Women are no less than men and they should always be treated equally. And there is nothing like Men’s work and nothing that only men can do. This stereotypical idea about men being physically stronger is a complete nuisance. Woman are excelling in every field whether it’s a field that requires strength or a field that requires cognitive approach.
#1 This picture is the perfect example of a woman doing a “Men’s Work” and this work indeed requires strength. This picture is powerful enough and shows that women are not weak but a power bank of strength.
#2 Beth Beverly is a taxidermist(who preserves animals) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She can equally perform this work with perfection as men are considered to perform.
#3 Judy Bowman is a process operator in Round Mountain. She works in the round mountain gold mine and she never complains about her work. She instead loves her work and enjoys being on site.
#4 Mira Nakashima is a designer and woodworker at George Nakashima woodworker in New Hope, Pennsylvania. She designs the wood equally well and never lets her gender come in between her love for Wood.
#5 Christina Burris is a brewer and operation manager at St. Benjamin’s brewing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She loves working in the brewery and has no issues in working as a brewer.
#6 heather Marold Thomason is a butcher and owner of Primal Supply Meats in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She doesn’t consider her work dirty. She loves her work and is equally comfortable with it.
#7 Alison Goldblum is a property developer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She loves to build property that serves a purpose to her customers.
#8 Leeann Johnson is a Haul Truck Driver At Round Mountain Gold Mine in Nevada. She loves driving these monster trucks and loves her truck.
#9 Sadie Samuels is a lobster fisher in Rockport, Maine.
#10 Mindy Gabriel is a firefighter in Upper Arlington, Ohio.