminine Revolution reboots femininity for the modern woman and provides her with the tools to accept and embrace her own authentic nature.
About the authors:
Amy Stanton is a long-time marketer and brand-builder currently running a marketing and PR agency with a large focus on brands targeted at and built by women. Previously, she was the CMO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. She is a frequent speaker on the topics of women, sports, branding, and entrepreneurship. She lives in Venice, California.
Catherine Connors is the co-founder and CCO of Maverick, a network for girls and young women. She's the former Editor in Chief of Babble and head of content for Disney Interactive's Women and Family portfolio. She has been featured in media like The New York Times, CNN, NPR, and Good Morning America. She lives in Los Angeles.
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