Sarah Sophie Flicker doesn’t have a job title. Not an official one, anyway. She’s got her hands full enough saving the world to spare even a minute worrying about what to spout off at a dinner party. “We live in a world where so many people don’t have official titles anymore, but there’s this pressure to explain what you do, or know what you’re gonna be when you grow up,” the activist, performer, writer, accomplished arealist, and mother of three tells us. “The thing that’s cool about life is that that changes all the time.” Between performing with her political cabaret The Citizen’s Band, producing political PSAs, penning pieces for the likes of Rookieand Cosmopolitan, campaigning for reproductive rights, serving as a muse to pals Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley’s most recent Marc by Marc Jacobs collection (where she kicked it in the #frow with activist partners in crime Tennessee Thomas and Alexa Chung), and picking her little ones up from school, Flicker is paving the way for women everywhere to kick ass on their own terms.
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