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.
Too often, people have miconceptions and misunderstandings about the aromantic and asexual community. Here is everything you need to know about it.
As Women’s Day approaches, we celebrate some of the most powerful, trailblazing women in history. This is the story of Homai Vyarawalla, India’s first female photojournalist.
In today’s post, we will take a closer look at the incredible story of Edith Wharton whose writings beautifully amalgamated an onlooker’s view of American aristocracy with a very powerful prose style.
Women’s Day is a month away and so, we thought we should compile a list of the most remarkable women firsts from around the globe. Today’s post is about Marie Curie.
Savitribai Jyotirao Phule was an incomparable woman, and one of the first feminists of India. As part of our #WonderWomen series, we celebrate her legacy.
The patriarchal supremacy of male symbols of worship is no longer limited to texts or shrines. We live and breathe the religion that we devote our lives to.