(known as Juno to the Romans)
Her very name translates as the "Great Lady" and more than any of the other Greek goddesses, the goddess Hera reminds us that there is both light and dark within each of us. Summed up and dismissed as a shrew and a nag, Hera was in fact the most powerful of all the Olympian goddesses. She's a symbol of the struggle for women's power and equality in a still prominently patriarchal world and also represents the power of women to stand for what they know is right, even in the face of societal disapproval and scorn.
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