The Museum of Science Fiction has successfully kickstarted their first anthology, 'Catalysts, Explorers, & Secret Keepers: Women of SF':
We are looking for short science fiction that celebrate women with agency in science fiction. We want to see stories about women who take initiative, who take matters into their own hands, who can make changes. Women with agency includes catalysts who spark changes and challenge societal norms, explorers hunting for something different, and secret keepers operating behind the scenes. To be clear, we’re not just looking for stories about women who kick butt or standard trope reversals, and we are still interested in stories that pay homage to classic works.
They're paying $0.06 USD for fiction from 2,000 to 5,000 words. There are only a few weeks left but this sounds pretty cool. Submissions are not restricted to female authors only.