Evolutionary Woman

“The Evolutionary Woman is inspired by giving her gift of creativity to the world. She sees crisis as the birth of creative potential.” 

— Barbara Marx Hubbard

 
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Women Lead The Change To A Positive Future

Photography project in collaboration with Mindvalley.

As women, we have more power to change the world than ever before. Our foremothers worked to broaden our opportunties and expand our roles in society. But now that people are questioning the future of women’s rights, there’s also a massive opportunity for us to step into our full potential.

We come from different nations.
We follow different religions.
We work in different professions.
We pursue different passions.
We play different roles in life.

But It Doesn’t Matter What Our Labels Are.
It Matters What We Stand Up For.

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Khadijah Hayati Patawari, Borneo, Malaysia

Architect, Content Creator, Designer, Writer, Muslim, Bugis Malay.

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Olla Abbas, Sudan

Events Manager, Entrepreneur, Dancer, Makeup Artist, Muslim, Sudanese.

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Lu Xanne Boon, Malaysia

Empowerment Coach, Beauty Queen, Culture Manager, Model, Hypnotherapist, Christian, Chinese – Malaysian

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It doesn’t matter what your labels are. It matters what you stand up for.

“I stand up for loving and believing in one’s true self.” — Khadijah

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It doesn’t matter what your labels are. It matters what you stand up for.

“I stand up for a borderless world.” — Olla

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It doesn’t matter what your labels are. It matters what you stand up for.

“I stand up for love and the united hearts of women to use their power of femininity.” — Lu Xanne

Mindvalley hosted a photo exhibition titled The Evolutionary Woman at Slate at The Row Gallery in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The event showcased stunning photographs of the ladies of Mindvalley, along with descriptions of their identities, ambitions and causes. Created by Dorota Stanczyk, the event aims to empower women, no matter their background, to pursue their passions, and to know that they have the power to impact change.

The project was published in Malaysia Tatler Magazine. Read the article here