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The 'More Women' Campaign Looks at Politics Without Men

 - Oct 21, 2015
References: designyoutrust & boredpanda
The 'More Women' campaign by Elle UK wants to change the way we understand feminism by looking at the most powerful positions in the world. These striking images of important political events have removed the men from each scenario, often resulting in one or a few women in power. When all the male politicians are removed, the pictures tend to resemble eerily empty rooms, which only goes to show the immense disparity between men and women in power.

The #MoreWomen campaign wants to create more positive conversations that support women in powerful positions, rather than simply comparing women to their male counterparts. These images that are in the current issue of Elle UK are part of larger campaign that includes a film produced by Alex Holder and Alyssa Boni from RSA films that raises similar questions.