“Badass Danish Girl (1969)” (source)
The modest head of America's largest woman-owned business is a billionaire - but she'd rather you not call her that.
15 mold-breaking heiresses
The stereotype of heiresses are socialites who do little but live large and indolent lives off their money. Here then are some heiresses who led more interesting lives.
For 19-year-old campaign manager, it's not just politics, it's personal.
After Logan Church's mother died giving birth to her, a law was passed - and later repealed by her mother's OB-GYN-turned-politician. Now she's devoting herself to unseating him.
Sue in Tibet
1940s adventure stories didn't usually star girls, much less base themselves on the real lives of teenage girls. This obscure children's story did both.
Trilogy of Films on Ancient Women Warrior Tribes Announced
Kazakh filmmakers are making a trilogy of documentaries about the Scythian/Saka warrior women of the ancient world, out in 2017!
3rd century Rome had a major woman problem. Her name was Zenobia, and she took over a huge chunk of their empire in her brief and tumultuous career as rebel queen.
This Polish nurse sacrificed her safety, her marriage, her very family to save 2500 Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto during the Holocaust.
The world's fiercest all-female fighting force, and the incredible legend of how they rescued their deposed queen from slavery in Brazil.
This "most dangerous of all spies" staged daring mountaintop escapes, prison breaks, and railway bombings -- all on her trusty wooden leg, codenamed "Cuthbert."
After being saved from demonic forces, this legendary Indian princess is then subjected to endless purity tests by her own husband. She eventually puts an end to his questions in a manner that surprised everyone.