Gathering with no other agenda other than to gather, is powerful. Bringing people together who don’t know each other in a treasure palace (ah-hem HausWitch) is powerful. We felt that power in HausWitch last month. Let’s continue to come together over competition. Let’s support feminist businesses. Let’s get vulnerable and weird with new people. Let’s put ourselves first and share in that magic together.
WBUR The Artery
“For The Cauldron — an online and in-person feminist community that offers communal dinners and meetups across Boston — dinner tables are an integral piece of feminist lineage. Around them, they gather feminists from different walks of life in the hopes that sharing space will ignite new insights and alliances.”
“Wherever you encounter them, whether in the physical world or via their magical Instagram presence, the Cauldron community is a) a fun good time, b) revitalizing, c) full of creative people to network with, collaborate with, and, often, discover the artwork of, and, d) a perfect place to commingle with the bats and learn just the spell you need to smooth over life’s rough edges.”
“Another example: Two of my friends saw a gap in Boston’s creative community… so they started a communal dinner series and online space where [people] could connect, support each other, and share resources. If there’s a thing you love or are curious about, it’s highly likely someone else loves or is curious about it, too. Invite a few people, tell them to invite a few people, and see what happens.”