Womxn have been changing the world since day one. Some of them get the recognition they deserve, but others don't. The Womxn Innovators Shirt was created to highlight a few of the womxn who inspire us and also to shine light on their accomplishments.
Womxn 1: Mary Beatrice Kenner (May 17, 1912 – January 13, 2006). Kenner was an African-American inventor most noted for her development of the sanitary belt. However, the sanitary napkin wasn't used until 1956 - thirty years after she had first invented it - because racial discrimination prevented its adoption for thirty years.
Womxn 2: Hedy Lamar
Womxn 3: Jane Fonda