Indian Twitter Named The Most Badass Women When Asked If Someone Was Badder Than T-Swift. Duh!

I’ll say it this one last time, but I think Taylor Swift is one badass bitch! I have loved her in a white gown serenading to her lover, Romeo and loved when she said, “The old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Cause she’s dead.” But do I think there isn’t a more inspiring bitch than her- no freakin’ way.

#reputation is out. Let the games begin.

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A Twitter user shared a picture of Tay-Tay from her music video of Look What You Made Me Do and challenged netizens to “name a bitch badder than Taylor Swift”.

Obliging wholeheartedly, Twitterati shared stories of inspiring women who have made a difference to the world in some way or the other. From personal stories about their own grandmothers and mothers to famous women, we all know the tales are harrowingly beautiful and awe-inspiring!

Desis are participating in the trend and proving that Indian women are a force to be reckoned with.

1. More power to your mother, it’s these ‘regular’ women who turn out to have the most strength of character.

2. Somehow it’s only a mother’s love that can save a family even in the most gruelling circumstances.

3. A diamond still glitters even in the darkest of spaces.

4. These are the true superheroes.

5. The Bandit Queen of India is a solo fighter and I look up to her for just that.

6. No amount of external problems can stop you from excelling. Believing in yourself is the mantra to success!

7. Gut-wrenching but glorious all at once!

8. Deepika Padukone, it’s hard I know. But never surrender, you’re an artist and a bloody talented one at that.

9. Mothers and their devotion to their kids is something that goes beyond words. How do they do it?

10. The partition was difficult for everyone. The survivor of the traumatic experience sure had the most woeful stories to share.

Globally people shared stories of iconic women- some who were famous and some who weren’t, but what they all shared was their inner courage. Their inner will to do what’s right and in turn, save a people.

1. “Feet what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?”

2. The Iron Lady’s life sure was one rousing tale.

3. Her magnificence is talked about even today.

4. WOW. These stories are very encouraging.

5. December 7, 1941 was a grim day.

6. Wishing this lady more power. We need more women like her.

7. These real women are superstars and their impressive lives are changing the world, whether they know it or not.

8. Yes lady, you’re a queen.

9. It has to begin somewhere.

10. Tales of the holocaust prick us even today.

11. Malala I commend your inner strength and your undying motivation to your cause. Thank you.

Some even took a more comical tone and made the mood a little lighter.

1. Yes, ladies. Mumbai local can get to the best of us.

2. “Glen Coco, you go Glen Coco!”

3. Hahaha. I actually think she’s pulling off the hair though!

Famous or not stories of real women are coming out and they are stimulating us into doing something for a brighter future. These ladies have shown exemplary courage in the face of utmost turmoil and we applaud them for it. They have set a precedence of brilliance and it is now on us to follow suit in the path set out by them.

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