School of Doodle outlines its objectives thus: “Our mission is to change the way girls value themselves and teach them to Be Loud. Our Vision is a world where girls don’t ask for permission. Our Goal is to promote and protect girls’ imaginations.” Instead of asking young women to Lean In, the artists and musicians behind this project instead ask women to peace out: to create their own space, create their own art, create their own voice. School of Doodle offers a striking alternative to the newest iteration of mainstream feminist discourse, which insists that women not only sit at the table with men, but put themselves at the head of it. School of Doodle asks women to not only forgo the table, but to flip it on their way out the door. The best way to train the next generation of feminist thinkers and makers is to encourage them to innovate free from the confines of the dominant, corporate masculine culture, instead utilising their own imaginative prowess to insist on the importance of alternative art for women to succeed, and succeed on their own terms.
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