Famous Feminists - List of Famous Feminists - page 2
The term Feminism receives a mixed platter of both cynicism and acceptance from both genders and all age. But even in the midst of misconceptions feminism at the core is all about celebrating women and empowering them to no end to take on the world with no fear. For some, this movement might look synonymous to hate but Feminism in all its glory is about equality for male, female, and the transgender, with no discrimination especially based on sex or race. The feminists aren’t a pack of male-hating folks demanding special treatment of any kind nor do they believe that one gender should be above the other. Feminists strive to make those virtues a norm that is usually looked down upon and help build a society where men aren’t afraid of vulnerability and women are allowed to be independent. Throughout history, many fearless women have put away the cloak of submissiveness and have gone above and beyond to throw some light on feminism. Women that held the reins of the fashion world during the 17th and 18th century like Coco Chanel did their own bit to break the gender gap; when women were expected to dress in skirts and dresses, Chanel designed pants and suits! Just like her, there are many such badass women of this generation like Oprah Winfrey, Ellen Page, Hillary Clinton, and Angelina Jolie who have changed the course of this world with their struggles. There is still more to learn from these women- keep reading and have your mind blown by their insane fearlessness!
Everything you need to know about these staunch feminists!
The Most Famous Feminists
|Joan Jett||September 22, 1958||American||Joan Jett is an American rock singer, musician, composer, actress, and record producer|
|Ellen Page||February 21, 1987||Canadian||Ellen Page is a Canadian actress known for her role in the film ‘Juno’|
|Nizar Qabbani||March 21, 1923||Syrian||Nizar Qabbani was a poet, and is one among the most honoured men in the Arab Literary world|
|Margaret Atwood||November 18, 1939||Canadian||Margaret Atwood is a Canadian writer, best known for her novels, short stories and poems|
|Mary Shelley||August 30, 1797||British||Mary Shelley was an author of the Romantic era whose first novel is regarded a benchmark in English literature|
|Valentina Tereshkova||March 6, 1937||Russian||Valentina Tereshkova a Russian cosmonaut created history when she became the first woman to travel to space|
|Halsey||September 29, 1994||American||Halsey is an American pop artist and songwriter|
|Sojourner Truth||December 1, 1797||American||Sojourner truth was an African American abolitionist who was the first black woman to win a case against a white man|
|Abigail Adams||November 11, 1744||American||Abigail Adams was the second First Lady of America|
|Susan B. Anthony||February 15, 1820||American||Susan B|