#100 Women

by Lost in the fog 11 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • Lost in the fog
    Lost in the fog

    In the UK the BBC has been celebrating the role of women who have made a difference to the world. They have focused on 100 women in particular who have taken a lead in various professional jobs.

    Isn't it sad that we'll never see a Jehovah’s Witness woman appearing on such a list because of the misogynistic attitude within their organisation.


  • LoveUniHateExams


    Some genuinely influential people on the list, including STEM professors and best-selling authors.

    Maybe a few too many 'activists' for my liking and I'm not sure why Chelsea Clinton makes the list but still, pretty good ...

  • Simon
    I'm not sure why Chelsea Clinton makes the list

    Because she's done so much for ... erm ...


  • jwleaks

    Chelsea Clinton???

    What about Chelsea Manning? American activist, whistleblower, politician (ran for the senate in 2018), and former United States Army soldier.

  • smiddy3

    I didn`t see Barbara Anderson on the list ,she would get my vote.

    And Julia Gillard the first Australian woman PM got on this list ? Well I guess that counts for something .

    Did a first female Astronaught /Cosmonaught or maybe I should say the first female into space make this list ?

  • Xanthippe

    Fabiola Gianotti, 58 - Particle physicist, Italy.

    Fabiola is a particle physicist and became director general of Cern, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, in 2016.

    I didn't know this! Great thread.

  • smiddy3

    OK my bad this is for the year 2018 i should have not jumped in too soon without reading it properly .

  • 2+2=5
    I'm not sure why Chelsea Clinton makes the list

    Because her dad was the president.

  • Xanthippe

    We could talk about what these hundred women have achieved, or we could just talk about Chelsea Clinton........ Why am I not surprised

  • 2+2=5

    We definitely should talk about the 99 women.

    Julia Gillard the former PM of Australia asked for the royal commission on institutional response to child sex abuse.

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