The Female Collective Aims to Make the World a Better Place

It’s not every day we find people who actively seek to make our world more wholesome. Candace Reels is one of those people. Based in Los Angeles, her active mission is to create feminist content that aims to make women feel celebrated, empowered, uplifted, and supported. Her platform? The Female Collective.

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Through her Instagram page and website, she created a community that works together towards her worthy goal. And with almost 500k followers on Instagram alone, their voice is loud and clear. “The wonderful thing about social media is that you get to meet people around the world and you find out what they are dealing with, and with that you can be like, we’re dealing with the same things as well,” Reels explained in an interview with Who What Wear.

“I think unconsciously, I always knew I wanted it to be a community because I always felt that women together are powerful,” she added. “We are so much better working together than separately. There are so many things that separate us, but if we can use all of those things and work to equalize all playing fields for all women, it’s just much better for the world and all of us.”

Her Instagram might share funny memes and uplifting mantras that will keep you motivated, but her platform also allows for Reels to do so much more. Since forming her Female Collective, Reels has become one of the organizers for the Women’s March in Los Angeles and a speaker at the Create & Cultivate Conference in Chicago.

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