By now, we know that Madonna is the biggest star in pop culture and that she’s been a force in the media since the early days of the movement.
That doesn’t mean she’s the only one, of course.
Beyonce has been doing her part to help make women feel empowered and empowered, and she’s also managed to get her own brand of feminism on the map, too.
That means it’s no surprise that the Women-March is already doing some things that are actually helping people get through the worst of it, but it’s also no surprise the Women Who Code movement has done something similar.
The Women WhoCode movement is a movement that aims to increase the representation of women in the tech industry, and its latest ad is no exception.
The campaign features a woman in a white dress, who is holding up a smartphone that reads, “I’m with @womenswhocode: the women in tech who are fighting for our voices, our future, and our rights.”
It also features an avatar that says, “Women of tech, you’re a diverse group, and the Women who Code is here to empower you and show you that there is a way out of the #glass ceiling.”
The ad’s creators have been careful to use the term “glass ceiling,” to describe the idea that women aren’t getting equal pay, for example, or that tech is “a male dominated field.”
But what they’ve done is make it so that the woman’s words are really about the women who are standing up for their rights and fighting for the rights of the women on the other side of the glass.
So what are the women’s rights they’re fighting for?
There’s the issue of pay equity.
For the last few years, there have been several campaigns that have called for women to be paid equally for their work.
In fact, the White House recently issued a report that argued that women should be paid $1.2 trillion more than men for the same job, and it’s not just the tech companies that have spoken out about this.
In March, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg launched the Women of the Year initiative, and they’re doing it in all sorts of different ways.
Facebook CEO Sheryl and the rest of the company are pushing to raise the minimum wage and provide paid sick leave to more women.
In addition to Facebook, companies like Apple, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft are also calling for gender parity in tech.
In the ad, the women holding up their smartphones are wearing T-shirts and shorts that say, “Stop the Glass Ceiling.
Let Women Be People.”
“Women are not just making software anymore, they are building and designing everything from smartphones to cars to furniture,” says Tessa Beauregard, the director of the Women in Tech project at the Women and Girls Business Organization, which is also pushing for gender equality in tech, as we’ve reported.
“So, we’ve had a lot of conversations around the importance of women and tech, and this is a great time to show our support,” Beauryg told The Huffington Post.
“It’s a time when we can really take a stand, and I think the Women In Tech group and the hashtag #glasscure is a perfect way to do that.”
What’s even more important, however, is that the campaign isn’t just focusing on the pay equity issue.
The women who code are also fighting for other rights, too: The women are demanding equal treatment under the law.
The ad also makes it clear that there are other issues at stake: “If we don’t see equality, women will not feel empowered to stand up for themselves, and women will feel that their voices aren’t being heard,” Beaus said.
“That’s a very real concern.”
The Women’s WhoCode campaign is one of several efforts in recent weeks that have tried to use a number of different tactics to push for greater gender equality.
Last week, the National Organization for Women (NOW) released an ad campaign that features women who work in tech saying that the “glass door” is still open for women and that women who want to be leaders in tech should have to “pay the price.”
And earlier this month, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) released a report called The Rise of the Internet’s Gender Gap that argued the technology industry is still paying women less than men.
It’s a big enough problem that the ACLU is now calling on tech companies to start giving women equal pay for equal work.
It looks like this campaign is already paying off, and now the Women Of The Year campaign is using a new strategy to make the issue even more powerful.