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Trixie


Trixie
via Deviantart, Artwork by Sniper M1D
A female on the social climb, marriage-minded, money-hungry young ladies that seem to flock to the upwardly-mobile neighborhoods like Park ave. The Trixie stereotype describes a "blonde, late-twenties woman with a ponytail who works in PR or marketing, drives a black Jetta, gets manicures and no-foam skim lattes. Usually ex sorority types lusting after jocks.


B-Girl, Boopsie, Bopper, Cack broad, Cambridge fortune, Cow, D.N.B., Fifi, Gimme girl, Gold digger, High Maintenance, Material girl, Mayfair Mercenary, Mickey T, Paper chaser, Rigmarole, Shine eye girl, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Toffer

Crooner




A male singer who leaves the women swooning and gay men covered in sploosh. If your stage isn't covered with pink lacy panties, fruit of the looms or size 25 big mama drawers, you have failed as a singer. If they're shouting "Encore" from the rafters, you did the damn thing.


Front man, Jongleur, Minstrel, Minnesinger, Pied piper, Serenader, Velvet balladeer


Heroine


Shesaurus Heroine

A shero or female hero. Featured from left to right: Jem (Jem and the Holigrams), Jen Yu (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), She-ra, Max Guevara (Dark Angel), Nyota Uhura (Star Trek), Catwoman (Batman), Hit Girl (Kick Ass), Gamora (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Daenerys Targaryen (Game of Thrones).

Amazon, Androktones, Antianeirai, G.I. Jane, Homa-zan, Oiorpata, Phenomenal woman, Ride or die bitch, Ruca, She-ra, Shero, Shieldmaiden, Shouter, Sigewif, Soldaderas, Super Woman, Termagant, Todder, Valkyrie, Virago, Woman of honor, Wonder Woman

Onibaba

Japanese (Demon hag)

onibaba
鬼婆 Legend has it she is a monstrous, knife-wielding maniacal old crone. There are several versions of this tale, but the most intriguing is based on the 1964 movie where two crazies lure lost soldiers to their deaths in order to sell their armor for food. The stepmoster finds out her son was killed in battle. In order to keep her son's fiancée from leaving, she uses a mask to scare her into staying, but the mask has demonic powers.
2.) Mean old lady; battle ax.
3.) A demonic witch.


Bunny Boiler, Clinger, Dotty, Fatal Attraction, Headcase, Lorena Bobbitt, Mad Woman, Maenad, Psycho Hose Beast, Psycholina, Riot Girl, Stage Five Clinger, Sybil 2.) Battering ram, Battle Ax, Battle cruiser, Batty old coo, Beldame, Blind dragon, Cailliach, Carlin, Cat o’mountain, Crone, Deelo, Delo Diam, Deelo Diam, Delonammon, Dillo Namo, Dowager, Elderly Jam, Gimmer, Golden Girl, Grand dame, Gun Powder, Hag, Harpy, Hell hag, Josher, Old betty, Old maid, Oxygen thief, Prune Juice, Rag n

Abuela

Spanish


Your very sweet grandmother who will keep you in check, well fed and super humble. Warranted or not, she will give you advice on marriage, divorce, children and sex. And Jesus.


Abuelita, Big Mama, Bobe, Bubele, Caillach, Cailleach, Double Maw, Glamma, Grammy, Granny, Grams, Grandma, Grandmother, Matron, Memaw, Nan, Nana.

Circassian Beauty


Shesaurus Circassian Beauty

Legend has it in the late 1860’s, they were the “purest” stock of beautiful Caucasian women. They were in high demand and purchased for the pleasure of Turkish or Russian Sultans. Known for their “moss hair” they were exhibited in circus sideshows and dime museums.


Aviatrix


Shesaurus Aviatrix
Elizabeth 'Bessie' Coleman (January 26, 1892 – April 30, 1926), aka "Queen Bess".
Queen Bess was the first African American to become an airplane pilot. Chi-town native, she could not gain admission to American flight schools because she was black and a woman. No black U.S. aviator would train her either. Coleman added a "kiss my ass USA" stamp to her passport and learned to fly in a Nieuport Type 82 biplane in Paris.




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