Cupcake strives to provide information on gender, relationships, and women, as well as a laugh or two. We all need someone or something to relate to; we all go through similar experiences, but we don’t have to do it the same way our mums and dads did. It’s time to reclaim our identities, and enjoy it every step of the way. Cupcake is primarily opinion and fact based, with several different authors of diverse backgrounds.
Where did the name Cupcake come from?
Cupcake’s very first post “What to call your vagina” was the inspiration for the name of this blog. I mean, who doesn’t like a good cupcake?
Cupcake is run and maintained by some pretty great people. Established in 2013, we are pretty new. Check out the amazing people behind our movement. If you would like to write for us, feel free to reach out.
Editor in Chief
Kenzie Clark. A woman, student, amateur yogi, dreamer, coffee drinker, and feminist. Kenzie created Cupcake as an outlet to express herself. She has now invited others so do the same.
Asha Shaw. A young woman with a huge heart. She is an avid YouTube watcher and a lover of vision board. She’s a student with a passion for empowering women to rise to their best selves and acknowledge their worth.
Anneliese Wansten. A strong and independent young woman with a passion for gender equality and education. She aspires to help others find their strength, and raise their voice! Also a lover of daisies, coffee, and manatees.