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“The very act of getting our financial shit together is feminist.”
Today’s episode is mostly me sharing how excited I am to FINALLY launch the Financial Feminist podcast— your new favorite source for inspiring interviews with bad-ass world-changing women about how money affects us differently, and of course, the financial advice you need get your First $100k.
If you want to play a fun drinking game, take a shot whenever I say “I’m so excited!” during the episode today. BECAUSE I AM JUST SO FUCKING EXCITED Y’ALL!
But today’s episode isn’t all gushing. I’m getting real about why I do what I do— breaking down the myths women believe about money and how the patriarchy benefits from our silence around money.
So, Tori, what is Financial Feminism?
Paying off your debt is feminist.
Saving enough money to leave toxic situations is feminist.
Having enough money to make choices like having or not having children, retiring early, or starting a business is feminist.
We exist in an inequitable and unjust society — and we can protest these systems by building a financial foundation and making women rich.
That is the Financial Feminist movement in a nutshell.
The Financial Feminist is a shame-free zone. You’ll never hear me or any of my guests telling you not to buy lattes, or feel like shit for the financial mistakes you may have made in the past.
As a part of the shame-free ethic, we promise to:
Acknowledge systemic oppression.
Take down the lies of the patriarchy.
Get vulnerable and sometimes messy.
Tell you to buy the fucking latte.
Help you get rich.
The Financial Feminist would not be possible without you. So here’s what you can do to help spread the word and help us build the Financial Feminist movement:
Follow @herfirst100k on social media (links below).
Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform. Multiple if you can!
Leave us a review. Reviews are HUGE boosters for podcasts and will help us grow! If you’re not sure what to write, share about the weirdest way you’ve made money (but make sure if it’s a NSFW way, you use some *alternate* language so your review doesn’t get deleted.)
My last request for you is to show up and do the work. You can’t change your life as a passive listener.