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soaring a the gender stereotypes in Lebanon the country's first female pilots is currently paving the way for more women to join the male dominated **** pets at the national carrier , Lebanon's first female captain says the loss of people needed convincing she was up to the job the first challenge was to convince my family the second was the society to be convinced it was very hard for people to go into the cockpit I'm fine the captain as a woman many times they were like oh with putting a hand on a hot and even once a passenger got off the plane hotel is been a pilot for a decade and now she wants to help other women conquered the skies the new recruits still face the same discrimination she did twenty five year old first officer Eric issue back so she's also faced difficult passages I would fight a lake in my first fight was about a year ago and it was really nice and I will make me feel the difference between men and women but one passenger made me feel the difference because she was boarding the plane she saw me and didn't want to get on board the plane anymore you're free to search for them or my but that the crowd with tear down , in February Lebanon appointed the Arab world's best female interior minister prising open a wide to fit told the women in its overwhelmingly male dominated political scene , these young graduates paving the sky's the limit