Women who assumed their role, ended stereotypes, and inspired the feminine generations to fight for their rights.


Valentina Tereshkova

Svetlana Savitskaya

Valentina Vladímirovna Tereshkova in Russian, Валентина Владимировна Терешкова Russian astronaut who was the first female engineer and at the same time the first civilian who manned a spacecraft. Having been selected among more than four hundred aspirants The names of Valentina Tereshkova and Svetlana Savitskaya are listed in the history of astronautics as the first women to make a journey through space. After a hard training, on June 16, 1963 Tereshkova was launched at Space on board the ship Vostok 6.

Margaret Hamilton, Margaret Hamilton posing alongside the codes she wrote as the engineer in charge of the Apollo Project (1969)

Jeanne Manford and her gay son, Jeanne Manford and their gay son in a gay pride march. Founder of the rights group "Parents, Families and Friends of Gays and Lesbians". (1972)


Warrior Samurai (late 1800) unknown name


Anna Fisher, Anna Fisher, (1984) The first mother in space, the success of an intelligent woman who besides being admired by her family, got a professional development that also earned her international recognition. Women are able to reach Any objective that is proposed.



Some of the first women to join the United States Navy. (August 1918)


Gertrude Ederle, Gertrude Ederle, the first woman to swim across the English Channel. (1926)


Two women show their legs in public in Toronto for the first time. (1937)

Sarla ThakralSarla Thakral (21) was the first woman in India to get a pilot's license. (1936)

Simone Segouin, Simone Segouin (18) fighting alongside the French Resistance during the liberation of Paris (1944)


Kathrine Switzer, Kathrine Switzer: first woman to run the Boston Marathon. The organizers of the event could not prevent him from finishing the race. (1967)



The first women's basketball team at Smith University. (1902)



Annie Lumpkins, Annie Lumpkins, a movement activist who sought to expand the right to vote in Little Rock city jail. (1961)


The female Hell's Angels. (1973)
A police officer takes care of a baby in his drawer. (Los Angeles, 1971)

Marina Ginesta, Marina Ginesta, 17 years old. Communist militant in Barcelona during the Civil War in Spain. (1936)

Sobiha Gokcen, Sobiha Gokcen, first female combat pilot. (Turkey, 1937)


A 106 year old woman in Armenia who protects her home. (1990)


Ellen O'Neal, Ellen O'Neal, one of the first women to skate. (1976)


Amelia Earhart, Amelia Earhart, the first female aviator who managed to cross the Atlantic Ocean. (1928)



A red cross nurse writes the last words of an English soldier. (Circa 1917)


Tania Bunke Bider, The guerrilla .Tania, the guerrilla. The only merit of the consequence defines it as a true Jew.


Monika Ertl. Monika Ertl the woman who avenged Che Guevara
What is written in the photograph says:
Sophie Scholl In 1942, during the height of Nazism,
A 17-year-old German girl, I believe with her brother Hans and
Her friends an antinazi group called La Rosa Blanca.This group
Distributed propaganda pamphlets criticizing the atrocities committed
By the regime, counting on the support of his professor of filosofía.Tras
Having been persecuted for a year, were discovered by another
Professor of his university that denounces them to the Gestapo of which
Was a member. On February 22, 1943, after having confessed under
Torture their "horrible" crime, were beheaded while shouting:
Long live freedom
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