Simone de Beauvoir was born in Paris to a rich and educated family. From a young age she was aware of the prejudices regarding women and their weakness. At the age of puberty, Tila was satisfied with everything she learned at school, and after finding answers to big questions that bothered her, she decided to study philosophy. She was a teacher, writer and influential thinker. Now young women have a permanent answer to the old opinions. "You were not born a woman," she said, "you are made a woman." Simone de Beauvoir's books and articles presented a new model of a feminist woman, freed from the shackles of tradition and society, and caused a radical revolution in the world.