Announces the Launch of its ‘Women Firsts’ in History Series

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Girlawhirl explores the many “firsts” of great women throughout history.

Girlawhirl™.com, the first website/homepage for women is now highlighting the ‘firsts’ of other great women in history. Already known for sharing the many great ideas, products and fashions she discovers every day, globetrotting Girlawhirl is now out to let everyone in on the accomplishments of women throughout history!

From political firsts, like Victoria Woodhull’s run for the Oval Office back in 1872, to the soaring heights Harriet Quimby reached in her signature purple satin flying suit as the first licensed female pilot in 1911, Girlawhirl wants women everywhere to learn about the ‘firsts’ of those who have come before!

And because Girlawhirl is first and foremost a woman of today, look for features on fashionable firsts – like Coco Chanel making black a color of fashion for the first time with her classic little black dress.

From the courtroom to the tennis court, Girlawhirl is dishing out the info on great women in history!

Don’t miss a new installment every other Wednesday at!

Click through to view today’s feature on Harriet Quimby, first in flight. Next week, Elizabeth Blackwell’s medical first.


Launched by two long-time fashion executives in September, 2005, Girlawhirl has become the go-to destination for women on the web. Designed as a homepage, and complete with quick links, weather and daily tools, like the On the Go© list program; readers check-in with Girlawhirl daily to see what she’s up to, where she is, and what she’s found as she travels the globe looking for the latest and greatest in fashion, beauty, restaurants, home décor, healthy strategies and more. now reaches over 125,000 women aged 25-45 per month. Their average time on the site is 5 minutes and they view 5-5 ½ pages per visit. is ranked by Alexa in the top 33,000 websites, and show weekly and daily rankings as low as 18.000-20,000.

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