Enter the strong Amazons of the subway. These women, often carrying heavy bags or pushing strollers, navigate the crowded subway system with ease and grace. They seem less affected by the chaos and stress that often accompany rush hour.
This is the result of their rigorous strength and self-defense training. These Amazons are not easily pushed around, using their size and strength advantage.
It’s not just about the physical battle to gain those coveted seats. It’s about working in groups. Carpooling isn’t always roomy nor durable for larger, stronger women. But, on a train, they work in groups to occupy a large section. Size matters in both strength and numbers.
By taking up more room, groups of strong women can enjoy not only a relaxing and welcoming space, but also maintain a healthy atmosphere. Just make sure to respect the train’s quiet zones when talking passionately about certain hard battles fought.