These 12 photos will show why it is impossible to believe the stereotypes
• These 12 photos will show why it is impossible to believe the stereotypes of
Sometimes we are quite unconsciously, at the level of instinct, reflect within stereotypes. For example, many people immediately present themselves unkempt old man with wild eyes and sticking out in all directions, gray hair, if they are asked to think about how a scientist looks. A successful business is always presented to us as a sort of a handsome man in a suit with needles.
But in reality, the profession does not define a person, after all specialists in one area look completely different.
Right - Amy Mainzer, the American astronomer, specializing in hardware and astrophysical studies in the infrared range. An employee of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Right - Mark Zuckerberg, businessman, philanthropist and family man.
On the right - a young girl working in the Icelandic Police. Iceland has one of the lowest crime rates in the world.
Right - Roman Ivanov, a leading developer of sites in Russia.
The mayors of
On the right - on the cat named Stubbs, who served as honorary mayor terrain Talkeetna, Alaska, in 1997.
Right - Elizabeth Zara Phillips, a member of the British royal family, is the 16th in the order of succession. Princess loves horse racing and even won the world championship.
Right - Yasmin Stanley, she believes that yoga teaches us to live and to accept ourselves as we are, no matter what we look like.
Right - Jared Leto at the official reception. Not a rocker, a feast for the eyes only.
On the right - Brazilian neurologist Daniel Prado.
On the right - the usual chemistry teacher at the American School.
Right - Leslie Porterfield, the winner of the unofficial title of "the fastest woman in the world." In 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle she set a record "The biggest speed that could reach the woman on a motorcycle" - 374, 208 km / h.
Here, however, stereotypes often coincide with reality