Rejected Princesses is a peek into “what if” alternate realities where unsung women of myth and history got their big, expensive animated movies. Part art project, part history lesson, part standup comedy – and that’s before we even get to the blog! Learn more by clicking here.
After running polls for fans to design a new character, Hasbro and IDW Publishing announce they will be creating six new female characters that combine into one giant woman.
In 1967, women weren’t allowed to enter the Boston Marathon. Kathrine Switzer did anyway, and paved the way for other women to run afterward.
This Hmong morality tale shows how to be a good person, but it certainly takes some twists getting there.
Reader Cassie wrote in to show off her usage of various Rejected Princesses in a great collage she made for Women’s History Month.
Once the announcement was made public, four other women applied for officiating jobs that afternoon.
“To disrespect a woman in this culture means to harm the society. Daughters are often more wanted than boys, and a family with just sons is considered to be miserable, because only daughters can assure the continuity of a clan.”