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Women are always better than men and always been capable of achieving mean feats. You don’t believe it, right? So let’s check these 34 women with extraordinary achievements.
The Extra-Ordinary mother
In 2006, Eileen Collins, first female pilot and first female commander of a space shuttle left NASA after 16 long years, to spend more time with her husband and two children.
Nadia began collecting trash from school to home. Despite being taunted by her classmates as Trash Girl , she managed to inspire people. Fans turned her into a cartoon superhero.
Maud Wagner’s 1907 photograph established her as the first known female tattooist in the US. This circus performer pioneered the tattoo industry in the USA along with her husband, Gus.
Climbing High Mountains
Ann Daniels is the first woman in history to reach both the North and South Pole. She participated without any prior experience. Her triplets were only 18 months old when she achieved the mean feat.
Sacrificing life for the Protest
On 28 January 2016, Sarah Constantin decided to sacrifise her life for protesting the large number of executions in Iran.
Real Life Spiderwomen
Tori Allen, is from a small town in West Africa. Her superpower is her ability to climb cliffs and walls. She learned climbing from her pet monkey, Georgie, during childhood. No wonder, she’s called the spider woman.
Stiletto Runner Goes The Distance
Irene Sewell, former ballroom dancer, set a marathon Guinness World Record by running the entire distance of 26.2 miles in stilettos in 7 hours and 28 minutes.
Embracing Motherhood Doesn't Mean Quitting On Fitness
Who said having a baby meant sacrificing your Yoga routine? Both of them can go together, hand in hand.
Keeping In Shape Makes You A Better Mom!
Women are capable enough to handle their babies in their Yoga classes. Remember, a fit mom means a happy family.
Women as mothers
Morning sickness might seem disgusting, especially during pregnancy. It’s actually a body defense mechanism which flushes out parasites and harmful toxins found in meat and fish.
Bicep Beauty From Russia
Julia Vins, a 21-year-old Russian girl is also called as Muscle Barbie (for obvious reasons). Proving that building muscles does not mean compromising on beauty, she has amassed over 820K followers on Instagram.
Motherhood Is Not A Burden
A Spanish blogger requested Laura for a pregnancy photograph. It was taken just four days before she gave birth to twins. She proves with panache that motherhood is not a burden.
Make-up Your Mind Against Fear And Adversity
On 5 May 2015, in defiance of the authority, Jasmina Golubovska, put on some lipstick and kissed the soldier’s shield while protesting in front of the Macedonian government building in Skopje.
Way Better Than A Man While Handling An Aircraft
WW2 proved that women could handle all sorts of jobs in absence of men, even if it meant handling an aircraft.
Love Transcends All
That's What You Call Double Trouble
Research indicates that women are more likely to fail their very first driving test, even if it is virtual simulated. But that’s just genetic programming and not a flaw. This lady here, crashed both the car and computer. With woman being extremely talented, they shouldn’t care much.