Real talk...if you're actually one of the founders, why aren't you officially recognized as one? Obviously, women's voices have historically been suppressed, but men need to be part of the solution, and that starts with them voicing their opinions. Don't get me wrong, women's voices need to be amplified, and men need to take the time to listen. But I just don't understand how having a man as a co-founder affects any of this. The only people I can imagine getting upset about this are fake woke virtue-signalers. Those are not true feminists, and trying to lean into whatever you think will make them happy will just screw you over in the long run.