was the first woman who earned a commercial pilot’s license in South America.
She achieved this in 1937 in her native Argentina.
Her achievements include piloting an amphibious
aircraft on a 4000-mile journey, from Panama to Argentina, in 1940, and flying
to Uruguay with two other female aviators in 1943, officially representing
Argentina. She was also a strong proponent of women’s rights and fought for the
recognition of female aviators.
Never forget this. Don’t put up with people’s shit no matter how talented or smart they are.
Has anyone else been seeing those commercials with the deformed looking vegetables too? Do you really think kids can’t figure that one out? Everyone knows Viagra exists. I don’t need to think about your flaccid member when I’m watching anything. You can’t even handle me talking about cramps!
Instead of those “candy machines” that Ducky talked about in Pretty in Pink. How about this?
India Rules Sex With a Child Bride Is Always Rape in a Massive Win for Girls’ Rights:
We hear so much bad news from India and women’s rights. It’s so wonderful to hear good news in the advancement of women’s rights!
The vocabulary and turn of phrase used when we were young really molds how we see things as adults. This is important and could be so helpful for both boys and girls.
Media silence as gang rape survivor from northern Iraq wins Nobel Peace Prize:
I’m very sad not to have heard about this at all. I didn’t see one headline. YOU ARE AMAZING NADIA MURAD!!! I hope you’re able to accomplish so much with that prize money and CRUSH THE PATRIARCHY!!!!!
For you ladies and gents… unless that person’s bald… then you gotta come up with a new plan.
Senda Berenson Abbott (1868-1954) is an
important figure in women’s basketball for being the author of the first Basketball
Guide for Women, published in 1901. She adapted and modified the rules of the
sport in order to enable more female players to participate.
She was born in the Russian Empire and emigrated
to the US with her family at the age of seven. She joined the Boston Normal School
of Gymnastics, and later became a sports ambassador for various schools.
She was enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1955, the first woman so honoured.