Gender Equality Capitalism as an EcoFeminist Entrepreneur
An EcoFeminist Entrepreneur is a person who creates a sustainable business supporting gender equality. This business should create a product or service that supports at least one Pillar of Female Empowerment.
Using business as a tool for female equality is contrary to the teachings of certain strains of feminism. To the detriment of women in general, some feminists have associated patriarchy with capitalism. They tend to look towards charity and government based policies for solutions to the issues around gender equality. They base their movement on 'victim politics'.
With females being half the population, they are literally the single largest persecuted 'minority' on the planet!
Calling for women to have an equal share in the stewardship of the world is not anti-male. On the contrary, women's rights are human rights and human rights benefit men too.
An EcoFeminist Entrepreneur can benefit everyone
In every country where women have more power such as the Scandinavian countries society is more eco-friendly, less violent, less criminality, better sex, less overpopulation, less spent on the military, fewer people in jail. The most aggressive countries are those such as in Africa and the Middle East where masculinity rules unchecked.
Men have run the world for at least 5000 years and with wars, overpopulation, pollution, and mass extinction they have thoroughly destroyed it. Women have been cleaning up the messes of men since the time they were born. It's time they claim their fair share of power and clean up the entire planet.
And being an EcoFeminist Entrepreneur is a great way to change the world and give yourself a meaningful job in the process.
Many people are too focused on their own personal dramas to care enough about big picture issues to do something. The system is not broken. It’s just that people are too ‘busy’, cynical or lazy to play a role in it.
However, when your business is actively pursuing social goals such as gender equality, by default you are going to be politically active as part of your business plan.
Even in the Trump era, public pressure in the form of calls or emails to state politicians, are still one of the most effective ways to have a voice in this country and affect legislation.
And as a business, you can direct public pressure as part of your company strategy whether it's through your workers or volunteers, on your product packages, and in other company PR and advertising.
Big Oil does it all the time with their oil lobbyists and other paid political operatives. For them, it's just the cost of doing business! Imagine if we had 'Big Femme Entrepreneurs' whose companies also played a role in the political process.
We hope to show you how to be an EcoFeminist Entrepreneur and make a living by creating a better world for women which in turn makes it better for men too.