What is your vision for “having it all”?
We have stories to tell
We believe that there are many ways to have it all.
Everyone has a unique story to weave and to tell.
Join us on a journey, to look for answers and unlimited possibilities of this era.
Having it all while growing up
We’ve all been through that phase where we struggle not being able to have it all.
Three common ground can be found:
They are extremely “genderized”
even though they were deemed irrelevant to gender most of the time.
Complicated and neglected
Difficult to resolve, thus resulting in rendering them being ignored or deemed irresolvable.
Hardly holds an answer
There's no standard answer for all. The answer is often determined by demand, experience, gender role or identity.
The difficulties for Asian women to have it all
As Asian women, more or less have we questioned ourselves why we were not able to “have it all” in our career, family and relationships.
Similar discussions have occurred in the West...
Sheryl Sandberg published “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead” in 2012, encouraging females to advance in career while seeking for supportive partners and family. However, in “Unfinished Business: Women Men Work Family”, written by Anne-Marie Slaughter, argued that Sheryl’s means might not be applicable to all. She put forward a vision and blueprint for future careers.
Asian women seeking for a solution together
We believe that Asian women are faced with more domestic and inner pressure due to cultural factors. Womany is determined to take action and seek for a suitable solution tailored for us. We will start off with understanding the issue, enhancing empowerment, seeking for solutions and support.
The Birth of 1Q
Womany has long been focusing on gender issues, while arousing social awareness.
Within the 6 years of our establishment, we have encountered countless women who were equally concerned with gender issues.
We’re eager to find a solution to those unsolvable yet crucial gender issues in life through crowdsourced-brainstorming, and therefore the birth of 1Q.
Through 1Q, we would be able to identify the core of the problem, and focus on the solution with mutual support.
1Q will bring out current gender issues and embark on a solution-seeking journey with these three elements:
Asking questions. Searching for answers.
We want to find the answers from all around the world, hoping to hear all possibilities. This site contains:
Be inspired through fine reading and context
get possible solutions through in-depth videos
support each other through intimate community
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