Women in history

Mexico's Independence Was Won By Women, But We Celebrate A Licentious Priest

14 de septiembre de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Every year we honor the heroes that achieved Mexico's Independence, but there are so many left out, mainly women. …

Anna Coleman Ladd: The Woman Who Gave Back Self-Esteem To Mutilated Soldiers With Facial Prosthetics

6 de septiembre de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Anna Coleman Ladd created prosthetics for soldiers whose faces had been mutilated in World War I. By doing so, they were able to recover their self-esteem. …

Before Eve There Was Lilith, The Woman Who Became Mankind's Darkest Desire

3 de septiembre de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

The Bible claims that God created Eve with the rib of Adam, but before her there was Lilith, created equally and demonized for demanding the same status. …

5 Times Princess Diana Defied Royalty And Proved How Awesome She Was

30 de agosto de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Princess Diana is known as the People's Princess, a title she gained mainly by defying the monarchy. …

Tamara de Lempicka: The Art Deco Baroness Who Ruled The Fascist World With Her Brush

30 de agosto de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Tamara de Lempicka is one of the main representatives of Art Deco. However, despite the fascist tints of the movement, she managed to rule on her own terms. …

Cleopatra: The Story Of The Femme Fatale Par Excellence In 19 Paintings

10 de agosto de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Cleopatra is one of the most famous historical characters of all time. These paintings are proof of how she was vilified. …

Mata Hari: The Myth Of The Sensual War Spy In 19 Luscious Photographs

7 de agosto de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Mata Hari is often portrayed as a devilish woman who used her looks and body for espionage, but it could be just a myth. …

Simona Josefa Manzaneda, la revolucionaria que intentaron humillar pero el pueblo respetó

6 de agosto de 2018

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Daniel Lobos Jeria

How The First Beer Was Actually A Gift From An Ancient Sumerian Goddess And Her Brewers

3 de agosto de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

The origin of beer goes back to the ancient Sumerian civilization. Ninkasi was the goddess of beer and one of the most worshiped deities. …

How Heartbreak Led To The Most Successful Brothel In Puerto Rico

26 de julio de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Isabel 'la Negra' Luberza Oppenheimer was a legend in Puerto Rico due to her exclusive and successful brothel. …

Amelia Earhart's Disappearance Is A Mystery That Haunts Us To This Day

24 de julio de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Seven decades after Amelia Earhart's tragic disappearance, we might finally have some evidence of what happened to her. …

The Allegedly Lesbian English Queen No One Talks About But Should

29 de junio de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Queen Anne's life has been forgotten by history, but the real story is even more interesting than the myths, being an allegedly lesbian queen. …