Bra burning 60s to today
A strong, take no crap kind of woman, who stands up for her liberal rights. This movement started with the protest at the 1968 Miss America pageant about the obsessive beauty standards that oppressed women. The goal was to liberate women from the degrading images of the mindless, girlie sex symbols plastered in the media as a selling tool. The goal was for women to embrace who they are without beauty enhancements like fake eye lashes, girdles or falsies.
Wow, have times changed! Bra Burning Fems via Thoughtco.com.
A Sworn virgin who have taken a vow of unnecessary chastity. Ok, it is necessary. They hide in the comforts of mens clothing to earn proper wages. If there is no male heir, the burrnesha takes on the role as man in order to inherit the land passed down from ancestors. As a man she gets to exercise her human rights many take for granted. Some will even marry to keep the charade going just as Glen Close did for the character Albert Nobbs.
Portrait- 1912 Penelope and the Suitor by, John William Waterhouse
It's his job to present himself in a positive, prosperous-made-of-money kind of way to win her or him over. Prospecting a potential mate.