2018: Year of the Rebellious Woman

Year of the Rebellious Woman

Are you a Rebellious Woman?

Of course you are. Now it’s time to share your story with the world.

The outrageous acts and everyday rebellions that are making our neighborhoods safer, our workplaces more equitable, our lives more just and our possibilities endless aren’t just taking place in Washington, Hollywood or Wall Street. They’re taking place right here in Illinois, and we have YOU to thank. Few things are more inspiring or more empowering than reading about how one person – one Rebellious Woman – is changing the world in ways big and small. We want everyone to hear about our hometown superheroes.

Know a Rebellious Woman who makes you proud but won’t toot her own horn? Tell us all about her.

We’re declaring 2018 the Year of the Rebellious Woman. We’re collecting profiles and photographs all year long to be included in a monthly feature. Fill out the form below to nominate yourself or another Rebellious woman.

Submission deadlines are 11:59 p.m. CT the third Friday of every month. See a full calendar of deadlines here.

By submitting information about yourself, you give Rebellious Magazine permission to publish online and across our social media accounts. Profile information submitted on behalf of someone else will be verified with the nominee prior to publication, so please provide their email address as well. Entries may be edited for length and content. Submission does not guarantee publication. Yes, you can totally use bad words. 

If you prefer to submit the profile and photograph at the same time via Google forms, click here!

Otherwise, please fill out the information below & email photos separately.

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Karen Hawkins is the Founder and Rebelle in Chief of Rebellious Magazine. She is a recovering mainstream media reporter and editor who wants to thank her former boss for naming the online magazine she's always wanted to start when he called her “Rebellious” for taking too many weekends off. When she isn't instigating a media Rebellion, she's thanking her lucky starlets she gets to do whatever she wants on weekends.