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MILF 2.0: redefining the term to empower mothers and female founders

The term “milf” has been around for over 25 years, and it’s time for a change. The current acronym, “Mothers I’d Like to F — (have sexual relations with),” is outdated and offensive. It objectifies mothers and reduces them to sexual objects, and it’s time for a new definition that better reflects the changing attitudes of our society.

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The new acronym for MILF is “Mothers I’d Like (to) Fund,” which emphasizes the value of investing in mothers, business owners, founders, and LPs [limited partners who invest in venture capital firms] and their contributions to our communities and society. This new definition opens up the door to a brighter future for our daughters and sons, and for the generations to come.

Investing in mother founders (and female founders in general) has a number of potential benefits:

Last week, I added a new definition of MILF to the Urban Dictionary. (See below.) There are currently 280* pages with about five definitions per page for the original meaning of MILF. The more new definitions we add, the more we can dilute the old ones and increase the chances that when your daughter or son searches for the term online, they will only see the new, positive definition. Feel free to add your own definition as well. It’s too late for my teenage kids but there is time and hope for yours. Let’s work together to create a better future for our children and humankind.

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“Mother I’d Like (to) Fund”

Mothers, whether [they] gave birth or not; married, separated, divorced, or widowed, that angel investors, syndicates, PE funds, VCs, or anyone else see as successful entrepreneurs and want to fund their startups and business ventures.

These mothers are super intelligent, ambitious, passionate, have grit, and will never stop until they reach their goals. Many of them are executives in corporations, doctors, lawyers, hold higher education degrees from respectable universities, and serial entrepreneurs. The more funding support they get, the more milfs we’ll have and they will end up investing in more milfs, creating a milf-growth flywheel.

Milfs are strong, some give birth at least once, all raise kids, and they can handle anything! Building startups is a walk in the park compared to giving birth and raising kids, I know it from personal experience.

The milf is setting up an example for her daughters, and sons, to follow in her footsteps and pave the way to make it easier for the next generations to fund their startups.

Milfs are the mothers of their startups. Like a mama bear, they will do anything to protect the startup and grow it to be a successful, independent business, with as much revenue and market value as they can imagine and aim to. They will reach profitability fast, outperform many other companies, and build unicorns and dragons.

How to use the term: I invested in this milf ‘s pre-seed round $25k and made $2.5m after IPO.

by Reneta Jenik | Folsom, California, USA | myfoodom.com

This article first appeared on Medium and is published here with permission from the author.

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*A Dec. 13, 2022 search for “milf” in the Urban Dictionary resulted in 117 pages but there are many more mothers out there who could use the support of investors to fuel their businesses. Jenik believes that it’s time to invest in mother founders.

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