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InspiringWomeninHistory

anasofiaem36
over 1 year Story
Inspiring Women in History

Mary Wollstonecraft

So, today I decided to talk about this awesome woman right here. If you don’t already know about her, I suggest you keep reading. I find that she’s very inspiring for women, particularly the ones working in the fields of medicine and politics.

Mary Wollstonecraft was born on the 27th of April, 1759 in Spitalfields, London. Since she was young, she was always fond of books and liked educating herself and retaining as much knowledge as possible. She was always expected to be like every other woman of her social status: a school teacher, a governess or a lady’s companion. She did all of these, but she was left with the feeling that she could do even more than that.  She wrote books that fought for women’s rights and equality and made reunions with other women to talk about their ideas and how they could make changes for women in society. She inspired women to work in fields mostly occupied by men and she fought for women’s education (just like this company is doing). She was basically part of the beginning of what we now call feminism: where we fight for EQUALITY, not SUPERIORITY. Like her, we should try to stand up for our beliefs and fight for our rights. Make your voice be heard and NEVER let others talk over you.

I hope she inspires you as much as she inspires me,and if you have any doubts about her, feel free to ask me down in the comments.



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  • Maddy Bernstein
    over 1 year ago

    I didn't know about her @anasofiaem36 she was way ahead of her time! What do you think she would think about how far we've come today? 

    I didn't know about her @anasofiaem36 she was way ahead of her time! What do you think she would think about how far we've come today? 

    • anasofiaem36
      over 1 year ago

      I think she would be very happy to know that there have been women, that besides her, have gone down in history in the fields of politics and Science. For example, Marie Curie, the female scientist who literally died doing what she loved most and was the first person to claim noble honors twice (for chemistry AND physics). She discovered polonium and radium with her husband. This discovery led to the invention of x-rays, and later, sadly, to her death. We have also seen other examples of awesome women taking spots in different fields that seemed unreachable back then. So yes, she must be very proud.

      I think she would be very happy to know that there have been women, that besides her, have gone down in history in the fields of politics and Science. For example, Marie Curie, the female scientist who literally died doing what she loved most and was the first person to claim noble honors twice (for chemistry AND physics). She discovered polonium and radium with her husband. This discovery led to the invention of x-rays, and later, sadly, to her death. We have also seen other examples of awesome women taking spots in different fields that seemed unreachable back then. So yes, she must be very proud.


I'm here to spread empowerment and positivity. It's our time to shine and show what we're capable of. Always follow your dreams and never settle for less. Fight for your future and your rights and make your voice be heard.

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