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Rosie the Riveter

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Artist: Laf

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"We can do it!" Artist: J. Howard Miller

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Rosie offers Sigmund Freud some of her own brand of psychoanalysis

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"I Did It" Artist: Michelle (blackbutterscotch...)

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"We Got This" Artist: Think in the Moonlight (thinkinthemoonlig...)

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Beyoncé does Rosie the Riveter [Click on this image to find a video and analysis of Beyoncé's feminism: www.thesociologic...]

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We Can Do It, Too! Artist: tuffix (tuffix.deviantart...)

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We Can Slay It! Kill Capitalism "Capital is dead labour, which vampire-like, lives only by sucking living labour, and lives the more, the more labour it sucks." Artist: A.J. Paglia

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An African-American riveter at work at the Lockheed plant, 1940-1945 — in Burbank, California.

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"Viva La Mujer!" Artist: Ana Tierra #rosietheriveter

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"We Can Do It!" Artist: Gina Miller #rosietheriveter #transhuman

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We can do it! #starwars #rosietheriveter

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"Chale!" Artist: Lucky Hellcat #rosietheriveter

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"We Are Doing It!" Artist: KiatheCEO #rosietheriveter

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"All I want is education, and I am afraid of no one." ~ Malala Yousafzai — in Houston, TX.

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Operating a hand drill at North American Aviation, Inc, a woman is working in the control surface department assembling a section of the leading edge for the horizontal stabilizer of a plane, [click on this image to find a documentary and analysis of the large scale entrance of American women into the paid labor force during World War II in order to fill positions abandoned by American men fighting abroad] Photo credit: Alfred T. Palmer — in Inglewood, CA.

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1942 [follow this link to find a documentary and analysis of the large scale entrance of American women into the paid labor force during World War II in order to fill positions abandoned by American men fighting abroad: www.thesociologic...]

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She Can Do It! (Wonder Woman reimagined) Artist: Ant Lucia [follow this link to find a documentary and analysis of the large scale entrance of American women into the paid labor force during World War II in order to fill positions abandoned by American men fighting abroad: www.thesociologic...]

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Pleasure is your birthright! May is Masturbation Month

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Ya Basta "Ya no tienes que sufrir mas" ["You don't have to suffer anymore"] Artist: Tina Hernandez from the Girly Revolution series

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"I was very careful how I built the movie. One of the other things I decided was that I wanted a female lead … who has the equal force as the male leads. She's not going to be a sex kitten, she's not going to come out in cutoff shorts and a tank top, and it's going to be a real earnestly drawn character." ~ Guillermo del Toro,commenting on the Mako character in Pacific Rim

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"Fed Up! Fast Food Workers Fight for Better Wages" [follow this link for a brief analysis about the need for benefits for poor--recently unemployed or otherwise: www.thesociologic...]

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"Keep calm and be a feminist" [follow this link to find a documentary and analysis of the large scale entrance of American women into the paid labor force during World War II in order to fill positions abandoned by American men fighting abroad: www.thesociologic...]

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Artist: Fujiko Isomura (fujikoisomura.wom...)

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"I am woman. See me design"

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