THINK about the fact that women are still not equal to men in our societies, even in ones considered advanced or modern. Think of how that affects you, this injustice borne by your mother, sister, daughter, best friend, partner, or even yourself? Think about it twice, think about it fast, talk about it with all these people.
LIVE by the results of these reflections and discussions, live according to your creator’s instincts, builder of your life and affiliated builder of the lives of the women close to you. Live as well as you can, being proud to take a stand for women, the women of your life, and all the others.
WEAR your thoughts and choices. Wear them in front, outside, and above all, inside. Wear them from the end of your arms rising to act, from the corner of your eyes no longer afraid to see, with the part of your heart that needs to expand to love. Is it not a vital desire to bear far and wide, an infrangible commitment to half of humanity?
Cuisine Pastel will donate $5 per t-shirt sold to the non-profit organization of your choice among these:
The Native Women’s Association of Canada ( NWAC), founded in 1974, is an aggregate of thirteen Native women’s organizations from across the country. Their collective goal is to enhance, promote, and foster the social, economic, cultural and political well-being of First Nations and Métis women, their family and community. The NWAC represents Native women of Canada regarding multiple issues, of which that of the disappeared or murdered Aboriginal women and girls.
For more information, please visit nwac.ca
Le Chaînon, founded in Montréal in 1932, has the mission of welcoming all women in difficulty without discrimination, offering them safe accommodations and personalized support that is tailored to their needs, in order for them to regain their personal and social power. In addition, this organization positions itself against gender inequalities: “Our goal is to promote the defense of women’s rights – with women.”
For more information, please visit lechainon.org
HeforShe is a UNWomen initiative, launched in September 2014 to promote equality between men and women. Based on the idea that this should be a human objective and thus common to all, the project makes a point to include men in the process of resolving this issue. This global campaign encourages everyone to take action against everyday inequalities. The initiatives taken by the organization and its members are reflected in the fields of education, health, identity, workplace, violence and politics.
For more information, please visit heforshe.org
Planned Parenthood is a federation of sexual education and health care centers, funded in 1916, “on the revolutionary idea that women should have the information and care they need to live strong, healthy lives and fulfill their dreams — no ceilings, no limits.” Their mission is to provide high-quality affordable services in planned parenthood and reproductive health care, that respect private life and individual rights, both in the United States and worldwide.
For more information, please visit plannedparenthood.org