Thinx founder and former CEO Miki Agrawal is trying to salvage the good name of her period underwear startup.
Agrawal founded the heavily marketed and feminist-branded company, which took over subways with its ads for “people with periods,” but stepped down as CEO a week ago to become “chief vision officer.”
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After her departure, Racked published an account of what it was really like at the buzzy startup: producing marketing that co-opted feminism, with terrible maternity leave policies and other kinds of less-than-feminist workplace behavior behind closed doors. Read more…