In part, Siren dating app co-founder and CEO Susie Lee tells me over Skype, it's acknowledging that the pile of poop you're smelling is neither one you created nor one you are responsible for cleaning up.
The excrement is, in this case, metaphorical -- but that doesn't make it any less noxious than the real deal.
Lee is referring to Silicon Valley and the broader entrepreneurial realm's abysmal gender diversity, her brushes with which have at times been odious.
Originally hailing from the art world, Lee is struck by the offensive double standards women face in the boardroom.
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To address this need, SIREN created customizable privacy controls and a casual, conversational model of interaction that mimics how flirting happens in real life." Siren, simply and ingeniously, allows women to control their own visibility.
Users choose who gets to see their photos and when, exactly, they reveal them.
The Seattle Lesbian has changed the landscape of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) life by providing thought-provoking content with substantial relevancy on various angles of discussion and advocacy.
The evidence that this model fulfills a niche in the marketplace is significant.
Amidst Seattle’s recent comeback win over Green Bay, I’m reminded how very much we all love a comeback story.
In its first year alone, The Seattle Lesbian reached a threshold of one million readers on a global scale.
Sarah currently serves on the Family Equality Council’s West Coast Advisory Committee.