Our bestie-on-a-board Teresa Cullen aka @femme.solo shares her thoughts about sexism in sports
Check out the uplifting, true story of a group of badass chicks in Beirut starting Lebanon's first ever Roller Derby team!
"We need to create a new and different narrative for talking about women in sports, a narrative that exalts the strengths and values of female athletes instead of trying to adapt the existing, male-centered one."
"My advice is to recognize your fear and embrace the shit out of it. Get REAL comfortable with fear — learn to love it."
You know we're all about role models here at Girls Are Awesome, and 'Ladies First' documents the story of your newest one - Deepika Kumari, the champion archer who went from hopeful to hero!
Ever wondered what two of football's hottest stars think about visibility, representation and empowerment? We asked Pernille Harder and Magdalena Eriksson from Chelsea FC!
“It’s awesome being in New Zealand and so many girls doing it here. It helps we can all work together and push each other to get better.” - Ellie Chew, Women's MTB rider and participant at the Mons Royale Future Ground Progression camp
Female aggression - even within sports! - is still heavily stigmatised, and the fact that women present themselves in a boxing or martial space is highly political. That's why it's a natural fit for designer Margot Charbonnier to collaborate with self-defense studio owner Susie Kahlich, and talk about the ways women can take back the spaces around them.
For her new Grand Bassin collection, #GB2021Club, fashion designer Margot Charbonnier looks into the intricacies of female anger in sports and demystifies the gender binaries that so often come with these spaces.
Hey cinephiles! CPH:DOX is finally here, and the entire program is available for online streaming! Get a peek at a few of the female-driven films you can look forward to during this year's (digital) festival!
“This camp is just what the world needs at the moment, to see women progressing and pushing the limits of freeride.” - Vinny Armstrong, one of the rising stars of Women's MTB