Amidst all the #MeToo and #TimesUp, there is a new and rising tide of women who are taking that truth-telling and turning it into action.
Yes, it is women actors, producers and directors. But perhaps more powerfully, it is women athletes and risk-takers, marketers and mothers, photographers and founders.
These women are making change happen every day by changing the way that work works, by changing who takes the risks and who takes the lead. There is a powerful New Girls’ Network rising.
To find evidence of this New Girls’ Network, you don’t have to look any further than T9’s posse of female photographers. In the world of adventure sports photography, the dudes outnumber the gals by more than 10 to 1. But at Title Nine over half of our photography is shot by some seriously adventuring women.
After all, if we want to change the world, then we first have to show the change we seek. When women get behind the camera, what women do in front of the camera changes… dramatically. We become the heroes, the high-jinxers and risk takers. In our summer catalog and online, you’ll see one of our photographers, Freya Fennwood, hard at work showing the change she seeks as she shoots with her sister squad in Cuba.
We like the world she sees and we hope you will too.
I agree with this. AND, I want to be sure we support people of ALL ages, colors, and variations of “gender confirmation.”
I’d love to see T9 feature more women who are, say, over 40, and women representing different versions of ‘woman.’
Love the title of this blog!!! This is the name we gave to our girls-in-tech circle of friends/colleagues/mentor-mentees at Intel. We affectionately refer to ourselves as the NGN, aka “the New Girls Network (not to be confused with the Old Boys Network)”.
I’m 65 and totally out of shape. A few years ago I was one of your customers. Proudly wearing your clothes during my workouts and adventures. I still plan to get healthy and wear them again.
Please feature some older models 40-60year olds-we are badass and like your clothes too!