These 5 Women Dared to Break their Comfort Zone
Careers have no genders! They do not create a bias between the guy applying for it is a male or female. Yet, the decision-makers about the specific job done! Even in the 21st Century women are fighting for equal rights, justice, and some mere basic needs. How often has somebody noticed that the plumber who came to your house was a female employee? Also, how often have you noticed that the Uber was run by a female driver?
We are sick of society believing that a few job-related roles and duties could be an area where males would shine and for women, it's either kitchen or taking care of children.
Busting these myths and social norms, here are few examples of women who managed their careers and took care of their family, and proved to be perfect homemakers!
- Mayanti Langer
We are familiar with women being a part of journalism. We all have noticed Sucharita Ghosh in Republic Bharat and Anjana Om Kashyap in Aaj Tak! But what about sports media? So, women journalists have a place there? Have we ever seen women journalists taking interviews of famous cricketers and asked them sporty questions?
Mayanti Langer dared to broke this myth and did a fabulous job in the sports media industry.
- Mary Kom
One of the beautiful films of Bollywood displayed the passion and zest of Mary Kom to become one of the most challenging boxers of all time. She hails from northeast India and despite various struggles and difficulties faced by her she became the face of India and lifted the goals of the boxing championship! Not only is she a proud mother and a homemaker but she also did justice to her dreams and career.
- Ishita Malviya
Surfing has mostly been considered a male-dominated type of job and even a passion which could be pursued by males. But here comes Ishita Malviya breaking this stereotype and creating a beautiful spot for herself as a proud surfer. She is from Mumbai and now she is widely known as the surfer girl for choosing an unconventional field of interest and job as a living.
- Shatbhi Basu
Ever gone to a bar? Looked at the bartender for a moment? What if you find that there’s a girl who is carrying out today’s bartending? Just like the fields of electrician and plumber, Bartending is also one of the prominent fields where we expect to see a male guy. Instead of having gender equality, we tend to assume who would be perfect for which job. Don’t we?
So, here’s Shatbhi Basu, a professional head of STIR, the bartending Institute. It took the lady 3 decades to establish herself as a professional bartender without getting looks or raising eyebrows! Now, the woman lasted a long-term impact on the professional!
- Chhaya Sharma
Let us all take a minute to appreciate the work done by one of the top police professionals who handled many dangerous and complicated cases and helped the victims to get justice! The popular cases handled by her include the Falak case, the unfortunate Delhi gang-rape case. She has done all her tasks with utmost sincerity and dedication.
Let’s cheer them up so that we can create paths and inspire other struggling women!