♡ Self-Esteem, Representation & Leadership ♡

Our Main Pillars

Our mission is grounded in artistic activism and advocacy for youth in underserved communities that are facing creative disparities. Creative expression allows us to challenge the issues that our pillars drive from as it shapes more women to lead confidently. The problems we are addressing include ...

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7 in 10 girls believe that they are not good enough



Non-inclusivity has detrimental consequences. 55% of Canadian girls agree that conforming to such unrealistic beauty standards is harmful to their self-esteem.

(Source: Girl Guides)

1 in 6 magazine covers feature a woman of colour


Worldwide standards on beauty and femininity continue to be discriminative, restrictive, and unrealistic. 90% of the magazine covers hyper-sexualize, objectify and exotify women of colour.

(Source: Cornerstone)

76% of women wish they learned about leadership growing up


We see this pressure and discrimination in women's leadership and work endeavours. 83% of Asian women, 80% of Black women, & 76% of Latinx women admit to experiencing

stringent barriers to leadership in the work setting.

(Source: Harvard Business Review)

Prior to the pandemic, these were are main programming initiatives. An updated section will be posted soon!

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Collaborative Multidiscplinary Projects

Creative Campaigns

Flaunt It organizes series of projects that combine multiple art forms (e.g., photography, film, visual arts, performance, writing) to demonstrate how art can be used to story tell and create social change. We offer opportunities to collaborate with women who are not traditionally being featured in the media.

Creative campaigns represent women of all intersectional identities in empowered ways. They are creative projects made by women, for women.

Both virtual & in-person

Inclusive Safe Spaces

Flaunt It is known for our workshops and open photoshoot events that were organized for all women all across the Greater Toronto Area to participate in our creative campaigns.

Our events foster the aspirations of emerging models, entrepreneurs, creatives, leaders, friendships and more. Virtually or in-person, we curate spaces to celebrate women.

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Shaping self-confidence & self-love

Opportunities & Resources

We believe in active collaboration with folks who share our vision and mission. Together, we can produce projects that empower and inspire women in a variety of ways. Our work is ultimately designed for young women and girls in marginalized communities as we aim to demonstrate that they possess the power to dismantle any barriers along their path.

Non-Profit Social Enterprise

♡ Shop Flaunt It Collection ♡

In September 2020, Flaunt It launched their social enterprise and collection to help the organization sustain themselves as a grassroots group and help fundraise for the resources inaccessible to emerging artists in marginalized communities.

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