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Women’s News: 6 Awesome Things Women’s Bodies Can Do

Women’s News: 6 Awesome Things Women’s Bodies Can Do

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A Message From The Creator

A Message From The Creator

What It Takes To Get To The Next Level!!!

What It Takes To Get To The Next Level!!!

What It Takes To Get To The Next Level!!!

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By Kimberly Seabrooks

5 Things That Will Inspire Women To Achieve More

 

For a nation to grow and prosper out of the clutches of poverty and inequality, it is mandatory that the women and the men in the nation are looked upon as equals. Discrimination based on sex of a person classifies the society as a primitive, unsophisticated and uneducated one. A characteristic feature of underdeveloped economies is the women of the country being looked upon as second grade citizens. In most of the developed nations of the world, women are regarded and respected as able bodies and proud citizens of the country. For a community or a country to break out of the shackles of gloom and under productivity, it is essential that the women of the nation are empowered and respected. Mentioned below are 5 essential things that inspire women and bring out the best in them in this social structure which is wrongly centered towards the men folk.

Education

Experts around the globe think that education is the most basic necessity for every human being to survive and achieve their inner potential. Education is necessary for the men and even more for the women. The basic essence of education in the lives of women is that it enables them to identify the power within themselves and rise as proud human beings in a male dominated society. Education truly empowers women as it helps them realize their rights and fight for the same one being violated. Education helps in building a voice for the downtrodden and the exploited masses so that society takes them more seriously.

A happy environment

A suitable environment for women to grow up and thrive in is considered very important in the development of women. A social structure dominated by discrimination and inequality is not considered the ideal environment for women to grow up in. The growing woman looks around for inspiration and guidance. What a woman in her forming years visualizes is essentially what she gives back to the society later.

Women achievers

The likes of Margaret Thatcher, Madame Curie, and Hillary Clinton should be upheld in the eyes of women. If they could become world leaders and brilliant scientists other women can aim to be the same. Hope is often considered the most important by-product of life. Without hope, the basic essence of a happy life is an incredible feat to achieve. Happiness lies in the attainment of goals and a safe social network otherwise known as security.

Respect

With power comes respect. Empowered women are obvious to feel respected in all social circles because her motivations ad ideals will be followed by communitydwellers at large. The same will inspire a woman to achieve a whole lot more than she has already achieved.

Equality

Men and women on being treated as equals will morally uplift the mentality of women. With the transference of power from male to female hands will come the added sense of responsibility and self respect? Thus equality based on no sexual discrimination will definitely enable and empower women to achieve the greatest of things.

Women’s News: 6 Awesome Things Women’s Bodies Can Do

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Sometimes we women (just like the men folk) get bogged down in body image issues. We focus on what our bodies can’t do, how they don’t look and how we wish they looked. In the process, we lose sight of everything they are capable of and how downright incredible they are, imperfections and all.

So for a quick pick-me-up — a five-minute mini-celebration of women’s bodies and biology, if you will — here’s a reminder of six of the totally awesome things women’s bodies can do. And if you think of any big causes for celebration we left off the list, let us know in the comments.

Let’s all give our hardworking bodies a big ol’ pat on the back, shall we?

Read More:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/30/awesome-body-facts_n_3670765.html?utm_hp_ref=women&ir=Women

A Message From The Creator

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RIP Eileen Brennan

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Eileen Brennan, who went from musical comedy on Broadway to wringing laughs out of memorable characters in such films as “Private Benjamin” and “Clue,” has died. She was 80.

Brennan’s managers, Jessica Moresco and Al Onorato, said she died Sunday at home in Burbank after a battle with bladder cancer.

“Our family is so grateful for the outpouring of love and respect for Eileen,” her family said in a statement. “She was funny and caring and truly one of a kind. Her strength and love will never be forgotten.”

Brennan got her first big role on the New York stage in “Little Mary Sunshine,” a musical comedy that won her the 1960 Obie award for best actress. Along with her “excellent singing voice,” her performance was “radiant and comic,” said a New York Times review.

But it was a series of sharp-tongued roles that won her fans on television and in movies, including gruff Army Capt. Doreen Lewis in 1980’s “Private Benjamin,” aloof Mrs. Peacock in 1985’s “Clue” and mean orphanage superintendent Miss Bannister in 1988’s “The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking.”

“I love meanies, and this goes back to Capt. Lewis in `Private Benjamin,”‘ Brennan said a 1988 interview with The Associated Press. “You know why? Because they have no sense of humor. People who are mean or unkind or rigid — think about it — cannot laugh at themselves. If we can’t laugh at ourselves and the human condition, we’re going to be mean.”

“Private Benjamin” brought her a supporting actress nomination for an Oscar. She also won an Emmy for repeating her “Private Benjamin” role in the television version and was nominated six other times for guest roles on such shows as “Newhart,” “thirtysomething,” “Taxi” and “Will & Grace.”

“Our world has lost a rare human,” said “Private Benjamin” star Goldie Hawn in a statement. “Eileen was a brilliant comedian, a powerful dramatic actress and had the voice of an angel. I will miss my old friend.”

Brennan’s “Private Benjamin” role led to an enduring friendship with Hawn. A couple of years after they filmed the movie, Brennan and Hawn had dinner one night in 1982 in Venice, Calif. As they left the restaurant, Brennan was struck by a car. Her legs were smashed, bones on the left side of her face were broken, her left eye socket was shattered. Brennan said she fought her injuries with rage.

“I was no saint,” she said in an interview with Ladies Home Journal. “I was angry, and anger is a powerful emotion. It increased my determination not to go under, to get well.”

Brennan became dependent on painkillers, and two years after the accident she entered the Betty Ford Center to cure her addiction.

“We get addicted to dull the pain of life,” she told the magazine. “But once we accept that life is tough and painful, we can move on and grow and evolve.”

A decade after the accident, she said she was glad she was struck by the car.

“You learn from powerful things,” she said in 1992. “Initially, there’s enormous anger, but your priorities get shifted around.”

Brennan was a member of the original company of “Hello, Dolly” on Broadway. From the New York stage, she moved to the screen in “Divorce American Style” and “The Last Picture Show,” a pair of appearances on “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In,” and TV guest shots on everything from “All in the Family” and “McMillan & Wife” to “Kojak,” “The Love Boat,” “Murder She Wrote” and “Mad About You.”

Brennan was born Verla Eileen Regina Brennan in Los Angeles. She was educated in convent schools and studied at Georgetown University and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York.

She is survived by her two sons, Sam and Patrick Brennan.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2013/07/30/private-benjamin-actress-eileen-brennan-dies-at-80/#ixzz2aaA1OCQb

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