Not sorry feminism came about from a singular desire to stop being sorry – about my feminism, about my self-expression, about my passion, about my voice, and about my existence. Women have a tendency to apologize for the very things that make up the state of existing. We apologize before voicing an opinion. When we try to get our needs met. When we take up space.
Thank you to Upper East Side Fine Jewelry. A friend recently entrusted them to sell a precious diamond, and the seamless, lucrative transaction funded the relaunch of Not Sorry Feminism, exemplifying their commitment to empowering women and magnifying voices unapologetically.