“Time” magazine dropped a list yesterday of 46 Women Who Are Changing the World. It’s essentially a list of women who were FIRST to do something. It includes a bunch of celebrities, like . . .
Hillary Clinton: First woman to win a major party’s nomination for President.
Oprah: First woman to own and produce her own talk show.
Selena Gomez: First person to reach 100 million followers on Instagram.
Serena Williams: First tennis player to win 23 Grand Slam singles titles in the open era.
Aretha Franklin: First woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Rita Moreno: First Latina to win an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony.
Shonda Rhimes: First woman to create three hit shows with more than 100 episodes each.
Danica Patrick: First woman to lead in the Indianapolis 500 and the Daytona 500.
Barbara Walters: First woman to co-anchor a network evening news program.
Ava DuVernay: First black woman to direct a film nominated for a Best Picture Oscar.
Ellen DeGeneres: First person to star as an openly gay character on primetime TV.
Rachel Maddow: First openly gay anchor to host a prime-time news program.
Gabby Douglas: First American gymnast to win solo and team all-around gold medals at one Olympics.