Daily Superwomen of Egypt!

A tribute to all the Egyptian superheros,

Cleopatra, Nadia Younes, Samera Mousa, Farida Osman, Manal Rostom, Hidaya Malak. Those are not just names they are legends and an example of brave-hearted Egyptian daily superwomen who broke the stereotype frame and managed to deviate history to make a scintillating future to the forthcoming generations.

Top from the left Hidaya Malak, Manal Rostom
Bottom from the left: Nadia Younes, Farida Osman

Everyone is fighting his/her own fight but when it comes to her fights they are more of battles. On daily basis  we encounter superwomen who are fighting different forms of battles starting from cultural oppression to diverse variety of violence, yet still  tend to be vastly influential.

Their power comes in different shapes and forms, starting from the bright smiles bursting with positive vibes to the mess of gorgeous chaos strolling around with confidence announcing courageously that they are no longer dragging behind the shadow of the masculine society.

Rewinding to a century or two ago, Egyptian women were labelled weak and had no dominance in businesses. When it came to basic human rights, going to school was considered a privilege while the tradition was being a decoration in household issues. Nowadays, they are becoming more brave showing extraordinary intelligence and their power of their will is no longer mislead, proving every single day that they are the gold base of the society.

To every single daily superwoman out there blooming in her career regardless her socioeconomic level or status, supporting her family on both levels financially and emotional, striving to obtain the best opportunities to her little ones for a chance of a decent life, THANK YOU. Thank you for being smacked down daily by the crucial life situations and still standing head held up high and stronger than ever.THANK YOU for being the best version of yourself.

“Whether I am meant to or not, I challenge assumptions about women. I do make some people uncomfortable, which I’m well aware of, but that’s just part of coming to grips with what I believe is still one of the most important pieces of unfinished business in human history—empowering women to be able to stand up for themselves.” —Hillary Clinton and by her words we stand.