0:40 What is Boi Society?
2:17 Beginning in Fashion. The birth of Boi Society
3:55 Social Media Following and Response
5:00 Evolution of Fashion
8:00 Stealing Culture
11:32 The LGBT Community
13:00 Creating a safe space for people who didn’t fit into society’s box.
14:00 Steps: The Beginning of Boi Society
17:14 Feedback: The Good, The Bad
22:39 Human Issues – The “I Am” Principle
24:00 Carter the Body – Boi Society Magazine
25:25 Top 3 Dream Mentors
26:35 – Boi Society, a business?
27:30 Tend to Your Garden, advice from Brooklyn
33:02 Next Steps for Boi Society
37:23 Boi Society Club
40:52 2016! Tour?
Vanessa “Brooklyn” Wright is a visionary turned branding leader. 2 years ago she set out fill a void in her own life, noticing the lack of representation of young queer, non conforming women in the media space. So she created Boi Society, a community designed to inspire and empower queer women who wear mens clothing and didn’t fit into the society’s standards of feminine. Now Boi Society has one of the largest tomboy/queer communities on the internet with over 50k loyal members and allies. Boi(s) for short, this community is making history and paving the way for women and humans to express themselves anyway they see fit. Brooklyn calls Boi Society the modern day feminist movement.