Seeking Supports Women’s Rights

Expand Choice and Cancel Shaming — Seeking Activates a New Approach to Women Empowerment

After 100 years of voting and many waves of the feminist movement, the fight for female equality is not over yet. Issues like sexual freedom, equal pay, and harassment still affect women today — and they shouldn’t. At Seeking, we believe it’s time to end the gender gap and stand behind female empowerment. That’s why we created a dating platform that makes sexism a thing of the past.

We’re proud to put relationship choice at the core of the Seeking experience. As a company, we create a safe space for women to make decisions about their own bodies. We advocate for their right to choose an unconventional lifestyle. Because as consenting adults, women have the power to choose who they date, when they see them, and what type of relationship they establish.

Through our platform, we do more than support empowered dating choices for our users. We challenge the conventional ideas that continue to repress women. Our goal is to protect everyone’s right to establish relationships in their own terms.

The best way to champion all women’s rights is to stop judgement over a woman’s lifestyle.

Simply stated: a woman’s sexual choices are not open to discussion. We reject slut shaming as much as we say no to prude shaming. From social posts to blog entries and links to resources, we’re here to spark an honest conversation on Women’s Rights. Join us on all our channels and share your favorite posts! It’s time to be unapologetic and take a stance against sexism.

Women have the right to live free from violence, slavery, and discrimination; to be educated; to own property; to vote; and to earn a fair and equal wage.[1]

Empowering Women in the Workplace

Since gaining the right to vote, women have made significant advances across the board—and the business sector is one place where they have truly shined in recent years.

Celebrating a Century of  Women’s Empowerment

Seeking is celebrating its commitment to 100 Years of Choice, as women have never been as empowered as now to make their own decisions.


New women-owned businesses created per day in the US in 2019[2] 


Women in the U.S. who have a Bachelor’s Degree or higher[3]


Women voters reported in the last US presidential election[4]

1 in 5

Women owned firms with revenue of $1 Million or more [5]

Resources for Local Support

Organizations across the world work to preserve and raise awareness for women’s rights. Here are some groups that seek gender equality on a local, national, and global level. Check them out to learn more about how you can make a difference or receive support.

National Organization for Women

As the grassroots arm of the women’s movement, the National Organization for Women is dedicated to its multi-issue and multi-strategy approach to women’s rights, and is the largest organization of feminist grassroots activists in the United States.

League of Women Voters of the US

The League of Women Voters of the United States encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

The 2020 Women’s Vote Centennial Initiative

The mission of the 2020 Women’s Vote Centennial Initiative (WVCI) is to serve as a central organizing and information-sharing entity for programs, projects, and activities that commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment.

The Women’s Rights Movement, 1848–1920

This site is a collaborative project between the Office of the Historian and the Clerk of the House’s Office of Art and Archives. Together, the offices serve as the House’s institutional memory, a resource for Members, staff, and the general public.

American Civil Liberties Union

The ACLU dares to create a more perfect union — beyond one person, party, or side. Our mission is to realize this promise of the United States Constitution for all and expand the reach of its guarantees.


  1. United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Source:
  2. American Express, Source:
  3. Statista, Source:
  4. Center for American Women and Politics, Source:
  5. American Express OPEN “The State of Women-Owned Businesses 2019”, Source: