Daughters of Witches is a coven for witches who want to support each other.
In the European Union, women make up only 30% of entrepreneurs. The gender gap in employment, pay, financial resources, access to higher positions in companies, is very real. In many ways, women and genderqueer persons are still economically disadvantaged. But did you know that women are the world’s most powerful consumers? Women drive 70-80% of all consumer purchasing, through a combination of their buying power and influence (you can read more here). What this means is that women and genderqueer individuals have the power to change things. We have the power to ask companies to improve, the ability to change the products that are being sold to us, support women and genderqueer entrepreneurs, businesses led by women and members of the LGBTQ+ community, change the way women and genderqueer persons are represented. How? By uniting and supporting each other.
---Now, how does Daughters of Witches support women and members of the LGBTQ+ community you may ask?---
SUPPORTING WOMEN AND QUENDERQUEER INDIVIDUALS
Secondly, we sell and support women- and genderqueer-owned brands. We want to offer women and members of the LGBTQ+ community a platform where they can use their purchasing power to help other women and genderqueer individuals.
Watch out, because witches are back and they mean business.
If you identify as a woman or a genderqueer person, and you would want us to support your business or work with us please get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us about you, your business, and most of all your fight for human’s rights. We can’t wait to hear from you!
But thanks to pop culture, witchery is becoming more popular, and we now have the opportunity to reclaim these labels to construct new rhetoric.
We do not want witches to be seen as dangerous villains anymore, but as powerful women and genderqueer individuals who use their skills to help others, women who build covens to support each other.
Pick up your wands and join the Witchhood:
magic is back, and it’s ready to say bye to patriarchy.