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.
Pictured: David Mamet's Boston Marriage
1900s term for lesbian. It applied to women living together in a romantic friendship sans any penile influence. The term became associated with the 1886 novel, The Bostonians by Henry James. The story involved a long-term relationship between two unmarried women. Also see: Ladies of Llangollen.
1.) A Latino who that heavily represents their culture through clothing, mannerisms, and speech. 2.) Popularized by rap artists, Carnage and G-Eazy, it represents money. Like loads or stacks of dead presidents.
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”.
The complete opposite of Misogynist. He carries a great fondness and respect for women. He puts them on a gold-encrusted pedestal with rose pedals at their feet and love-hearts billowing from the skies.