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As far as science concerned, all women have superpowers that are not possessed by men: they can distinguish different shades of color, have a stronger immune system, and are more empathetic and intuitive than men. They have the unique ability to detect dangers and can do several tasks effortlessly. The photos in this list demonstrate the unique skills of women that make us appreciate them even more. Picture number 10 is fascinating.
1/Wearing high heels to run in marathons
Wearing high heels is an unattainable skill for most men, but what about wearing them in a marathon? Irene Sewell, a former ballroom dancer, set a Guinness World Marathon Record by running 26.2 miles in high heels. She finished the race in 7 hours and 28 minutes.
2/Becoming a spider woman
The superpower of this girl from a small town in West Africa is climbing any cliff or wall and making it look like she is walking in the park. She acquired her climbing skills from her pet monkey, Georgie, as a child. She has now retired from professional competitive climbing but continues to inspire others by giving motivational speeches and coaching seminars.
3/Being a sportswoman with a baby around
Yoga classes for mums and babies have become increasingly popular in recent times. They show that training is possible even when you have a small baby. This fun for 2 is an example of female multitasking – and remember, it’s not so easy to concentrate when someone is tickling your foot.
4/Being a record-breaking polar explorer and mother of 4
Ann Daniels is vivid evidence that humans are capable of achieving anything they set their minds to. She is the first woman in history to reach the North and South Poles. This achievement seems even more special when you know that she went on her first polar expedition with no previous experience when her triplets were only 18 months old.
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5/Being beautiful at all costs
Beauty masks have to stay on the skin for a while. This beauty ritual does not interrupt women’s daily routines even if it means having to wear one while playing a computer game or caring for a baby.
6/Be a shining star at any age
Helen van Winkle became an Instagram star at the age of 87. That’s when she started building her brand without fear of being too provocative, flashy, or controversial. It all started when her great-granddaughter posted a photo of her on Instagram and it went viral. Now Helen appears at major events such as the MTV Movie Awards and inspires millions of women not to give up on themselves, even as they approach 90.
7/Caring for the future of the planet despite bullying
Nadia is a true warrior. She started collecting rubbish on her way to school and in a short time she collected more than 2 plastic recycling bins. Her classmates did not appreciate her efforts and named her “Trash Girl”. However, her story has inspired a much wider community: not only does she now have a support group on Facebook, but her fans have also turned her into an inspirational comic book superhero.
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8/Being a space shuttle commander and a mother
Eileen Collins was the first female pilot and the first female commander of a space shuttle. She left NASA in 2006 after a long career of 16 years and 4 orbital flights to spend more time with her husband and 2 children. In her interviews, she advises others to take on the toughest challenges and not to fear failure.
It is scientifically proven that women are better at multitasking, as they are less affected by interference at least during some tasks. Apparently, breastfeeding a baby and putting on make-up is an example of such multitasking.
10/Carrying babies and giving birth
Giving birth is the ultimate female-specific superpower. The photo above was posted by a Spanish blogger and mother of 3, Laura, 4 days before she gave birth to healthy twins.