Ukraine has never had a female president. A lot of countries has never had a female president. Even in fashion world men occupy top executive positions. Have you ever thought why is it so?
Let’s get down to the moral case of this question. Women are more emotional than men. Sometimes it’s harder for women to make a decision right away or to keep a cool head. It’s much easier for men to take action, even if these actions can ruin relations between friends.
But on the other hand there are a lot of women who had changed history and our world. So let’s make a list of the most famous ones.
Despite she was frail, she had sharp mind and bad temper. But notwithstanding these facts, she shocked the perception of women’s appearance. The founder of the fashion house “Chanel” presented to the world black color, short haircuts, pants and “Chanel №5” fragrance and little black dress. In return, she took corsets, poodle skirts and complicated hair-dresses, and we’re very grateful for that (or at least should be).
She was the first woman who had the right to decide the fate of her country. And she succeeded in it, by completely changing India for the better. They thought she was an embodiment of Shakti — the Goddess of Brains. Even though she was a politician in times of need, she was always trying to be a woman. 31st October 1948 she decided not to wear her bulletproof vest and was killed by her bodyguards.
“Tiffany&Co” should be very grateful to her for making this jewelry company world-famous. Every girl who has ever watched “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” wanted to look like her. The secret of her thin waist wasn’t in diets or regular sport activities, but in hunger and the war that started when she was 12 years old.
She was called as an “Iron Lady” or “The strongest man in NATO”. But after her becoming a prime-minister of Great Britain, she managed to bail out the country from profound crisis and returned Great Britain’s Power Status.
Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Prize laureate ever. There are quite strict laws in Pakistani, and not every girl is entitled to higher education. She is only 21 years old, but when he started struggling for rights she was only 15 years old. The terrorist shot her, but even that didn’t stop Malala from her work. Now she is living in UK, but continues to fight for women’s rights.
So, girls, remember! If you think you’re not stronger than men, you’re right. But you’re as powerful as you can be. Just do what you want and what you think is right. Do what you love and love what you do — we must adhere to this famous proverb and put it into effect.