There are different types of women in this world; both negative and positive examples. Of course PYNK Magazine is a proud supporter of the woman who is ambitious, diligent and a positive influence in the female community. Unfortunately, there are also examples of women that are epitomize negative stereotypes and that are bad representations of how a woman should carry herself.
It is important that we keep hope alive for the next generation of women to come. We must continue to shed light on women who are making moves professionally, spiritual and are simply positive forces in a society where women are degraded and treated as objects as opposed to equally righted beings. In honor of Women’s History Month, PYNK Girls would like to celebrate the go-getters and bread-winners that are out in the real world grinding and making their dreams come true.
Scroll down to check out five types positive role models and influential women that young girls should aspire to be.
The feminist woman is proud to be a female. She understands her worth believes in equal rights and treatment for men and women. Feminism is a collection of movements and ideologies that share a common goal: to define, establish, and achieve equal political, economic, cultural, personal, and social rights for women.
The activist is a woman who fight for a cause by any means necessary. If she strongly believes in something then she won’t stop until her vision comes to life. She wants to affect change in the world.
The entrepreneur is a modern-day genius. She is willing to work hard and grind to fulfill a dream. She doesn’t want to work for someone for the rest of her life, so she seeks to make her passion her paycheck. Entrepreneurship is the process of starting a business or other organization.
There needs to be more women in politics. The politician is the woman who is aware of the government, the justice system and issues across the globe. She seeks to find solutions to create an affective governmental system and a peaceful society.
The philosopher is a heavy thinker. She is always developing new theories about things unknown and unsolved. She is a genius in her own right and a brilliant intellectual. The philosopher speaks of substance and is a student of life—always learning.