Taking the politics out of the feminist movement.
Only 32% of Democrats and 5% of Republicans support feminism, and the Equal Rights Amendment, proposed over 50 years ago, has not passed to this day.
Partisan feminism has delayed countless strides for women in the U.S. and across the globe.
The Bipartisan Feminist Project is the only organization in the U.S. dedicated to bridging the partisan divide over feminism.
Veronica Tadross is a student and women’s rights activist who founded the Bipartisan Feminist Project in her junior year of high school. Coming from a conservative family, Veronica has first-hand experience with the partisan tension that maintains gender inequality and deters the passage of pro-woman laws. Inspired by these experiences, she founded the Bipartisan Feminist Project to bridge this partisan divide through inclusive discussions to share the bold idea that anyone can be a feminist.
Since our launch in January 2020
Emails sent in support of the ERA
Countries and counting
Students educated on bipartisan feminism
Chapters and counting
The Bipartisan Feminist Project is dedicated to making a lasting impact by providing workshops which challenged assumptions of feminism and mobilize students to advocate for legislation which works toward equal treatment for women across the globe.
A six-part workshop using the untold history of the feminist movement and research-backed methods of self-reflection to provoke discussions which bridge the partisan divide over feminism.
A Coalition of students and organizations from across the U.S. and led by the BIFP Political Action Committee advocating for improved sexual assault legislation and the world's first Youth Gender Commission.
A six-part workshop educating high school students on pro-women legislation and how to establish bipartisan support for them based on our Team's interviews with legislators on the local and national levels.
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