We’re so happy to share with you the second piece of feminine energy profiles. This time we teamed up with Kristinna Wilson to shoot out some creatives from NY with TV show inspiration edits and talk about how they get inspired by feminism and how they show who they really are.
PHIL
Philip | Multimedia artist and performer
WHAT’S DOES BEING A WOMAN MEAN TO YOU?

I have always felt comfortable being in the female aura – being present in a more feminine energy. I’ve always felt more comfortable being feminine, it sort of just matched my body. I was just naturally androgynous as a child and I tried to be “male” but it just didn’t look good on me.

ANY ADVICE FOR A WOMAN STRUGGLING WITH IDENTITY?

A technique that I have is that I hide in my skin – I used to do it when I was a kid – I would close my eyes and think that monsters can’t get me if I’m IN MY SKIN or if I’m wearing something powerful but there’s a lot of obvious restrictions with some cultures for women.

JENNI

Jenni Miller  | Freelance writer and editor.

TELL US ABOUT YOUR ACTUAL GIRL INSPIRATION.

Angela Carter is my favorite writer and she inspires me.

HOW  CAN YOU AS A CREATIVE GIRL HELP OTHER GIRLS TO BECOME GREATEST ARTISTS?

I think it’s important to share your knowledge with other people and help them network and give them tips, that’s how I’ve gotten most of my jobs and gotten better at what I do – by learning from other women.

COCO
Coco Layne  | Communications director

WHAT’S THE BEST THING ABOUT HAVING FEMININE ENERGY? 

I think it’s really having a deep-seated understanding of what compassion and intuition is and being able to access that empathetic part of yourself is really really valuable and is something that is an honor to people that aren’t able to access that feminine part of themselves. So that’s really really powerful. I think it’s really having a deep-seated understanding of what compassion and intuition are and being able to access that empathetic part of yourself is really really valuable and is something that is an honor to people that aren’t able to access that feminine part of themselves. So that’s really really powerful.

ANY CREATIVE OR ARTIST GIRL THAT YOU RECOMMEND TO US.

Asking me who are great women artists is a trick question because every single woman I know is so amazing and awesome. So I guess just go to my Instagram and look at all the women I know!

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