Serena williams giving up on dating
What would you say to a man who says this is sexist for not including men?
Becoming a new parent is an intense experience in the best of conditions—you've got a tiny, screaming newborn to keep alive, to say nothing of the sleep deprivation.
Serena Williams is doing her part to help Black female business owners get their companies off the ground.
On Friday, March 22, the tennis star posted an Instagram message to say that she’ll be giving seed money to women of color who are in the early stage of their businesses, and she’s partnered with Whitney Wolfe Herd, who founded the dating app Bumble, to make it happen.
And, unsurprisingly, Kate was the picture of composure and looked more like someone who had spent a day at a relaxing spa than pushing a tiny human being out of her body.
has the energy to be standing in front of a large group of people.
A post shared by Serena Williams (@serenawilliams) on “Things I won’t stop talking about: investing in women,” wrote Williams.
Now through March 27th, @Bumble Fund applicants will get an opportunity to pitch their idea to me and @Whitney.Like Serena I, too, had a "hole in my abdomen" that required daily care after a C-section infection, with other complications to boot.I couldn't lift anything heavier than my baby, nor could I walk unassisted farther than a few steps to the taxis that shuttled me to endless doctor appointments while my partner stayed home to feed and change our newborn.But for Serena Williams, the arrival of baby Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.also came with serious danger to her health and a particularly difficult recovery.