'Meet the Generation of Incredible Native American Women Fighting to Preserve Their Culture' via Marie Claire
People with female parts will get about 500 periods in their lifetime. Meaning that you’ll be on your period for a total of around 1200 days. With a loss of about 1440 ounces of blood. Which is approximately how much blood there is in 9 adult human bodies. That, my friend, is some very badass stuff.
I don’t expect this to get many notes because this is one of the less popular Disney movies, but we watched it last night and I felt moved to make a tribute to the ladies of this very underrated film.
- Audrey Rocio Ramirez
- Wilhelmina Bertha Packard
- Helga Katrina Sinclair
- Princess “Kida” Kidagakash
Heck yes. All of the women in this movie are amazing. They’re all unique characters and awesome players in the story. Also I’m glad you included Packard. Not only is she hilarious, but just read this official timeline and discover how bamf she is.
every single woman in this movie is fabulous
like it’s impossible for me to pick a favorite they’re all SO GREAT
Joss Whedon worked on this movie
whatever you like (anya marina) | wicked games (coeur de pirate) | high for this (ellie goulding) | pursuit of happiness (lissie) | too drunk to fuck (nouvelle vague) | hey ya (rita ora) | i will wait (little mix) | skinny love (birdy) | sex on fire (beyonce) | as long as you love me (carly rose sonenclar) | animal (sky ferreira) | boyfriend (marina and the diamonds)
“It is not precise to call Hatshepsut a queen, despite the English understanding of the word; once she took the throne, Hatshepsut could only be called a king. In the ancient Egyptian language, the word queen only existed in relation to a man, as the “king’s woman.” Once crowned, Hatshepsut served no man.”
We’ve got a brand-new essay on the kick-ass, cross-dressing Egyptian ruler Hatshepsut. Just don’t call her a queen.
“Women have always been the strong ones of the world.”