Claremont Women Pictured: (L/R) Jean Grey, Kitty Pryde, Rogue, Storm
Based on 70s X-Men writer, Chris Claremont who revamped the portrayal of female super-heroes. Under his pen they (Storm, Rogue, Jean Grey, Kitty Pryde, etc.) were written as smart, powerful, capable, multi-faceted female sheroes.
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.
You can find her on the boulevard or at a party strutting the hell out of a skin-tight dress. She was born a man, but identifies with being a hot, sexy woman in every way. In 1910, Magnus Hirschfeld coin the term Transvestite to describe the erotic drive to cross-dressing and the importance of wearing the clothes vs. them wearing you.