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.
She is a part of the elite, preppy bon chic bon genre (BCBG). Very uppity middle-class, equestrian life with a slight hint of bourgeois. Peter York and Ann Barr collaborated to bestow upon you the grand Official Sloane Ranger Handbook. They were often seen in high society London wearing Hermès or Liberty silk head scarves distinctively tied just below the chin (see images above).
Also spelled, Kinnar. They are considered a third-sex gender. Born a man, but identifies as a woman heart and soul. Just as the deity Shiva depicted in dual gender form, many believe they are just as mythical because they are super talented, artistic in dance, music and drama.
Nam myoho renge kyo
A chant, daimoku or mantra to relax negative thoughts and unlock pure spiritual awakening. Created by Japanese Buddhist priest Nichiren it means: Devotion to the Mystic Law of the Lotus Sutra or Glory to the Sutra of the Lotus of the Supreme Law.
A beautiful African goddess or deity who is half-human and half-mermaid.
2.) A religious water deity or priestess who was worshiped for fertility and her natural healing abilities. She is the ‘bringer of divine law’. Mami =truth and wisdom, Wata= water.
3.) A lustful, seducer or prostitute.