March 8 is International Women's Day (US has its equivalent on the 26th of August) which celebrates the struggle for women's rights. Throughout history, many strong women had to rise against the odds and fight for their dreams and passions, equality and solidarity among men. Their bravery contributed to shaping today's world, and has to be remembered.

Bored Panda has made a list of badass women who did their part to make the world a better place. Scroll down to vote for your favorite heroes, and upload new ones if we missed them!

#1

Irena Sendlerowa - Woman Who Smuggled Approximately 2,500 Jewish Children Out Of The Warsaw Ghett

Irena Sendlerowa - Woman Who Smuggled Approximately 2,500 Jewish Children Out Of The Warsaw Ghett

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Anzelle Van Der Vyver 2 years ago

WOW a true hero!

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Malala Yousafzai, 19, Pakistani Activist For Female Education Who Survived Being Shot In The Head By The Taliban, The Youngest Ever Nobel Prize Laureate

Malala Yousafzai, 19, Pakistani Activist For Female Education Who Survived Being Shot In The Head By The Taliban, The Youngest Ever Nobel Prize Laureate

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Amanda Panda 2 years ago

What makes her bad ass, is that she stood up to the Taliban for women's educational rights. She was shot in the head by a member of the Taliban, SURVIVED, and continued to fight for women's right to education. She is unstoppable fierce and determined!

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A Woman Hitting A Neo-Nazi With Her Handbag In Växjö, Sweden (13 April, 1985)

A Woman Hitting A Neo-Nazi With Her Handbag In Växjö, Sweden (13 April, 1985)

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Amanda Panda 2 years ago

Too bad the pic wasn't taken at the point if impact

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#4

Marie Curie Was A Polish Scientist Famous For Her Work On Radioactivity, The First Woman To Win A Nobel Prize And The Only Woman To Win Twice

Marie Curie Was A Polish Scientist Famous For Her Work On Radioactivity, The First Woman To Win A Nobel Prize And The Only Woman To Win Twice

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Amanda Panda 2 years ago

What makes her badass is, she was the first EVER woman to win a Nobel Prize, and the ONLY woman (to date) to win TWO nobel prizes

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#5

Nujood Ali, Given To Abusive Husband At Age 10, Divorced Him And Broke Tribal Tradition

Nujood Ali, Given To Abusive Husband At Age 10, Divorced Him And Broke Tribal Tradition

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2 years ago

Might I add that she now fights in Yemen's movement against forced child marriage

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#6

A 106-Year-Old Woman Who Protected Her Home With A Rifle, In Armenia (1990)

A 106-Year-Old Woman Who Protected Her Home With A Rifle, In Armenia (1990)

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Amanda Panda 2 years ago

This is what a strong Armenian woman looks like, not Kim Kartashian. JS

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#7

These Women Were Firefighters At Pearl Harbor (1941)

These Women Were Firefighters At Pearl Harbor (1941)

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Amanda Panda 2 years ago

This photo reminds me of the statue in DC "raising of the flag on Iwo Jima"

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#8

Margaret Heafield Was A Director Of Software Engineering For NASA's Apollo Space Program (1969)

Margaret Heafield Was A Director Of Software Engineering For NASA's Apollo Space Program (1969)

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Taleofourtime 2 years ago

She wrote it by hand

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#9

Muslim Woman Covers The Yellow Star Of Her Jewish Neighbor With Her Veil (1941)

Muslim Woman Covers The Yellow Star Of Her Jewish Neighbor With Her Veil (1941)

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Ironcat_xox 2 years ago

This goes to show you the risks people took in order to help someone.

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#10

Voting Activist Annie Lumpkins At The Little Rock City Jail (10 July, 1961)

Voting Activist Annie Lumpkins At The Little Rock City Jail (10 July, 1961)

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Amanda Panda 2 years ago

She was one of the Freedom Riders (a group of civil rights activisits who rode through the US fighting against segregation stating it as unconstitutional), this photo was taken after she was arrested for sitting on a "whites only" bus.

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#11

One Of The Onna-Bugeisha, Female Samurai Warrior Of The Upper Bushi (Samurai), Class In Feudal Japan (Late 1800's)

One Of The Onna-Bugeisha, Female Samurai Warrior Of The Upper Bushi (Samurai), Class In Feudal Japan (Late 1800's)

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Amin Sorbi 2 years ago

This one needs a movie!

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#12

Jane Goodall, Leading Primatologist And Conservationalist

Jane Goodall, Leading Primatologist And Conservationalist

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GoodWolf 2 years ago

I love this lady

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#13

Maud Stevens Wagner Was The First Known Female Tattoo Artist In The United States (1907)

Maud Stevens Wagner Was The First Known Female Tattoo Artist In The United States (1907)

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Ironcat_xox 2 years ago

so FRICKIN badass

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#14

Anne Frank Was A Jewish Diarist And Writer

Anne Frank Was A Jewish Diarist And Writer

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Amanda Flack 2 years ago

She was bad ass because she represents every girl who fought to survive under Nazi. And every girl who fought for life was bad ass.

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#15

Amelia Earhart Was The First Female Aviator To Fly Solo Across The Atlantic Ocean (1928)

Amelia Earhart Was The First Female Aviator To Fly Solo Across The Atlantic Ocean (1928)

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Amanda Panda 2 years ago

And her disappearance is one of the biggest unsolved mysteries of all time.

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#16

Rosa Louise Mccauley Parks - Civil Rights Activist

Rosa Louise Mccauley Parks - Civil Rights Activist

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Emily Pittman 2 years ago

True bravery.

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#17

Russia-Born Valentina Tereshkova Became The First Woman In Space Aboard The Vostok 6 (1963)

Russia-Born Valentina Tereshkova Became The First Woman In Space Aboard The Vostok 6 (1963)

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Ironcat_xox 2 years ago

I remember a long time ago, I had to be her for a history project! What an inspiring woman

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#18

Mary Winsor Holding Suffrage Prisoners Banner In Washington D.C. (1917)

Mary Winsor Holding Suffrage Prisoners Banner In Washington D.C. (1917)

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Kjorn 2 years ago

still today i still can't understand why people didn't want woman to vote. it's inconceivable for my modern head

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#19

Eliza Leonida Zamfirescu, The First Woman Engineer In The World

Eliza Leonida Zamfirescu, The First Woman Engineer In The World

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Alina Melinte 2 years ago

Romania <3

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#20

Annette Kellerman Promoted Women’s Right To Wear A Fitted One-Piece Bathing Suit (1907). She Was Arrested For Indecency

Annette Kellerman Promoted Women’s Right To Wear A Fitted One-Piece Bathing Suit (1907). She Was Arrested For Indecency

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Aimée Melissa 2 years ago

And now, in France, when women want to cover up, that's not allowed either. Women are always told what they can and can't wear, look at that.

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#21

Florence Nightingale - 1st Nurse To Teach Basic Sanitation Between Patients

Florence Nightingale - 1st Nurse To Teach Basic Sanitation Between Patients

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Cathy Shift 2 years ago

and millions of lives have been saved sense.

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#22

Ftima El Fihria The Founder Of The First University In The World - Fes, Morocco

Ftima El Fihria The Founder Of The First University In The World - Fes, Morocco

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michael sky 2 years ago

University of Bologna is traditionally recognized as an oldest university. University of Al Quaraouiyine is older, but is not the first recognized university in the sense of the word that we know.

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#23

Nadia Comaneci - The First Women To Score A Perfect 10 In Gymnastics At The Olympic Games

Nadia Comaneci - The First Women To Score A Perfect 10 In Gymnastics At The Olympic Games

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Stijn V. 2 years ago

she is the first gymnast to score a perfect 10. not just the first women.

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#24

Women Of The 1975 Icelandic Women's Strike, Kvennafrídagurinn, When 90% Of The Female Population Of Iceland Went On Strike To “demonstrate The Indispensable Work Of Women For Iceland’s Economy And Society”

Women Of The 1975 Icelandic Women's Strike, Kvennafrídagurinn, When 90% Of The Female Population Of Iceland Went On Strike To “demonstrate The Indispensable Work Of Women For Iceland’s Economy And Society”

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Jhay Del Mundo 2 years ago

Amazing!

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#25

Komako Kimura, A Prominent Japanese Suffragist Marched On Fifth Avenue In New York City Demanding The Right To Vote (27 October, 1917)

Komako Kimura, A Prominent Japanese Suffragist Marched On Fifth Avenue In New York City Demanding The Right To Vote (27 October, 1917)

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criminalgirl 2 years ago

Very brave, not just as a woman but also not being an "average American woman"

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#26

Marina Ginestà Was A French Veteran Of The Spanish Civil War. This Is Her Most Famous Picture At The Top Of Hotel Colón In Barcelona (21 July, 1936)

Marina Ginestà Was A French Veteran Of The Spanish Civil War. This Is Her Most Famous Picture At The Top Of Hotel Colón In Barcelona (21 July, 1936)

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Anna González Fort 2 years ago

Catalan born in France, not French: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marina_Ginest%C3%A0

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#27

Harriet Tubman, Who Helped Slaves Escape Via The Underground Railroad.

Harriet Tubman, Who Helped Slaves Escape Via The Underground Railroad.

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Kaa 2 years ago

She deserves more upvotes!

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#28

Yusra Mardini Syrian Teenage Refugee Who Swam For Hours In The Sea Pushing A Sinking Boat With Other Refugees To Safety

Yusra Mardini Syrian Teenage Refugee Who Swam For Hours In The Sea Pushing A Sinking Boat With Other Refugees To Safety

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Magdalena Giceva 2 years ago

This is a true hero!!

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#29

Ana Aslan (Romania) - She Is Considered To Be A Pioneer Of Gerontology And Geriatrics

Ana Aslan (Romania) - She Is Considered To Be A Pioneer Of Gerontology And Geriatrics

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Alina Melinte 2 years ago

Romania <3

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#30

Taramon Bibi Is One Of The Two Female Freedom Fighters In Bangladesh

Taramon Bibi Is One Of The Two Female Freedom Fighters In Bangladesh

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Ironcat_xox 2 years ago

You go girl!

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#31

Mileva Maric, Serbian Physicist, Einsteins Wife. Worthy "His" Nobel Prize

Mileva Maric, Serbian Physicist, Einsteins Wife. Worthy "His" Nobel Prize

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Miklós Nagy 2 years ago

And probably the original author of the theory of relativity.

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#32

Ellen O'neal, One Of The Greatests Female Freestyle Skateboarders In The World (1970)

Ellen O'neal, One Of The Greatests Female Freestyle Skateboarders In The World (1970)

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Pi... 2 years ago

Secret: she's having fun...

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#33

Coretta Scott King. American Author, Activist, Civil Rights Leader, And The Wife Of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Coretta Scott King. American Author, Activist, Civil Rights Leader, And The Wife Of Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Ironcat_xox 2 years ago

What a beautiful woman

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#34

Smaranda Brăescu, Romanian parachuting Pioneer, Former Multiple World Record Holder (1932)

Smaranda Brăescu, Romanian parachuting Pioneer, Former Multiple World Record Holder (1932)

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Diana Ell 2 years ago

❤👍🏻

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#35

Shirley Anita St. Hill Chisholm. American Politician, Educator, And Author. In 1968, She Became The First African American Woman Elected To The United States Congress. She Served 7 Terms And Ran For The Democratic Party Nomination For Potus In 1972.

Shirley Anita St. Hill Chisholm. American Politician, Educator, And Author. In 1968, She Became The First African American Woman Elected To The United States Congress. She Served 7 Terms And Ran For The Democratic Party Nomination For Potus In 1972.

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Pandykinz 2 years ago

Much respect!

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#36

Women's Liberation Coalition Marching For Equal Pay (1970)

Women's Liberation Coalition Marching For Equal Pay (1970)

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Cathy Shift 2 years ago

and we're still fighting...

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Angela Davis (1944), American Political Activist, Scholar, Author & Feminist

Angela Davis (1944), American Political Activist, Scholar, Author & Feminist

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Sandra Arja Hitti 2 years ago

That proud look

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#38

Rita Levi-Montalcini - Italian Nobel Laureate Honoured For Her Work In Neurobiology

Rita Levi-Montalcini - Italian Nobel Laureate Honoured For Her Work In Neurobiology

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Dixon's Mama 2 years ago

She looks like Maggie Smith!

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#39

Bertha Von Suttner - First Woman Peace Activist And First Woman To Be Awarded Nobel Peace Prize

Bertha Von Suttner - First Woman Peace Activist And First Woman To Be Awarded Nobel Peace Prize

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Cathy Shift 2 years ago

again not the first. just the first pease activist to be recognized as an activist.

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#40

Jeanne Manford With Her Son Morty, Foreground, Marching In The New York City Gay Pride Parade (1972)

Jeanne Manford With Her Son Morty, Foreground, Marching In The New York City Gay Pride Parade (1972)

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Pandykinz 2 years ago

Sad that it was a rare thing for parents to support their gay children. But good for her! More parents even today need to do this!

#41

Sarla Thakral Was First Indian Woman To Fly. She Earned An Aviation Pilot License In 1936 At The Age Of 21 And Flew A Gypsy Moth Solo

Sarla Thakral Was First Indian Woman To Fly. She Earned An Aviation Pilot License In 1936 At The Age Of 21 And Flew A Gypsy Moth Solo

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Sreejith 2 years ago

feeling proud about her as an Indian

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#42

Billie Jean King. US Tennis Legend & Became The First Prominent Female Athlete To Come Out

Billie Jean King. US Tennis Legend & Became The First Prominent Female Athlete To Come Out

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Erick Germanotta Damarez 2 years ago

Yeah! Long live LGBT. We were supposed to have received our right since nineties century. Quite similar with Alan Turring.

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#43

Girls Deliver Ice. Heavy Work That Formerly Belonged To Men Only Is Being Done By Girls (16 September, 1918)

Girls Deliver Ice. Heavy Work That Formerly Belonged To Men Only Is Being Done By Girls (16 September, 1918)

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Anzelle Van Der Vyver 2 years ago

The things these brave women had to do just to prove we are all equal are astonishing... I can't think this is the best job there was but they look happy enough to earn their own money! WOW

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#44

Gertrude Caroline Ederle Became The First Woman To Swim Across The English Channel (1926)

Gertrude Caroline Ederle Became The First Woman To Swim Across The English Channel (1926)

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Michel M. Prins 2 years ago

It cost her a lot of energy and power, but it was all worth it!

#45

A Woman Drinking Tea, In The Aftermath Of A German Bombing Raid During The London Blitz (1940)

A Woman Drinking Tea, In The Aftermath Of A German Bombing Raid During The London Blitz (1940)

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GoodWolf 2 years ago

Horrible! Imagine this to be your home...

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#46

Suu Kyi Was Under House Arrest For 15 Years For Her Pre-Democracy Campaigning

Suu Kyi Was Under House Arrest For 15 Years For Her Pre-Democracy Campaigning

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Melia Janssen 2 years ago

She was a brave woman who stood up to the junta but she still needs to do more for the persecuted Muslims in her country.

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#47

Simone De Beauvoir, French Feminist, Who Wrote "The Manifesto Of The 343", 1971

Simone De Beauvoir, French Feminist, Who Wrote "The Manifesto Of The 343", 1971

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Lua boots 2 years ago

I love her smile...so true

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#48

These Four Female Pilots Leaving Their Plane At The Four-Engine School At Lockbourne AAF (Early 1940s)

These Four Female Pilots Leaving Their Plane At The Four-Engine School At Lockbourne AAF (Early 1940s)

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Monica Sandoval 2 years ago

From left to write: Frances Green, Margaret (Peg) Kirchner, Ann Waldner, and Blanche Osborn leaving their plane called "Pistol Packing Mama"

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#49

Imone Segouin, The 18 Year Old French Résistance Fighter (1944)

Imone Segouin, The 18 Year Old French Résistance Fighter (1944)

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Lili Elbe, Danish Transgender Woman And One Of The First Recipients Of Sex Reassignment Surgery (1882 – 1931). Elbe Is The Subject Of The 2015 Film "the Danish Girl".

Lili Elbe, Danish Transgender Woman And One Of The First Recipients Of Sex Reassignment Surgery (1882 – 1931). Elbe Is The Subject Of The 2015 Film "the Danish Girl".

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Sandra Lighthill 2 years ago

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#51

Joan Of Arc, Nicknamed "the Maid Of Orléans," Was Born In 1412 In Domrémy, Bar, France. A National Heroine Of France, At Age 18 She Led The French Army To Victory Over The English At Orléans. Captured A Year Later, Joan Was Burned At The Stake As A Heretic By The English And Their French Collaborators

Joan Of Arc, Nicknamed "the Maid Of Orléans," Was Born In 1412 In Domrémy, Bar, France. A National Heroine Of France, At Age 18 She Led The French Army To Victory Over The English At Orléans. Captured A Year Later, Joan Was Burned At The Stake As A Heretic By The English And Their French Collaborators

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Kracken 2 years ago

She was epic, I can't believe a skateboarder is ahead of her, this list is ridiculous in its order.....

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#52

Maria Teresa De Filippis, First Female Formula 1 Driver (1958)

Maria Teresa De Filippis, First Female Formula 1 Driver (1958)

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Lea Opitz 2 years ago

Oh Yeah!

#53

The First European Woman Ever To Obtain A License And A Phd In Law From The University Of Paris

The First European Woman Ever To Obtain A License And A Phd In Law From The University Of Paris

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Frantiska Zverkova 2 years ago

And her name?

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#54

Jackie Ormes, America's First Black Female Cartoonist, And Creator Of Torchy Brown

Jackie Ormes, America's First Black Female Cartoonist, And Creator Of Torchy Brown

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Shauday Smith 2 years ago

professional women artist. +1 yay!

#55

Jane Austen: An Influential Woman, She’s Not Just A Writer, She’s A Cult, A Brand And A Cultural Touchstone.

Jane Austen: An Influential Woman, She’s Not Just A Writer, She’s A Cult, A Brand And A Cultural Touchstone.

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rakuninaru 2 years ago

Love her!! and I love her works

#56

Milunka Savić

Milunka Savić

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2 years ago

She was a Serbian war heroine who fought in the Balkan Wars and in World War I. She was awarded the French Légion d’Honneur (Legion of Honour) twice, Russian Cross of St. George, British medal of the Most Distinguished Order of St Michael, Serbian Miloš Obilić medal. She was the sole female recipient of the French Croix de Guerre 1914–1918 with the gold palm attribute for service in World War I.

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#57

Among The Prisoners Taken On Walcheren Was This Dutch Woman With Her Husband, A German Solder, Whom She Refused To Leave (1944)

Among The Prisoners Taken On Walcheren Was This Dutch Woman With Her Husband, A German Solder, Whom She Refused To Leave (1944)

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Lauren Draper 2 years ago

his face looks like "damn right she's mine"

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#58

Anna Stepanovna Politkovskaya - A Russian Journalist, Writer, And Human Rights Activist Known For Her Opposition To The Second Chechen War And To The Policies Of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Anna Stepanovna Politkovskaya - A Russian Journalist, Writer, And Human Rights Activist Known For Her Opposition To The Second Chechen War And To The Policies Of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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Mimi Lulu 2 years ago

Anna was assassinated in 2006 because of her writing and activism.

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#59

Raina Kasabova Is A Bulgarian Military Pilot And The First Woman In The World Who Piloted A Battle Air Plane In A Combat.

Raina Kasabova Is A Bulgarian Military Pilot And The First Woman In The World Who Piloted A Battle Air Plane In A Combat.

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Petya Rash 2 years ago

и ний сме дали нещо на света 😉

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#60

Bessie Coleman - Pioneering Aviator

Bessie Coleman - Pioneering Aviator

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Kizito Obeya 2 years ago

I was watching Viceland yesterday and someone remarked about how few pictures of her exist. This is a rare one.

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#61

A Female Lockheed Employee Works On One In Burbank, California (1944)

A Female Lockheed Employee Works On One In Burbank, California (1944)

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Kjorn 2 years ago

she's pretty clean for someone who works with mecanics

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#62

A Women's Liberation March In Washington, D.C. (1970)

A Women's Liberation March In Washington, D.C. (1970)

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The Cube Cat 2 years ago

Another march happened just recently

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#63

The Night Witches - Female Soviet Pilots Of Ww2

The Night Witches - Female Soviet Pilots Of Ww2

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Christine Friedl 2 years ago

Those ladies are legendary - not only in Russia!

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#64

Soviet Soldier Is Given Water By A Ukrainian Woman After Being Captured During The Battle For Kiev (1941)

Soviet Soldier Is Given Water By A Ukrainian Woman After Being Captured During The Battle For Kiev (1941)

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Mick Fowler 2 years ago

And the Ukrainians had no cause to love the USSR as Stalin starved millions of them to death.

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#65

Leola N. King, America's First Female Traffic Cop, Washington D.C. (1918)

Leola N. King, America's First Female Traffic Cop, Washington D.C. (1918)

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Shauday Smith 2 years ago

at the risk of triggering.... i think that outfit is cute.

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#66

Fanny Blankers Koen, Winner Of 4 Gold Medals At The 1948 London Olympics, Aged 30 And Mother Of 2 Children.

Fanny Blankers Koen, Winner Of 4 Gold Medals At The 1948 London Olympics, Aged 30 And Mother Of 2 Children.

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Timo Verkamman 2 years ago

She later told in an interview she had a boil between her thighs while racing. When she got back home the government gave her a bicycle.

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This Woman Worker Pushes Back Her Helmet During A Moment's Pause From Her Welding Job At The Richmond Shipyard In California (1943)

This Woman Worker Pushes Back Her Helmet During A Moment's Pause From Her Welding Job At The Richmond Shipyard In California (1943)

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Magpie 2 years ago

I admire this photo, much more like it really was.

#68

Elizabeth Blackwell Was A British-born Physician, Notable As The First Woman To Receive A Medical Degree.

Elizabeth Blackwell Was A British-born Physician, Notable As The First Woman To Receive A Medical Degree.

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Shari Orser 1 year ago

Was only admitted to medical school because the male students thought it was a joke. One of my heroes

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#69

Erika Kornélia Szeles, The 15 Years Old Revolutionary Against The Soviets In Budapest, Hungary 1956

Erika Kornélia Szeles, The 15 Years Old Revolutionary Against The Soviets In Budapest, Hungary 1956

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2 years ago

She was shot a few days after this picture was taken, while trying to help a wounded fighter.

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Ada Lovelace. World's First Computer Programmer.

Ada Lovelace. World's First Computer Programmer.

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rakuninaru 2 years ago

Why isn't she on top?? She deserves A LOT more recognizing !! Please vote for her

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#71

Women Workers Employed As Wipers In The Roundhouse Having Lunch In Their Rest Room (1943)

Women Workers Employed As Wipers In The Roundhouse Having Lunch In Their Rest Room (1943)

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Shauday Smith 2 years ago

freaking badasses, the whole lot

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Ceylan Ozalp, 19, Was Reportedly Surrounded By Isis Fighters Near The Syrian Kurdish City Of Kobane Also Known As Ain Al-arab. After She Run Out Of Ammunition Ozalp Said “goodbye” Over The Radio And Spent Her Last Bullet On Killing Herself.

Ceylan Ozalp, 19, Was Reportedly Surrounded By Isis Fighters Near The Syrian Kurdish City Of Kobane Also Known As Ain Al-arab. After She Run Out Of Ammunition Ozalp Said “goodbye” Over The Radio And Spent Her Last Bullet On Killing Herself.

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LizzyM 2 years ago

Unfortunately she probably made a very wise decision on how to spend that last bullet 😢

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#73

Smith College Class Of 1902 Basketball Team - Senda Berenson Introduced And Adapted The Rules For Women's Basketball

Smith College Class Of 1902 Basketball Team - Senda Berenson Introduced And Adapted The Rules For Women's Basketball

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GoodWolf 2 years ago

They had to play in skirts

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#74

Isidora Sekulić, The First Woman Academic In Serbian History

Isidora Sekulić, The First Woman Academic In Serbian History

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Ana Ivanovic 2 years ago

This is third Serbian woman on the list! 😀

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Clara Campoamor (madrid, 12 February, 1888–lausanne, 30 April, 1972) Was A Spanish Politician And Feminist Best Known For Her Advocacy For Women's Rights And Suffrage During The Writing Of The Spanish Constitution Of 1931.

Clara Campoamor (madrid, 12 February, 1888–lausanne, 30 April, 1972) Was A Spanish Politician And Feminist Best Known For Her Advocacy For Women's Rights And Suffrage During The Writing Of The Spanish Constitution Of 1931.

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Mitchell Peterson 2 years ago

you go girl

#76

Resisting Turkish Grandma

Resisting Turkish Grandma

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2 years ago

A protestors uses a slingshot against Turkish riot police on Taksim square on June 11, 2013. Riot police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to clear protesters from an Istanbul square on June 11 as Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned he would show “no more tolerance” for the unrelenting mass demonstrations against his Islamic-rooted government. Hundreds of police stormed the city’s Taksim Square, the epicenter of nearly two weeks of unrest, in the early morning and brought bulldozers to clear the makeshift barriers erected by demonstrators after police pulled out of the area on June 1.(Src: huffpost.com)

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#77

Vesna Vulović Was A Serbian Flight Attendant. She Holds The Guinness Wor