A reader asked for examples of historical disabled badasses. I give them an earful.
Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in /home/jasonpor/public_html/rp/wp-content/themes/WPPremium/partials/content-related-posts-archive.php on line 11
Random Related Posts
Awesome superhero prom dress
When her prom theme was announced as "Candy Land", she said "Prom, you have failed this high school."
Harriet Tubman: Demon Slayer
"When slave owners can't stop the formidable ninja warrior Harriet Tubman, they call on the help of Vampires, Werewolves, Witches, & Demons to stop her. Harriet Tubman must lead a family of slaves to freedom while battling an army of darkness."
Mailbag: Joan of Arc, details about the RP book, and RP for kids?
Would Joan of Arc ever be an RP? When is the book out? How's it being released? Answers lie herein!
RP one of the most innovative companies in LA!
Cross Campus released a list of the most innovative companies in Los Angeles and included Rejected Princesses.
The next Einstein?
New Einstein or not, she's still an impressive scientist in her own right.
The Origins of Princess Leia's Hairstyle
The inspiration Princess Leia's iconic bun hairstyle has been traced to Mexican soldadera Clara de la Rocha, who fought in the Mexican Revolution.
Backstory on the Huk Rebellion
A reader asks for more information about the war in which Kumander Liwayway fought - so they got it!
"Bicycle Face": an 1800s health problem to scare women from biking
In the 1890s, bicycles were seen as an instrument of feminism - so the powers that be "discovered" a health condition called Bicycle Face, to get women to stay put.
Two Navajo women may have been the first women officially enlisted in the US Army
Amateur historian David C'de Baca recently discovered that two Navajo women were officially enlisted as Army Scouts in 1886.
Florence "Woo-Woo" Ditullio
Meet Florence “Woo Woo” DiTullio Joyce, aka “Winnie the Welder.” During WW2, she and some 2,000 other women worked the…
Sor Juana Inés de La Cruz
This brilliant poet rose from illegitimacy and poverty to become one of the luminaries of her age - until she flew too close to the sun.
Revolutionized the field of mathematics, yet was persecuted for being Jewish and paid a pittance for her visionary teaching work.
Mythological Irish princess who was turned into a worm, butterfly, and a pool of water; who induced the strangest pregnancy since Jesus; and who may hold the key to understanding Ireland's history.
Massively educated princess who started all-female gang of itinerant teachers, who would roam the land and educate unsuspecting passersby.
Tomboy, daughter, spy, soldier, foster mom, innkeeper, gold miner, nurse, activist; veteran: Angela Jimenez doesn't need a movie so much as a mini-series.
Isabel Godin des Odonais
To reunite with her husband, she went on a months-long trek through the jungle -- and was the only survivor.
The poster child for childhood abuse, nobody should ever make a kids' movie about her.
Ida B. Wells
One of the first anti-lynching advocates, she risked her life for decades to report on the truth when nobody would believe her.
This heroine of South America and Italy fought in numerous civil wars alongside her husband, Giuseppe Garibaldi, often while pregnant…
In 1931, a seventeen-year-old girl struck out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in front of a crowd of thousands -- and then was benched into obscurity.