A private island located on the coast of Finland, dubbed "SuperShe" Island by owner Kristina Roth, is giving men the cold shoulder, banning them entirely from being guests.
The exclusive wellness retreat will host ten individuals at a time, but men need not apply. According to Roth, founder of networking group SuperShe, the island is meant as an escape from the male gaze and societal pressures, where women can embrace an all-female energy.
"We're the average of the five people we surround ourselves with," Roth told CNN Travel. "And my philosophy is if you surround yourself with amazing women — and if you can bring together amazing women globally — then you're going to be the average of that group."
Ironically, Roth bought the island after her boyfriend introduced her to the beauty of Finland, she says.
"I fell in love with this area of the Finnish archipelago and I fell in love with a Finnish man, so there's definitely a love story there," she says. "He introduced me to the archipelago and after I'd bought the island [...] we started renovating it."
The entrepreneur says she will pick those lucky (or unlucky) enough to attend the retreat based mostly on their personality.
"The number one, number one thing that's important for me is that you have an amazing personality — like upbeat, cool personality — because you're on [an] island," said Roth. "That's what's going to make it fun and exciting for everyone."
But, hilariously, the female-only island is not woke enough for SJWs!
Critic Ruth Pearson doesn't feel the island is inclusive enough to be considered "inherently feminist."
"The retreat being a female-only space doesn't make it inherently feminist," the 24-year-old told CNN Travel. "It is a space created by a rich, white woman for other women like her."
"These factors will disproportionately affect people of color, people with disabilities, trans women and those who are gender non-conforming, meaning this island is only for one very narrow type of woman," she continued.
Roth responded to the criticism by declaring entry into the island is open to anyone who identifies as a woman, which seemingly means men actually can enter the female-only space, too.
"It's very inclusive too, if you identify yourself as a woman then that's great," she says. "So we're not exclusive."