Intersectional Feminism – By Dr. Megan Stubbs

From ‘Me Too” to ‘Ask Her More’ and ‘Don’t tell me to smile’, its clear that the current climate has feminism at the forefront. While these initiatives and more are starting very important conversations, it is important to note that when we say we are fighting for equality for women, that it truly means all women.

When using the term ‘women’ it is imperative that we look at marginalized populations, who incidentally are the ones who need feminism the most. Women, referring to gender, but are the challenges the same of a white woman vs a black woman? What about a straight woman versus a lesbian woman? What about a white lesbian high school graduate vs a straight Latina woman with a masters degree?

When taking into account all of the nuances that encompass differences women have in society, we are being intersectional. Widening our view on these important distinctions helps us on our way to practicing intersectional feminism. Universalizing the claims of relatively privileged women can often take away or even silence those in marginalized populations.

So if you are really into feminism, see how intersectional feminism fits into your world and see if you need to make any adjustments.


Holding degrees in Human Sexuality and Biology, Dr. Megan Stubbs is an energetic multi-media savvy Sexologist. She often hosts seminars, appears on television, speaks on radio and writes for many online and print publications such as Women’s Lifestyle Magazine and Playboy; and has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Women’s Health, AskMen, Bustle, Refinery 29 and more! She is mindful of inclusion and brings a sensitivity to ethnic diversity rooted in her own complex heritage. Her programming is designed to entertain and educate with actionable steps and information the participants can use as soon as they leave!


Tuesday Tunes – Tana Matz

Tana Matz is an up and coming singer/songwriter in the Cincinnati area. She knew she had a love for music at a young age, but she is now putting those dreams of hers into action.

With a country and pop mesh, Tana brings a cheery tune out of Cincinnati and I’m excited to hear more from her.” – Infinity Beats Music

You can follow her exciting career by liking her Facebook Page.

For booking information please click here.



We are attending APCA Spring Regional Conference in Hershey, Pennsylvania!

We’ve got lots of amazing talent at APCA!

Check out the schedule:

————Friday, March 16th ———————-

SOHO Kings

Showcase time: 12:00pm

Location: Blue Room

Nash Fung

Showcase: 6:00pm

Location: Blue room

Face Off – BATSU!

Showcase: 9:30pm

Location: Red Room

————————–Saturday, March 17th——————-

Matthew Shapiro

Showcase: 3:30Pm

Location: Red Room

Joshua Fredenburg

TWO Ed Sessions:

10:00 am – Emotional Intelligence 2.0 – Are You Emotionally Fit?

11:00 am – Are You Ready for the Future? Leading a Multicultural, Diverse, and Inclusive Team!

Can’t wait to see everyone there – it’s going to be so much fun!


Please come by booths 22-25 and say hello – we’re waiting with a smile, and a phone to add to our SnapChat story.

Tuesday Tunes – Roots of Creation

Whether on the festival circuit, performing at jam favorites like Gathering of The Vibes, Wakarusa, Camp Bisco, and Closer to the Sun, or sharing the stage at sold out shows with some of their diverse influences including Slightly Stoopid, The Wailers, Fishbone, and Michael Franti, reggae/rock/dubtronica band Roots of Creation (RoC) offer up a high-energy, infectious experience.

“From addictive reggae pop songs to consciously charged roots rhythms and berzerk electronic improvisations, the grace and precision with which Roots of Creation execute their bass-heavy works is overwhelming. Their roots are tinged with rock, their rock brushed with electronica, and they’re as likely to dash off into a 10-minute guitar-led groove as they are to perform righteous vocal songs that resonate like the roots-rock classics of old.” — Homegrown Music Network

To see what they are up to be sure to check out their Facebook page.

For booking information please click here.



Celebrating International Women’s Day with Tish Norman

It is our day ladies!!! Happy International Women’s DAY!! We are so BOSS!! We are mothers, aunts, daughters, grandmothers, sisters, godmothers, employers, employees, mentors, supporters, sustainers, prayers, preachers, Bishops, Sorors, Sorority sisters, governors, mayors, presidents, volunteers, fighters, warriors, generals, survivors, BELIEVERS, faith- holders, life-givers, overcomers, VICTORS, and if you can believe it…so much more!!! It’s no secret that women are slowly taking over the world…and making significant progress in holding crucial positions in the work place and beyond. Women in areas like politics, academia, athletics and business are making advancements and experiencing new levels of success more than ever before. Women who are going after their goals are excellent examples for collegiate women to follow, and to show them what it means to truly be a flourishing woman.

Unfortunately, in some arenas today, faux beauty, glitz, glamour, and pettiness have rivaled what it truly means to “slay with one’s virtue.” With social media sites and TV networks like Bravo, E, MTV, and VH-1 constantly pouring out reality shows that endorse women making bad decisions—negative and skewed messages are in position to adversely influence women of all ages, everywhere. My opinion. You are certainly entitled to yours as well. During an interview last year, I was quoted, “Too many women have become household names from making less than constructive decisions in main stream media. This has literally taken over and transformed the culture. In exchange for a quick dollar and five minutes of fame, women let the networks and money-hungry television executives exploit the very worst of who they are.”

When women on campus take on the role of being a student leader, they’re faced with an array of challenges. Which organization is the best one to join for me? Will other women respect me? How do I give voice in an organization predominantly run by men? Do I have enough time to successfully lead an organization? These are just a few questions that a young woman may consider. I suggest, nonetheless, when faced with an obstacle, “unleash your inner GODDESS BOSS CHIC and know that you have gifts, talent and beauty that is uniquely yours—unmatched by any other. You have a voice. You count and your voice matters.”

Finding a positive role model in your life can guide you in the right direction as well. By looking beyond the overly glamorized lives in the media, social media, on reality TV, heck, even on your campus, and focusing on what it means to truly be successful, women can begin work towards honest goals that will put them ahead in life. I recommend that you Identify role models in your life. Surround yourself with people, not just women, but people who are going somewhere and doing something to incite change.

Every woman on campus can be successful—it’s just the matter of getting out of your head and your room, and fulfilling those dreams. Ladies, when you sit on social media or watch reality TV, watch what NOT to do. Look and listen so you know how NOT to speak, dress, dance, walk, connect with, and get motivated by your own exceptional greatness!

Tish’s keynote, Becoming Outstanding Women celebrates women by giving women life skills from a fresh and new perspective. Tish uses the traditional standards combined with the dynamism of this generation to reach all women on relevant issues.

WE ARE WOMEN… the bold and powerful! We have a voice to energize!! Walk in your Queendom today and every day as I salute and love you all today!


About the Author

Tish Norman has been captivating and motivating audiences for close to 20 years and is among the nation’s premier classroom, campus, and corporate keynote speakers. A former school teacher, Tish found her passion in life—educating and empowering others through her stirring keynote presentations. Known for her wit and style, it is here that Tish delivers powerful messages in an approachable and practical fashion. She relates to and appeals to her audiences’ basic desire and common goal, to make the most of every leadership experience. Tish is the Executive Director of Transforming Leaders Now, Inc., an educational consulting company, specializing in college and career readiness and the African American experience.

Artist Highlight – Xclusive

Have you had the chance to experience a performance by Xclusive? If not, you’re truly missing out. Through hip-hop/anime dance, audience interaction, and stand up comedy, Xclusive DELIVERS and keeps his fans wanting more!

“Hysterical – he kept the audience laughing the whole time!”  – Simmons College

Be sure to like his Facebook Page to keep up-to-date will all the awesome stuff he is up to. And if you’re interested in booked you can click here.

Artist Highlight – Snap Boogie

Snap Boogie’s Show is a high energy combination of multi disciplinary dance, pop and lock, tap dance, audience participation, comedy, and crazy physical stunts. This show can be performed indoors or outdoors. On a stage with full production or as a pop-up format to reinvigorate crowds at universities, sporting events, festivals, fairs, corporate and special events.

“Electrifying!” – America’s Got Talent

Be sure to like his Facebook Page to keep up with his exciting career, and if you’re interested in booking him for a show you can click here.


We are at NACA Nationals THIS Week!!!

We are at NACA Nationals THIS Week!!!

Another exciting week for Metropolis Management – as we are preparing to head to NACA Nationals. For those of you who are going to be there we have the following artists showcasing their talents.

Hope to see you there checking out these amazing people – we sure are excited to see what they decide to show us.

Dan Henig – Saturday, February 17 at 7:55 PM!

Hoan Do – Sunday, February 18 at 2:09 PM!

Jen Kramer Magician Sunday, February 18 at 9:10 PM!

Sailesh The Hypnotist – Sunday, February 18 at 9:20 PM!

Backtrack – Tuesday, February 20 at 8:30 PM – 8:40 PM

Jinahie – Tuesday, February 20 at 2:35 PM!


Ed Session Presentation with Brent Scarpo

Program Title: Why Do You Hate Me? – A Look at Bullying and Self-Hate

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Starts at 10:15AM

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