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All The Baddest Bitches To Bad Bitch These Days

Being a woman sucks sometimes. Especially when it’s that time of the month when our vaginas are bleeding. We’re tired, emotional, and our only defense is copious amounts of chocolate and wine. They must be consumed, I don’t make the rules. But when this does happen I like to remind myself about all the baddest bitches out there leading the way for females. Those who are putting up with this and more and doing great things for the world. 

Yeah, it’s been a weird couple of years, and the world’s turned into a bit of a dumpster fire. But while Coronavirus is changing the way we live, there are women out there kicking arse, and reminding us that females can do anything.

Here Are My favourites For All The Baddest Bitches To Bad Bitch These Days That Inspire Me Every Day!

Jacinda Ardern

Jacinda Ardern slaps at being the NZ Prime Minister, so hard, that I’ve never been more disappointed in my life that I’m not a kiwi. In the wake of the Christchurch shootings, the 38-year-old politician has proven she’s a true leader for modern times, reacting with compassion, empathy, and absolute clarity. 

Her Corona Virus response was swift and effective, possibly saving thousands of lives. She’s also uses daily televised briefings and regular to Facebook Live Sessions to show she is following the rules, leading by example and to frame key questions and issues requiring attention. 

She even released a press conference saying the Easter Bunny is an essential worker, for all the kids that may have had concerns. 
She’s a freaking legend and makes me proud to be a woman. 

Greta Thunberg

A somewhat polarising choice, Time Magazine declared climate change activist Greta Thunberg person of the year in 2019, when she was just 16 years old. She had been leading a movement and inspiring people around the world to protest and fight for their future, especially children and teenagers. The school climate strikes, which she started alone in August 2018, have become a social movement.  

Thunberg has gone on to speak in front of the UN, shaming leaders for creating the climate crisis and demanding action. She has also received numerous honours and awards including honorary Fellowship of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society, inclusion in the Forbes list of The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women and two consecutive nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize.

One of our favourite things about her is her continual Twitter trolling of Donald Trump’s constant criticism of her, which gave us all the Lol’s. You know you’ve made it when the President of the most powerful country in the world spends his time bullying you on you on Twitter. You go girl. 

Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai is the youngest Nobel Prize laureate. She’s a Pakistani activist for human rights advocacy, and female education, especially for those women and children in her native Swat Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, northwest Pakistan, where the local Taliban had at times banned girls from attending school.

In October 2012, when she was just 15 years old a masked gunman boarded her school bus and asked, “Who is Malala?” before shooting her on the left side of her head.

She survived, waking up 10 days later in a hospital in Birmingham, England. It generated a surge of outrage, and support, worldwide. She now uses her influence to further support her cause, and well, change the world for the better. Honestly, is there anything more bad-ass than surviving being shot in the head, and never giving up on your cause?

Turia Pitt

In 2011, when Turia Pitt was just 24, she competed in a 100km ultra marathon in our Australian outback. After encountering an out of control grass fire she survived but only after suffering full-thickness burns to 65% of my body. The pain must have been excruciating. What happened to Turia Pitt was horrendous. How she embraced it afterward is simply inspiring.  

Since then she’s written multiple books, been honoured with multiple awards, mentored thousands of people to achieve their greatest goals through online programs and joined Tony Robbins, as a headline speaker at the 2018 National Achievers Congress. She’s also a proud ambassador for Interplast Australia & New Zealand, raising over $1 million in donations and $3 million in media awareness through events, speaking, and leading fundraising adventures along the Great Wall of China, the Inca Trail and the Kokoda Track.

Anika Molesworth

Is there anything better than supporting women doing amazing things? Anika Molesworth is a passionate advocate for sustainable farming, environmental conservation, and climate change action. 

Growing up on her family’s sheep farm near Broken Hill, NSW, it was her experience with droughts and dust storms, and her conclusion they were coming more. And they were more severe with climate change that changed her world, and started her career in science communication and advocating for sustainable futures. 

She spearheaded Farmers For Climate Action to be formed and matches land managers to researchers through her platform Climate Wise Agriculture with the aim to build resilience into farming communities. She’s won numerous awards, such as the 2015 NSW Farmer of the Year, and in 2017 was the state’s finalist for Young Australian of the Year. So proud to have an Australian making people stand up and realise the damage climate change is doing. 

Ellyse Perry

Ellyse Perry is my current sporting hero. Championing not one, but two sports, Ellyse Perry is easily one of Australia’s most inspiring young sportswomen. The ultimate all-rounder made her debut for both the Australian cricket and the Australian women’s national soccer team at the age of 16. That’s crazy!

She’s gone on to score a wonder goal in the football World Cup quarter-final. She contributed to Australia winning the cricket world cup, even with a broken ankle in 2013. Oh, and in case all that wasn’t enough, she’s even written children’s books to inspire young women to get into sport! What a bad bitch!

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