This past Wednesday, my sister Anna Maria and I had the pleasure of attending Verily Magazine’s D.C. launch party at A Bar Lounge in Foggy Bottom.
Verily is a new magazine catering to strong, virtuous, empowered women. It seeks to set itself apart from mainstream women’s magazines that spout off radical feminist, hypersexualized platitudes. Its tagline reads, “Be less of who you should be, more of who you are.”
(You can read my Townhall.com column about it.)
The theme of the occasion was “We Are the Storytellers.”
Esteemed guests were Fox News Contributor Kirsten Powers, The Transom’s Ben Domenech, and American Enterprise Institute’s Christina Hoff Sommers. Countless young professionals from conservative organizations and fashion blogs also gathered to hear and learn more about Verily.
Below are some pictures from the event:
Me holding a copy of the June/July issue of Verily Magazine.
Anna Maria (L) and I (R) pictured with AEI scholar Christina Hoff Sommers.
Verily co-founders Kara (L) and Janet (R) discussing why they started Verily.
Delicious cocktail at the Verily Magazine launch party in D.C.
Made some new friends at Verily Magazine’s launch party!
From left to right: Amy, me, Tiffany, and Anna Maria.
If you haven’t checked Verily out yet, get on it! I’m happy to lend my support to their efforts. I encourage every woman to subscribe to it and read it. Visit verilymag.com.