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Love Designing women...Julia to Suzanne - If sex was fast food there would be an arch over your

Backyard Neighbor: SOUTHERN WOMEN

Malala Yousafzai: "All I want is education. And I'm afraid of no one."

Alex Raffi Blog: Malala Yousafzai Courage

Eleonora R. Sears was not just the great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson, she was also a well-known athlete in the early 20th C. She made waves playing tennis with rolled up shirt sleeves and caused a stir in when she rode front-saddle into an all-male polo arena while wearing pants. Despite receiving criticism for her unfeminine style, she remained popular at home and abroad, and has been called “The Mother of Title IX” for her impact on women in sports.

Boudica: Queen of the Iceni Tribe of Britain. She led an uprising against the occupying Roman forces. Was reputed to be a red-haired beauty, too.

"I cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples" - Mother Teresa, founder of Missionaries of Charity. The sisters ran hospices and homes for people with HIV/AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis at a time when such people were treated as outcasts by most of society. #WomensHistoryMonth

14 Inspiring women and the inspiring things they said

Hattie McDaniel, Oscar winner for "Gone WIth the Wind," was a member of the AWVS during WWII.

Silver Screen Oasis • View topic - *CANDIDS*

Eleanor of Aquitaine, one of the most fascinating women in medieval history. Her offspring with Henry II is the start to the great Plantangenet line. Richard "The Lionheart" was her favourite son, and John "Lackland", her youngest, was his father's, before he betrayed him with the rest of his brothers and the King of France.

Eleanor of Aquitaine

Hedy Lamarr, briliant and beautiful.

Hedy Lamarr Everyone

Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962) As wife of the 32nd President, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt challenged and transformed the historically ceremonial, behind-the-scenes First Lady role. She increased her public presence by participating in radio broadcasts, authoring a daily syndicated column, "My Day," and holding weekly, women-only press conferences (she was the first presidential wife to do so) to discuss women's issues, her daily activities and breaking news. Along the way, she bec...

The 25 Most Powerful Women of the Past Century - TIME

Mae Jemison, physician, NASA astronaut, and the first black woman in space.

Kay Metheson standing behind Scotland's Stone of Destiny. Ms. Metheson was one of four Scottish nationalists who stole the stone from Westminster Abbey on Christmas Day, 1950. The stone, the coronation seat of Scottish kings, was taken from Scotland in 1296 by Edward I and made into the seat of the coronation chair for future kings of England. Ms. Metheson and 3 others stole the stone and hid it for 5 months. In 1996 England officially returned the stone to Scotland.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are the best!!!!

Madam C.J. Walker, the nation's first self-made female millionaire and CEO of Madam C.J. Walker Manufacturing Co. of Indiana.

"No one looks stupid when they're having fun" - Amy Poehler

MOTHER TERESA (1910-1997) as a teen in native Albanian clothing.

Pattern HELP A League of Their Own

“The Nameless Dead” | Kate Cumming (1826–1909) | From The Civil War: The Third Year Told by Those Who Lived It | A Confederate nurse during the Civil War ventures closer to the front in order to tend the wounded in the weeks following the Battle of Chickamauga (September 19–20, 1863).

Former first lady Jackie Kennedy (whose husband President John F. Kennedy had been assassinated in 1963) and Coretta Scott King at Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1968 funeral. Two women who’s husbands were viciously ripped from their lives by hatred’s bullet. This moment is heavy…raw…honest… Both of these women were fantastic.