SuperShe Island: It’s Just for Women
If the patriarchy is just getting too much and you need a break away from the testosterone, look no further than SuperShe island.
Founded by Kristina Roth it is a new island off the coast of Finland, the new resort promises to be a relaxing female-only oasis – as Roth has enforced a strict no-men policy, according to the New York Post.
The idea for a vacation destination exclusively for females came to Roth while she was taking a restorative vacation in Calabasas, California and noticed the effect men had on the good vibes when they arrived.
A Female Oasis
While she was there she found that men’s company seemed to mess with the relaxing vibes.
“When there was a cute guy, women would put on lipstick,” she told The Post.
“The idea [at SuperShe island] is, hey, focus on yourself — don’t try to get your hormones up.”
Roth decided on Finland after falling in love with a local man showing that despite appearances she does not hate the opposite sex.
Roth said she “loves men” – and could even be open to male guests in the future. But for now, a representative for SuperShe told The Independent: “Women need time to spend with other women” where they can “nurture each other’s dreams and desires.”
To Open in July
So far, SuperShe visitors have all come from within Roth’s inner circle. Once reservations open to the public in July, Roth says she’ll vet interested parties in a similar way to Soho House, which requires current members to vouch for applicants.
To apply, women must fill out an application with name, phone number, and why they are excited about the SuperShe Community. Eager applicants can also upload a video message as part of their applications.
But once the island is officially ready for visitors, women “can expect activities such as yoga, meditation, healthy eating, cooking classes, fitness classes, and much more,” according to a representative for SuperShe.
Prices are yet to be determined. “I’d like to vet the person and see that they’re well-rounded and would fit in,” she said, “but I don’t want to be elitist.”