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    Vintage 1960s Vietnam Draft Resistance poster. Girls say Yes to boys who say No. Joan Baez (left) and her sisters Pauline and Mimi. 1968.

    “Monopoly” board games helped thousands of Allied POWs escape German camps. | 10 Interesting Facts About World War II That You Might Not Know

    Gay power. Black power. Women power. Student power. All power to the PEOPLE. [queer, lesbian, gay, LGBT, equal rights] l visit HHS at www.HippiesHope.com

    "That's right boys... I'm on the pill!"

    Woodstock through the eyes of the attendees (1969)

    1968--school assembly- look at all those skirts. No jeans. Clean and combed hair. This was everyday look. This is how you dressed for school. Baby boomers time.

    Women fighting for healthcare rights 1960s.

    Time Magazine, Vietnam War

    "COMPANY A" VIET NAM 1968

    Joan Baez Farewell Angelina – Knick Knack Records

    A soldier comes home from war, 1940s

    1940s divers

    make love not war

    Who cares what anyone else thinks about you.

    Female soldier, Vietnam war

    Iconic Viet Nam War Photography

    Woodstock

    Southwest Airlines Air Hostess, 1968

    photobooth

    Joan Baez Volume 2 – Knick Knack Records

    The Scold's Bridle, a British invention, possibly originating in Scotland, used between the 16th and 19th Century. It was a device used to control, humiliate and punish gossiping, troublesome women by effectively gagging them. Scold comes from the 'common scold': a public nuisance, more often than not women, who habitually gossiped and quarrelled with their neighbours, while the name bridle describes the part that fitted into the mouth.