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No Better Time Than Now to Start Revering Femininity at Work

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I’m a feminine person, mother, leader. Whether it’s the floral vintage dress, the make-up, the patient voice, or the doting nature, folks quickly peg me as soft. They’re not wrong.

Between pop culture and summers spent at camp learning things like etiquette and how to blow-dry my hair, I developed a sensibility around what feminine meant to the world. So much…




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