Don't ever ask Twitter to "Name a Badder Bitch than Taylor Swift" because they will school your a$$!
On November 10, Twitter user Nutella shared a simple and innocent tweet, asking people on the internet to...
Name a bitch badder than Taylor Swift 😍😛😤 pic.twitter.com/AkSyQBUIME— Nutella (@xnulz) November 10, 2017
Less than a month later and over 9,000 comments later, his post went viral.
The challenge quickly picked up the first week of December after people began to respond with inspirational stories of themselves, women in their lives, or throughout history.
For example, check out all of the empowering women below:
Mary Wollstonecraft. (1759-97) First feminist. Activist, philosopher, author.— My Halo Broke 🌈🇪🇺🌊 (@AB_Owl) December 4, 2017
Wrote "Vindication of the Rights of Woman".
"I do not wish them [women] to have power over men; but over themselves." pic.twitter.com/x4gU7sZw0b
Ok. Fine: I cared for my brilliant husband as brain tumor took his vision, short term memory, & core bodily functions through 13 brain surgeries; raised our 1 yr old baby alone. Finished PhD dissertation 8 months after he died. Published like mad & got tenure at R1. https://t.co/yvum8IslI7— Dr. Danna Young🇺🇸✌🏻 (@dannagal) December 3, 2017
At 15, @Malala was shot in the head by the Taliban for insisting that girls had the right to an education. At 17, she became the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in history. At 18, she opened a school for Syrian refugee girls in Lebanon. https://t.co/UjPdnoqc0o— shauna (@goldengateblond) December 3, 2017
Safiyyah Khan, British-Pakistani girl who smiled down on an ultra right protester.https://t.co/4G22Ot9wI8— anak baik-baik™ (@pitoist) December 3, 2017
And she's wearing FREE PALESTINE t-shirt while at it. pic.twitter.com/vAOnp6to0F
These women fighting the fascists in during the Spanish Civil War are also #badderthantaylor pic.twitter.com/GBsZQCBmv3— K.C. Knack’s Most Excellent Account🌹🏴 (@thedirtyhippie_) December 4, 2017
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Sally Ride pic.twitter.com/PpVWQdxyjK— Gracie Lou Who (@WhoGracie) December 3, 2017
Jeanne de Clisson, murderous French aristocrat-turned-pirate who named her ship My Revenge after the French king executed her husband. She spent the next decade killing all the French crews she encountered, sparing only 1 sailor to relay her message of vengeance ☠️⚓️⚔️ https://t.co/7JGPo3qNjj— Greg Jenner (@greg_jenner) December 1, 2017
pic.twitter.com/4ZIkoCuuEF— Kali Devi (@GoddessKaliDevi) December 2, 2017
Ada Lovelace Computer Programmer, Mathematician (1815–1852) (& daughter of Lord Byron) https://t.co/lU10kyRBFH via @biography— Pumpkin Spice Rouse (@meekorouse) December 4, 2017
Julie d'Aubigny was a French opera singer/swordswoman in the 1600s who killed over ten men in duels over other women and once took holy vows so she could break into a nunnery, sleep with a blonde nun, then burned the church down and escaped with herhttps://t.co/SaGN3FuELu— ⚔️💘 The Swordboss Weapon | 10040/50000 (@Swordwields) December 2, 2017
Yes, all these women are #goals and handsdown "badder bitches" than the 27-year-old country/pop singer. But let's not underestimate the power of Tay Tay.
At the age of 14, Swift became the youngest artist ever to be signed by Sony record label. Ten Grammy awards, five Guinness World Records, one Emmy Award, 21 Billboard Music Awards, 12 Country Music Association Awards, eight Academy of Country Music Awards, and one Brit Award later, she's the third highest-paid woman of 2017 racking in $44 million.
She's also the fourth most-person on Instagram with over 104 million followers, further proving that women and girls will always kick ass!
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Last night was funnnn. Thank you to everyone who came to KIIS-FM Jingle Ball YOU WERE SO LOUD! And dancy. And wonderful. Photo credit: Kevin Mazur
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