This is what feminist travel really looks like

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This is what feminist travel really looks like

When it opened last year in Washington DC, Hotel Zena was billed as a destination ‘dedicated to female empowerment’. Salma El-WardanySALMA EL-WARDANYEgyptian-Irish presenter, writer and self-titles feminist freedom fighter‘To me, a feminist hotel is female-owned and works on the economy of sisterhood. I travel the world alone, but people consistently say it’s not safe. Everyone on our team is female – it’s important that we give women employment, a space and a voice.’ blackgirlstraveltoo.comLike this? Now read:Women educating and empowering women through the travel industryWomen educating and empowering women through the travel industry Inspiration Women educating and empowering women through the travel industryThe best female-only spaces in LondonAdvertisementThe best female-only spaces in London Style & Culture The best female-only spaces in LondonMumbai: female entrepreneurs changing rules in the city

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