"When guys go out and party, they're outgoing;
when girls go out and party, they're very 'LUAN' (a.k.a wild)."
Often there is a stigma tied to 'party-girls' because it's so far off the traditional idea of the quiet woman, but society has changed and girls are entitled to having a good time too.
So here is Penny, a young female boss running a bar (breaking all the stereotypes). She shares how at some points of her life she's been judged for her choices too.
Penny also addresses a common topic about love. Can you love someone too much?
What is this project about?
In conjunction with The "What Women Want Weekend" at The Granary Kitchen + Bar this weekend, I've decided to plan a little project to discover through conversation what women (and men) care about regarding this topic. Be it their take on gender equality or who should pay on the first date etc.
Read more about it here: http://www.soolproductions.com
Why this project?
Maybe it's our culture and our background, but people generally just don't talk about these things enough. In a generation with so much access to mass communication, we ironically don't communicate much. So this project is to encourage our society and community to start talking about things that do matter.
How you can be a part of it?
The actual social experiment will be on the 12th of March, from 3.30-5.30pm at The Granary Kitchen + Bar. I will be giving out surveys as well as talking/filming willing participants. If you feel strongly about this topic, please head on down and we can all chat together. Plus it's free! (The event is ultimately for girls, but guys if you wanna share too you are more than welcomed)
Any other questions, or if you want to get involved; email me at firstname.lastname@example.org