Ambiguous Gender Identity: While Jason has specifically

Contains examples of: Ambiguously Brown: If the historical woman’s ethnicity was something of a question mark Jason will often draw them this way, for instance Tomyris and Tirgatao since it’s not known what exactly ”Scythians” looked like. Philipa of Hainault is also portrayed with an ambiguous skin tone as there’s debate as to what her ethnicity was with the only specifics that have survived in the record being that she was ”brown skinned all over”. Similarly Zelia Nuttall was known to have an Irish father but the exact ethnicity of her mother is uncertain though she was at least born in Mexico. Ambiguous Gender Identity: While Jason has specifically decided not to cover any trans men http://jfpontagarca.com/2013/12/12/red-oniblue-oni-flys-red-personality-to-chucks-blue/, he mentions that Catalina de Erauso’s gender identity to a modern audience is hard to nail down, since Erauso’s own autobiography regularly switched from male to female indicators. Anti Role Model: The idea for the website came about when Porath and some fellow Dreamworks employees saw a clickbait article about ”Why Elsa and Anna are bad role models for girls”, decided that they could think of way worse role models for girls, and challenged each other to see who could think of the worst one. (The winner? Lolita.) Artistic License: If something in an illustration is inaccurate and he knows it Jason will usually point it out in the footnotes and cite this, usually to make something clearer or tie a picture together. Badass Bystander: Onake Obavva was the wife of a guard in the city of Chitradurga who according to some versions murdered upwards of 100 invaders using only a pestle and likely saved the city. Badass Gay: Along with several women who were suspected to have been lesbian or bisexual during their time periods, a few verifiable ones are Julie d’Aubigny and Catalina de Erauso. Bald Women: Masako Hojo is depicted as this since she eventually became a Buddhist nun. Jason admits that the illustration is mixing her history a bit since she wasn’t yet a nun at the time of the incident where she flattened Lady Kame’s house after she found out her husband was cheating on her with the other woman, but he wanted to show her as bald. Breach of Promise of Marriage: A major factor in the legal case of Artemisia Gentileschi from the book, since her rapist Tassi had promised to marry her to keep her quiet but later reneged on his promise, which prompted the Gentileschis to charge him in court and eventually win their case. The Caligula: Covers several notorious examples including Elisabeth Bathory and Ranavalona I, with heavy emphasis on the fact that many of their supposed evil deeds were probably not true.

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