One of the great early entries of martial arts cinema, this movie stars — to the bafflement of its villains and possibly its audience — one of the most legendary female kung fu stars of all time in her breakout role.
Well-behaved women seldom make history.Rejected Princesses celebrates those who did. Part art project, part standup routine, part book report, this site imagines what if we made animated musicals about the women of history and myth who refused to behave.
Rejected Princesses is not for kids. Unless your kid is awesome.
For the next month, you’ll be getting twice-weekly illustrations from RP. Half of those will be pioneering butt-kicking ladies of early martial arts movies.
Instead of dividing up costumes as “for boys” and “for girls”, Disney is labeling all kids’ costumes as “for kids”.
Halloween’s approaching, so here’s an awesome site that helps you dress up like awesome ladies.
It’s not often that comic books get trailers, but these both look interesting.
An inebriated Crissle West relates the story of Harriet Tubman.
Renata Flores covers American pop songs in Quechua as part of the project ‘Las juventudes tambien hablamos Quechua‘ (the youth, we speak Quechua too).
“People do not expect to see a Muslim woman who uses a Burqa, practices the religion properly and is a professional guitarist who plays in a Heavy Metal band, so many people are shocked by it.”