Rosie the Riveter
She represents the cultural feminist movement of the millions of women taking the place of men in manufacturing plants to help support the troops during World War II. This character icon, loosely based after Ms. Rose Will Monroe, sky rocketed women's economic power coining the popularized slogan: "We can do it!"
1780 Painting by John Collet - The Transmutation of Sexes
1.) An effeminate young male. 2.) 1700 British. A gay dude. The term comes from the notorious men's club, The Mollies or the Molly-house(s). It was like the bunny ranch, but for gay men. Other spellings include: Molley, Mollie, Mally or Moll.