Today, social media is immensely populated with strong and accomplished women who have defied the norms of gender discrimination, excelling in their respective professions, raising their voices for numerous causes and standing up for what they believe in.
Not only do these social media superwomen represent beauty, grace and compassion, but have also displayed their immense capacity for strength, intelligence and courage in all walks of life.
Journalists, writers, activists, or simply women who refuse to get bogged down and fight for the rights of others, social media superwomen like Faye Dsouza, Sushma Swaraj, Sagarika Ghose, JK Rowling are using social media to speak their mind.
If you aren’t already, you certainly need to follow these social media superwomen and watch how their efforts are making the world, a slightly better place. Not only are they doing emphatically well in their own lines of work, but are using social media to spread the word even further. From supporting their compatriots to teaching bullies a lesson, and unabashedly reporting and critiquing society, these women are an inspiration not just for women, but for all of us.
— Faye DSouza (@fayedsouza) February 23, 2018
Editor at Mirror Now, Faye D’souza is an audience favourite for her uncompromising and critical brand of journalism and is also extremely active on Twitter asking the same brand of hard-hitting questions regularly.
@JustinTrudeau is the head of a large important democracy. Best way is accord full state honour and hospitality and politely convey that India cannot support any harbouring of violent ideologies. That is the polite way… https://t.co/mZuP0AsbQa
— Sagarika Ghose (@sagarikaghose) February 21, 2018
A journalist and published author, Sagarika is currently the Consulting Editor at the Times Of India and is a regular target for right wing trolls on Twitter. Not one to mince her words, she hasn’t let anything deter her from standing up for what she believes is right.
.@sjosiah0 The Internet doesn’t just offer opportunities for misogynistic abuse, you know. Penis enlargers can also be bought discreetly.
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 8, 2015
The Harry Potter novelist is known to destroy Twitter trolls. Also one of her most preferred object of criticism is Donald Trump and his questionable actions, tweets and more. JK Rowling is known to own people on Twitter with grace and no mercy.
The Lipstick Under My Burkha actress is not only bold in her choice of films, but also gives precisely zero number of damns when it comes to living life her own way. She boldly puts up pictures that aren’t ‘perfect’, using her stardom to make women all over believe that real beauty is confidence.
She stood up to the trolls who body shamed her with a hilarious video.
Chrissy Teigen has many things in abundance, but the most prominent ones on display are sass and comebacks. So many of her social media posts are iconic that publishers have series of articles about her owning trolls who think they can get away with nasty tweets to celebrities.
Twinkle Khanna has not only enjoyed successful stints in her professional life as a writer, columnist and interior designer but has a massive social media fan following for her badassery when it comes to speaking up on important issues.
Rahul – Your sister rescued from Johannesburg is reaching Kochi tomorrow (15th April) by flight EK 532 at 0255 hrs @gopalkeshri
— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) April 14, 2015
Adjudged India’s favourite politician by the Wall Street Journal in 2017, Sushma Swaraj is well known for using Twitter to help every possible person she can through Twitter. In a country with politicians as ours, if having a favourite politician was a thing, I am absolutely sure and glad that it’s Sushma Swaraj.
Dear God give me the strength to deal with corporates who are looking for free shows and panel discussions on Women's Day because "Arre yaar you're a woman, this is for women, why are you asking for money"
— Global Village Idiot (@awryaditi) February 22, 2018
One of the few female stand up comedians in India to have attained mainstream success, Aditi Mittal hasn’t stopped her crusade against sexism in the stand-up comedy industry.
— Malala (@Malala) January 22, 2018
Nobel Peace Prize recipient Malala Yousafzai was thrust into the global spotlight when she was shot by a Taliban gunman for being involved in social activism. She survived and with an outpour of global love and support, is working towards multiple social issues such as education for young girls and more.
If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet. pic.twitter.com/k2oeCiUf9n
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) October 15, 2017
Alyssa Milano ignited the #MeToo movement on Twitter that went on to become one of the biggest events in history against sexual assault and crimes against women, giving thousands of women the courage to share their harrowing experiences with the world and not live in fear anymore.
This in a nut shell is exactly what is wrong with the cow belt! Antediluvian thinking https://t.co/v9U7gqqrkb
— Swati Chaturvedi (@bainjal) February 22, 2018
A vocal critic of the chaotic and divisive political scenario in the country, Swati Chaturvedi is an accomplished journalist, columnist and published author. One of her books deals with the controversial issue of BJP and their IT cell troll army.
In a world of abundant modern evils, we have been blessed with many social media superwomen. Do you know of any social media superwomen? Now is the time to acknowledge and appreciate them. Nominate now.