A female follower of Dionysus. Tis a beautiful sentiment that "God doesn't like ugly," but he clearly has a soft spot for crazy. In Greek mythology, these women were depicted on fancy vases running amok and destroying any animal in their hellenic path. To refer to one as "raging mad" would be a compliment.
When Noah was ordered to build the Ark, God insisted he clone an extra couple of crazies to keep the fantastic voyage stimulating. Like Maenads, Dysmaninais are followers of Dionysus. Source: The House of Vines
An exceptionally tall, voluptuous and sexy feline. She’s the reigning Queen of the jungle.
2.) A warrior of strength and power. Amazons have been synonymous with female "athletes" for their leadership and kick ass abilities. Not to mention inventing the ideal weapon of war, the battle-axe. Which explains why women inherited the moniker; to empahsize their evil 'mannish' behavior.
Artwork by Fashion Illustrator: Lara Wolf
A fictitious animated character with style and killer arm wear. She represents the female sheroes with tremendous courage battling evildoers in her invisible plane.
(a.k.a. Amazon) A regal warrior. The duty was to protect their Kingdom by guarding the borders of Scythia (modern day Ukraine) with their bows and arrows.
Pictured: Amazon preparing for a battle (Queen Antiop or Armed Venus), by Pierre-Eugène-Emile Hébert 1860 (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.).
Created and inspired by author, Maya Angelou (Pictured).
She's not built to suit a model’s fashion size, but if you observe the curve of her lips, the fire in her eyes, the sun of her smile and the grace of her style, you will see her inner mystery. She’s a woman, phenomenally!
2015 film, Focus w/ Margo Robbie and Will Smith
The sneaky conniving, criminal-minded female accomplice to a thief or crook. She appears to be innocent and angelic, but look out, looks can be deceiving!
A kick ass female soldier who bravely fought during the Mexican Revolution. In order to gain rank, women like María Quinteras de Meras had to disguise themselves as men, like in that Mulan cartoon. The term is derived from the Spanish word soldada which denotes a payment made to the person who provided for soldier's.
An elite crop of mythical shieldmaidens who fought alongside soldiers in battle. She is a fearsome thing to behold, a woman of great victory. Translated from an Anglo-Saxon metrical charm based on taming honey bees, to mean “victorious woman” considering that bees swarm and sting. Some scholars have suggested the term is but a mere metaphor for “victorious sword”.