#DOTHEFUTURE Women´s Day
Today is March 8th, Women's Day. We thought that, instead of taking advantage and doing a special promotion with female models, we would do a special #DOTHEFUTURE with the 5 women that we truly believe have advanced humanity towards a better future. Enjoy.
Katherine Johnson was one of the pioneering black women mathematicians in calculating the trajectory of Alan Shepard, the first American to travel into space. He was also in charge of evaluating the calculations for the mission that sent the first astronaut to orbit the Earth.
Benazir Bhutto achieved a historic milestone as she was the first woman to rule a Muslim country. Bhutto was killed in December 2007 by a 15-year-old suicide bomber sent by the Taliban. Undoubtedly, a hero in the global socio-political scene.
We are facing the first female astronaut in history. On June 16, 1963, she flew into outer space as the only crew member of Vostok 6, which circled the planet Earth 48 times in 3 days. She left a sentence for eternity: “On Earth, men and women face the same risks. Why shouldn't we do the same thing in space?"
Leia. A warrior and fighter princess. In a world where princesses were rescued by knights, Carrie played one of the first feminists in film history. In addition, as a screenwriter and writer, she had to fight to get what she deserves in a world dominated by men.
A true renaissance woman since she was not only a famous actress in Hollywood, but she is, nothing more and nothing less, than the inventor of Wi-Fi. We owe it to her that you can buy your Muroexe from your bed.