Hi Ladies! Welcome to Bra Bridge’s new blog, we are happy to have you here! Bra Bridge is a company created by women, for women, to empower women, and that is what this blog is going to be all about. We will talk about a variety of topics ranging from confidence, to how to start your day right, and yes, even bras. Now let’s kick this thing off with a very special day, International Women’s Day.
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March 8th marks a day where women are celebrated around the world for their amazing accomplishments through history, and the ones that are still happening today. Women did some pretty incredible things this past year. Iowa elected its first female governor, there are just 6 states that are led by women. The U.S. Women’s Hockey team fought for equal pay (and won), and went on to bring home the gold medal from the 2018 Peyongchang Winter Olympics for the first time in 20 years. Wonder Woman became the highest grossing film directed by a woman – with the bonus that it’s a film with a female lead who, let’s be honest, is pretty extraordinary.
All of these milestones prove that women in 2018 are still paving the way for young girls who have goals and dreams bigger than anyone could have ever imagined. And yet, there is still a long way for women to go. Women are only 4.6% of Fortune 500 CEOs, hold 18.5% of congressional seats, and still get paid 80 cents for every dollar a man makes.
Here is to empowering the women who stand beside you, and celebrating our victories that happen every day. Have a beautiful International Women’s Day ladies, and don’t forget that every day is a day to conquer the world!
Until next time…
Member of the Bra Bridge Team
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