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DigitalFems creates a meme contest to break gender stereotypes

Posted on 02/03/2020
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Concurs de memes #FuckGenderRoles de DigitalFems
Concurs de memes #FuckGenderRoles de DigitalFems, for DigitalFems. 2020. Licence: BY-SA

Gender stereotypes are preconceived ideas about how men and women should behave. They limit our freedom, our expression and our development as people.

To address this situation, DigitalFems is launching a meme contest to hack the control and social weight of gender stereotypes .

The contest is open until April 2 and you can participate as many times as you like with different memes.

How can you participate?

1. Create a Meme (animated gif or static image) that shows gender stereotypes and publish it on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #FuckGenderRoles. It's very important that you mention @DigitalFems, if they can't find you.

2. Share a Meme you've seen out there that report gender stereotypes with the hashtag #FuckGenderRoles, and mention on @DigitalFems.

If you don't know how to make memes or don't have the time to do them, you can use their meme list , choose one and share it. Just post it with the #FuckGenderRoles tag and mention @DigitalFems.

The prize

From the organization three winners will be selected by lot and the participation will be rewarded. The prize will be three packs that include:

- One-year subscription to 'Pikara Magazine ' , which includes: Pikara's latest paperback yearbook, raffles every Monday, #PikaraDeGolpe, Wednesday-themed specials, 20% off all products the online store.

- A voucher worth € 30 for products from the 'La Caníbal Bookshop' in Barcelona.

You can read the legal basis here .

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