Pictured: Arthur aka, 'Fine Art', portrayed a rent boy in the 1996 film, Twisted.
We've all seen that guy in snug-tight jeans and thought there's no way he's giving that sexy ass away for free. Am I right!? A male prostitute.
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.
Knitting Needles Guerrilla
Pictured: Thandi Modise. "I'm a guerrilla because I'm a mother...I'm very pleased my children will never turn around to me and ask, 'Why did you do nothing?"
An undercover soldier disguised as a sweet innocent knitting mom, to scout potential military targets. The Kunoichi of South Africa. Thandi Modise held this title. She was termed this because while she was operating underground as an MK cadre reconnoitering potential military targets she tried to look as ordinary as possible and carried a handbag from which a pair of knitting needles protruded.
Oh Mother... Family Feud Fail!
The woman who gave us life. She's inherited several monikers including, "Not the Moma," to "Hey, what's for dinner?" Thank goodness she's paid in kisses...and sometimes throw up.
Once a symbols of women's rights in the 1850s, the bloomer underwent several transformations in the underworld of undergarments. Popularized by suffragette, Amelia Bloomer. They were eventually replaced by drawers or knickers.