According to our 2013 industry survey, 28.3% of online marketers are women. Many people has spend their life’s work been focused on increasing the visibility of women and other minorities in male-dominated professional fields. The purpose is not to give you an intersectional Feminism lesson or explain to you that institutional sexism is indeed alive and systemically present in online marketing. It is just to give you few tips and tricks to make our corner of the world more welcoming to women. Several of these tips can also easily be adjusted and applied to other groups of marginalized people. Some can really just be applied broadly to life. In order to be better marketers and better people, we need to open ourselves up to the experiences of others, particularly to the voices of people whose backgrounds are different than ours. But because of how our cultural biases work, we often must actively and consciously work at creating more welcoming environments. It sucks to think women are any less than awesome, and even when they consider themselves non-prejudiced, their behavior can still support systems of sexism, racism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, and more. Let’s dive in and shake up the industry!