Candice Patton, Caity Lotz, Emily Bett Rickards Reveal How 'Shethority' Was Born

Candice Patton, Caity Lotz, Emily Bett Rickards Reveal How 'Shethority' Was Born

Candice Patton and Caity Lotz were celebrating big time this week because the new Shethority website just launched!

Now, speaking with EW, the two CW stars, along with Emily Bett Rickards, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, and more are talking about their mission behind the organization and how it really was born.

“It’s usually one or two women on each show and all the sudden there were five or six of us and we started really talking,” Caity shared about when the idea came about, which was during some downtime while filming the first crossover event.

Shethority is the place to go online, where women can come together and just talk. About everything, and anything.

“There’s been this movement of female empowerment and women standing up and asking for what they deserve and demanding respect and equality,” Candice adds. “Shethority came around the time of the #MeToo and all of these other movements, and I think it has to do with where we are in our society.”

Arrow star Emily also spoke about the space provides a go-to place for fans, and them, to get real with their feelings and get support.

“There is no substitute for the authenticity of actually talking to one another,” she shared. “Any question you have, most likely someone else is having as well. You’re continually learning about yourself and the people around you.”

Candice continues, “We found that the more women speak to each other and speak truthfully, we have way more in common than we have differences.”

You can visit the new Shethority website now!

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