Dorothy Kenyon, a self-proclaimed feminist, was a U.S. representative for the UN Commission on Women and on the board of the ACLU. Then, in 1950, Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, labeled her a Communist. Rather than retreat, Kenyon pounced: "He's a lowdown worm and although it ought to be beneath my dignity to answer him, I'm mad enough to say that he's a liar and he can go to hell," she spat.
Ink: #Quill and #ink.
Lady In Black: 'Burka Avenger' Fights For Pakistan's Girls
"Lady in Black," 'Burka Avenger - When a Burka isn't a tool of oppression . . . New Pakistani superheroine.
Ein Buch ist wie das Leben es hat einen Anfang aber auch ein Ende!
Tigress for Liberty: Noor Inayat Khan, WWII spy
"Tigress for Liberty: Noor Inayat Khan, WWII spy" at Heroine Central, a Word Press women's history blog.
21 Pictures That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity
This sign at an awesome bookshop.
Tawakkul Karman – profile
Tawakkul Karman is a journalist and civil rights activist from Yemen dedicated to changing the lives of the country’s youth. Her leading role in the non-violent struggle to end Yemini President Ali Abdullah’s three-decade rule received international attention and earned her the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize. She has endured jail time and assassination attempts for her activism, but her continued leadership in a country where women are traditionally oppressed is indicative of their changing role.