I can just say, 'Hey, if my girls are taken care of and they can walk down the aisle with a smile, there’s no worries.'"
Mai Khanh Tran Has Been A Janitor, A Wall Street Hot Shot, And A Pediatrician. Next Up? Congresswoman. (ELLE)
"If there is a time for me to be a healer, to be someone to help people who have to suffer or worry about their families, this is the time."
"I've never identified myself as courageous, but I do think of myself as someone who does what I feel needs to get done."
A woman will train with other potential officers this summer in hopes of becoming the first female Navy SEAL. Source: First woman enlists to become a Navy SEAL - CNN.com...
I’ve gotten so much praise for being a strong woman, but these Gutsy Broads pushed me, supported me and carried me through what could have otherwise been a very dark time in my life.
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Once a housewife with untapped potential, this artist has embraced the bold and the beautiful.
War doesn’t discriminate by gender. Politics does. But in 16th century Japan, Katakura Kita was a hero on both fronts.
She was a widow and a single mother, and was also a businesswoman and a diplomat who saved countless lives in the wake of World War I.
“Article Four: The words of women and girls are to be utterly disregarded.” Yamamoto Yae probably heard these words from an early age. They were read before her community’s assembled samurai at least once a ...