Female Accomplishments That Rocked In 2018 Ranked By You

Selena Gomez graduating in the movie Monte Carlo
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Female Accomplishments That Rocked In 2018 Ranked By You

Women have absolutely rocked this year. In a time when it seems like the country is against us, or at least our leadership is, we have risen to the occasion. In every field, there is a woman leading the charge. In everything from entertainment to politics, we are seeing big things happening for women we know and love and women we are just starting to see. Here are the female accomplishments that rocked in 2018 ranked by you. From Ellen DeGeneres, who continues to rock in 2018, to newcomers around the corner, tell us who you think is slaying 2018. Help us rank female accomplishments that rocked in 2018.

Hillary Clinton

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You already know doe: first female politician to be nominated for presidency in a major party. Hillary has been a political icon since she was first lady, and isn't stopping any time soon.

Selena Gomez

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Popularity contest winner! Selena is the first person (female or male!) to reach 100 million followers on Instagram. Whether it is acting or singing, Selena slays everything she does.

Serena Williams

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Star athlete: despite some controversy this year, she is the first women with 23 grand slam titles! We are always behind athletes making history and breaking stereotypes, way to go Serena.

Halima Aden

Instagram via @Halima

Breaking stereotypes and barriers: Halima is the first female model to wear a hijab. After years of discrimination over the hijab and the culture it represents, this is a huge step, way to go America!

Oprah Winfrey

Instagram via @oprah

As if we are surprised! Superstar award: Oprah is the first woman to produce and own her own talk show, and so so much more. Activist, entrepreneur, comedian, Oprah for president!

Aretha Franklin

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Aretha got some R.E.S.P.E.C.T as the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Her legend lives on even after her heartbreaking death. Rest in peace to a true queen of many noteworthy accomplishments.

Shonda Rhimes

Instagram via @shondarhimes

With smash hits Grey's, HTGAWM, and Scandal, Shonda Rhimes is the first woman to create 3 hit shows with more than 100 episodes each. And we want more!

Danica Patrick

Instagram via @danicapatrick

Badass alert, Danica Patrick is the first woman to lead the Indy 500 and Daytona 500 against a number of men. Here's to women rocking male-dominated fields and showing the value of gender neutrality!

Ellen DeGeneres

Instagram via @theellenshow

After an iconic Time Magazine cover with the caption, "Yep, I'm Gay," so many years ago, Ellen's accomplishments have never wavered. She continues to rock it into 2018, Ellen DeGeneres is the first openly gay woman on prime time TV.

Gabby Douglas

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Another athlete killing it for the US, Gabby Douglas is the first American gymnast to win solo and team all-around gold medals at one Olympics. You go girl!