#BullCon17 – Things to Do in DC and Getting Political

There’s no better time than now to be hosting a conference for feminist badasses in Washington DC. Not only is DC filled with amazing places to eat, beautiful sites to see, and eclectic boutiques to shop at, but it’s the perfect opportunity to set up times to meet with your representatives in person and get your voice heard. We’ve curated a list…

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Why Feminist Companies are “Failing” – Bullish on LinkedIn Pulse

We’re continuing to smash the patriarchy on LinkedIn, so check out our latest article on why feminist companies are “failing”: In the already dark days of early 2017, we’ve also seen the implosion of a number of feminist-allied companies: the CEO scandal at Thinx, the bankruptcy of Nasty Gal, and the sale of Modcloth to Wal-Mart. Is there some trend here?…

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How to Be a Feminist in the Workplace – Catch This Livestreamed Panel

The American Association of University Women’s recent campaign, #StandUpToSexism has sparked conversations surrounding feminism, careers and fighting gender bias. Jen will be joining a panel of women who will discuss the challenges that women face in the workplace while navigating their feminism. If you’re in DC, (or nearby) and want to check out the panel, you can get tickets here. Date: April 14, 2017…

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I Worked for a Guy Like Mike Pence. It Was … As Expected.

I was once a “webmaster” – back when that was a job – working under a Christian evangelical patriarch. Late forties, silver hair, dutiful wife – so basically Mike Pence. I’ll call my guy Mark Price. I was in college at the time, and this was a pretty cool job – I made fifteen bucks an hour and could work…

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Coming Up in The Bullish Society: Level Up with Your New Career BFFs

The Bullish Society is our members-only community of supportive career badasses and we have so much good stuff coming up this month! If you’re curious about the society, now is the perfect time to join us and check it out. #ICYMI- March Expert-in-Residence Our March EIR shared super amazing tips and tricks on kicking ass in the corporate world. Check out…

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Get the New #bullicornhacks ebook – Life Hacks from Badass Feminist Readers

We’ve just released our #bullicornHacks life and career advice ebook! Here, you’ll find tips and tricks on everything from work, living well, relationships and making a difference in the world. This compendious book – crowdsourced from the feminist productivity badasses of Bullish and curated by staff – is the perfect place to find bullish advice, tips and tricks on life,…

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BullCon17 Speaker- Mariah MacCarthy on How to Recover After Life Punches You In The Face

We are so excited to announce our first of several carefully selected #BullCon17 speakers! Mariah MacCarthy! Mariah MacCarthy is an award-winning writer. She’s also a producer, teacher, curator, storyteller, burlesque dabbler, rapper, birth mother, immersive-party-play-maker, and all-around creatrix. Her plays (which tend to be sex-positive, women-driven, and funny) have been done everywhere from subway stations to Paris. She runs a…

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#BullCon17 – All Access Passes Available Now!

We are so excited to announce that #BullCon17 All Access Passes are officially on sale! Mark your calendars, this is going to be an amazing year. The Bullish Conference is a career conference for feminists who want to make the world and the workplace better. GetBullish and the Bullish Conference have been bringing it since 2013. At the 5th annual BullCon, there is…

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BullCon17 Ticket Sweepstakes Winners!

Huge congrats to our ticket sweepstakes winner Natalie Fee! We did a quick Q&A with this badass bullicorn, here’s what she has to say: We’re excited to announce you as our winner this year! Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?  I currently work at Pekin Insurance in Pekin, IL (central Illinois, 3 hours south of Chicago) as…

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The One Time I Got Called a Feminazi on Morning Talk Radio (I was 16)

As a high school student in Virginia Beach, I got called to the principal’s office a handful of times. Once, I skipped calculus to work on my college application in the library. Once, I complained that a school contest that was awarding prizes donated by local businesses was awarding a series of tanning sessions at a neighborhood tanning salon (I objected because of skin…

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