Madrid, Jul 28 (EFE) .- A large number of popular women from all countries are joining the challenge started in the United States through social networks with the hastag “womensupportingwommen” with which women seek support and encouragement from other women.
A chain that seeks the empowerment of women and that encourages them to achieve their challenges and dreams, which has permeated different continents where artists, athletes, such as tennis player Venus William, and millions of unknown women have joined a challenge that It unites them, gives strength and serves as gratitude to the women who previously supported them.
With black and white photographs, models like Elle Macpherson or the Brazilian Sara Sampaio have come together to launch their message and challenge other women to join that invisible line that unites them.
“I love this simple way of supporting each other,” Cindy Crawford, another of the participating models, wrote on her Instagram account.
Amy Adams, the protagonist of “Julie and Julia” or “Open Wounds”, very little active on Instagram where she only has fourteen publications, has joined the campaign and thanked the presence of “incredible women” in her life. “The power of friendship and support amazes me constantly. Here for you always,” he wrote.
“The Descendants” actress Sofía Carson also takes part in the challenge with a forceful phrase: “When they dare to tell you all the things you cannot do, you smile and say to them: I am a woman and you cannot stop me.”
Michelle Pfeiffer, Lili Collins, Sharon Stone or Jennifer Aniston give thanks in their messages to the women who are part of their lives.
“Thank you to all the bright and beautiful women in my life who sent the most encouraging messages today. Truthfully, I don’t really understand the challenge … who doesn’t love good reasons to support women!” Aniston, who encourages her to register to vote for issues affecting women, has shared.
Jennifer Garner and Sofía Vergara have been other actresses who have appreciated being part of the challenge. “Great things happen when women support each other,” said the Colombian actress, an opinion that is also shared by Jennifer López, who has expressed herself along the same lines.