I’m Sabrina Uwada and I am a 17 years old girl living in Aichi, Japan. I am Brazilian, born and raised in Japan, where there is a big Brazilian community. I am passionate about women’s sports and business. I am a football player and in Brazil football is still considered a boy’s sport. Growing up I never saw a women's football game. The first time that I watched a professional women's football game was in Brazil and I burst into tears because it was a dream come true.
Girls and women deserve more and we are strong. Together, we can make a difference. In my community feminism has a bad reputation. I hope that through SHEQUALITY we can share ideas and knowledge to eliminate that negative image and conquer equality.