DAILYKENN.com -- It's International Woman's Day.
March 8 is a day stipulated by the globalist community to underscore the victimization of women and demonize white males.
Few, however, seem to notice. Not even Google graced us with a politically correct imagery.
We thought we'd break with the cultural Marxism trend of dividing people into victims vs villains (proletariat vs bourgeois), and focus on reality.
Below is a list of female inventors and the innovations that enhance our lives:
• Mary Anderson invented the windshield wiper in 1903.
• Barbara Askins was a chemist and NASA scientist who invented an enhanced film development process using radioactive materials.
• Patricia Billings invented Geobond®, a building material that is indestructible, fire-proof and non-toxic.
• Marion Donovan invented disposable diapers.
• Sally Fox invented Foxfibre Colored Cotton.
• Bette Nesmith Graham invented white out; a correction fluid used extensively when typewriters were king. She is the mother of rock-roller Michael Nesmith of the Monkees.
• Dr. Temple Grandin was born with autism, a fact that may have lent itself to her inventions: Behavioral principles to control animals.
• Ruth Handler invented the Barbie Doll.
• Dr. Grace Murray Hopper invented COBOL computer language.
• Mary Phelps Jacob invented the modern brassiere.
• Margaret Knight invented a machine that made paper bags with flat bottoms.
• Stephanie Kwolek was a chemist who invented Kevlar®, a synthetic material that is five times stronger than steel.
• Hedy Lamarr was a noted actress and co-inventor of Spread Spectrum Technology that prevented classified messages from being intercepted by enemy personnel. Her invention made cell phones possible.
• Ann Moore invented the Snugli® Baby Carrier.
• Lyda Newman didn't invent the hair brush, but she did invent a markable improvement: the first hairbrush with synthetic bristles.
• Dr. Giuliana Tesoro's 125 inventions enhanced our lives through the field of fiber and textile chemistry.
• Ruth Wakefield invented the chocolate chip cookie.
• Rachel Zimmerman invented the Blissymbol Printer that allowed people with limited verbal communication skills to communicate through symbols.
We would like to note that all the afore mentioned women are/were white, but that could garner accusations of racism or implications of bias, so we'll pretend not to notice.
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