Poems by Blythe Baird are important; they’ll disturb you, and that’s what art is supposed to do. Here are her best poems that will strike a chord with you.
While the world celebrates Amelia Earhart, we have a stalwart aviator right here in India. Here is the story of Sarla Thakral, the first woman aviator of India.
Arlene Francis was an American actor who went on to become the first woman to host a game show, called What’s My Line? which ran from 1950 to the late 1970s.
If lady Doritos is counted among the things women need, then we have some ‘better’ ideas to add to the list!
We have all heard, seen, and maybe even dressed up like Frida Kahlo, who is a cultural icon. But why is Frida Kahlo famous in today’s day and age?
The Indian Army has not been kind of accomodating to women, but Priya Jhingan decided to defy all odds and became the first woman cadet of India. Here is her story.
Nancy Roman is an American astronomer, popularly called the “Mother of Hubble” due to her role in planning the Hubble Space Technology.
America Still Doesn’t Have A Female President, But Did You Know Who Was The First Woman To Run For Office?
Victoria Woodhull was the leader of the women’s suffrage movement, and in 1972, ran for the highest office in the country.
In today’s post, we talk about Deborah Sampson, the first woman to disguise herself as a man and serve during the American Revolutionary War.