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Haven’t done one of these in a while, so thought I’d show off some of the entries done over the past couple months. We have: Tsuruhime Ouchi - grenade-tossing god-incarnate teenage girl Onake Obavva -.

Jason Porath Talks of Rejected Princesses the Women, the Site, and the Book

Jason Porath Talks of Rejected Princesses the Women, the Site, and the Book

When her deadbeat brothers demanded the impossible, this South African princess carried through, and slayed a dragon.

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Rejected Disney Princesses - Jason Porath Disney Princesses Based On Historical Women

Fun science fact: if you apply a sustained fire to an entire Roman city, you can turn it into a molten pile of sickly red clay. This fact comes  to us courtesy of Boudica, warrior scientist [read: vengeful heroine] of the first century, and the 6-inch-thick layer of detritus that is current-day Camulodunum.  |  Rejected Princesses

Boudica - This legendary warrior queen killed Romans, burnt London to the ground, and became the most famous headhunter of all time – and to this day, Britain loves her for it.

Nzinga - Rejected Princesses

rejectedprincesses: “ Nzinga Mbande, Mother of Angola Here’s another one of my favorite Rejected Princesses — Nzinga Mbande, queen of what is now Angola. She began her.

Meet 12 "Rejected Princesses" Who Are Too Badass For Disney | Co.Create | creativity + culture + commerce

Meet 12 “Rejected Princesses” Who Are Too Badass For Disney

Muslim sultan who took the throne, defeated Louis IX in battle, ransomed him back to France for 30% of their GDP --- and did it all in secret.

Introducing Shajar-al-Durr, who was a Muslim sultan that ruled in her own name. She stopped the Seventh Crusade dead in its tracks, captured one of the most powerful monarchs in the world, and ransomed him back to his own freakin’ country.

Mai Bhago: the Sikh warrior saint | 12 Female Characters Too Awesome Or Awful For Disney Movies

12 Female Characters Too Awesome Or Awful For Disney Movies

Mai Bhago: the Sikh Warrior Saint (late Introducing the eleventh Rejected Princess: Mai Bhago, century Sikh warrior-saint and only survivor of the Battle of Khidrana. A quick bit.

Former DreamWorks Artist Creates Rejected Disney Princesses

Former DreamWorks Artist Creates Rejected Disney Princesses

Ida B. Wells (1862-1931) - refused to vacate her train seat in 1884 (a good 71 years before Rosa Parks), and who led the charge to end lynching in the United States.

Ida B. Wells was one of the luminaries of the early Civil Rights Movement. She refused to vacate her train seat in 1884 (a good 71 years before Rosa Parks), and who led the charge to end lynching in the United States.

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