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 escaping from a convent, this swashbuckler had the strength to chase her dreams: which were apparently to drink, fight, and womanize.
Theresa Duncan pioneered a line of video games for girls, and died early. Now efforts are underway to recognize and celebrate her body of work.
The divorce proceedings of this Victorian woman scandalized London — and proved the origin of the phrase “what the butler saw.”
Ever been curious as to the upbringing of Two Spirits in Native American cultures? You should probably read this.
Joyce Bryant never had any record hits, didn’t appear in any films, but to the people of the 50s, this now-obscure “blonde bombshell” singer was unforgettable.
Once upon a time, in the 1500s, there was a Spanish princess with one eye. She had a pet monkey and became a nun. No, really.
This new collection of fairytales contains many surprisingly emancipated women, as well as more surreal tellings of standby favorites – such as Cinderella using her slippers to recover her beloved from the moon.
A reader brought to my attention that Cyrus the Great actually set Croesus on fire, so yeah – depicting them as best buds was probably somewhat inaccurate.