Katie Pringle knew long before she got into the cannabis industry herself that its culture did not cater particularly well to women.
Recent scientific studies substantiate what many marijuana users have claimed all along — that it enhances sexual relations.
Carol Francey waxes nostalgic when she thinks back to the first time she tried pot.
For years, Kinleigh Stewart thought she was asexual.
Marijuana has been a man’s world but that’s changing according to Canndora, a company billed as a Cannabis Brand for Women, by Women.
As weed’s legal status loosens across the US, the way cannabis is being marketed, sold and celebrated is evolving. An industry that has been dominated by men is finding a female voice in consumers and new business owners.
Fashion-forward weed designs buck stigma and bring pot paraphernalia out in the open.
The Women Looking to Change the Male-dominated Weed Industry: ‘We’re Not Interested in the Largest Bong Ever Built’
Activists like Danielle Schumacher are setting up networking groups for women who are looking to get into the profitable cannabis industry in the US.
Oprah Winfrey is one of the richest and most powerful women in the entire world. And it turns out she may also be the richest marijuana-smoker in the world as well.
“We can’t go in there smelling like this!”