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Cats of anarchy

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Teenage (2013) Poster "Rebellion never gets old" so true

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She couldn't be anything else but a rebel. It pulsed through her blood.

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Grandma and her headphones…

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Rebel Squad by Jackson Alves

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REBEL PUG

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It wasn’t the first time women wore shorts in public. City of Toronto Archives confirmed the date of the photo (1937) and said that it was not only staged, (source: Alexandra Studio) but that they have plenty of other photos of women wearing shorts that predate this one. Shorts weren’t common quite yet, but they were certainly around.

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Beachside bad girls, 1920s.

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Breaking the law with style

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Run, Girl, Run!

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duck don't give a quack

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Brave

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Margaret Mitchell in her early 20s, circa her reluctant debutante/flapper phase. She was kicked out of the Junior League of Atlanta for performing a risqué "Apache" dance, and was a female reporter in the early 1930s when most married women of her social class did not work. She is the author of the Pulitzer Prize winning, best selling classic novel, "Gone With The Wind".

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On June 18, 1873: Susan B Anthony was fined 100 dollars for voting. She said, “I shall never pay a dollar of your unjust penalty”

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Rebel rebel

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Quiet rebellion lol

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navigating rebellion beautifully.

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tiny rebellion

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become absolutely free

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teenage delinquents 1930

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White Sock = Bad Girl

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I still don't understand why people get so offensive when they get the finger. I see it as a way to say "Look out world! I'm going places!" :)

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The film, "Notorious" (1946) has been known for having at the time of its production 'the longest kiss in film history' (but to circumvent censorship was composed of lots of pecks and necking, interspersed with whispers of discussion); the famous marathon kissing scene was a romantic interlude between unflappable government agent Devlin (Cary Grant) and Alicia Huberman (Ingrid Bergman) in her apartment that lasted almost three minutes

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haha. had to pin this

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