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Born in 1857, Gouyen was an Apache woman who is noted for her heroism. Her birth name is still unknown but she was given the name Gouyen, a titled reserved for only the most talented and brilliant women of the Apache. 530 more words


Nakano Takeko

Nakano Takeko was a Japanese female warrior of the Aizu domain, who fought and died during the Boshin War.

Nakano was born in 1847, in Aizu to an Aizu official, Nakano Heinai, but was raised in Edo where she was trained in literary and martial arts. 243 more words


I am Raising Warrior Moms

Yesterday I was there to witness the birth of my grandson, Holland Maitland Jessop.  My daughter, his mom, is a warrior!  Her labors and deliveries are much faster than mine ever were.  425 more words


Wargaming Warrior Women blogs on The Raft website

After FEMbruary’s focus on Warrior Women Miniatures, here’s an interesting website called The Raft by cpthandy with a Wargaming Warrior Women section  https://wargamingraft.wordpress.com/tag/warrior-women/

Well worth reading through the blogs on Warrior Women from ancient times through Waterloo… 58 more words

Toy Soldiers

Orifflame- Jessie Redmond Fauset

For me, women like Sojourner Truth(who’s quoted here) and Harriet Tubman are like warrior queens. These women who wanted freedom so much that they actually put in real work to obtain it. 238 more words


Fangirl Friday: Black Panther


Go right now and see this film. Here’s the trailer:

I say this because it’s a glorious movie, filled with stunning visuals and action, superb characters, amazing music (Kendrick Lamar produced the soundtrack), and layers and layers of explorations of history, responsibility, colonialism, isolationism, diasporas, and relationships both interpersonal and global. 1,725 more words


A Warrior Puts others First!

I didn’t get to write yesterday on my usual Thought Tuesday time.  However, the subject that is weighing on my mind applies to both Warrior Wednesday and Thought Tuesday. 1,379 more words