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Who are your favorite heroines of history?

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Queen Esther, Cleopatra, Coco Chanel. 009 (19) adsf 1 Regine Olsen 50ad (17) Gundi 6nianji-ZHC (38) Rosa Parks, indira ghandi 80cubed (55) Isabella Merian, Vita Sackville-West, Susan Sontag, Rosalind Franklin A Mothers A. (27) Queen Elizabeth I A (26) joan of ark A (26) I don't have any AA (23) Corrie ten Boom. She is awesome. And I like her name. aaaaaaa (18) Harriet Tubman, Cleopatra AAAKKK No one aag (22) Esther aallisonr (30) ladies that have secretly run the world while puppeting their husbands Aaron (32) Earhart, Jane Goodall, Hepburn, Rosa Parks Aaron Guy Leroux (37) Sacajawea Aarushi Agarwal (13) Mary Wollstonecraft, Emma Goldman, and many others who endorsed a feminism that held women up to the same standards of men, and didn't excuse female frivolity Abbie (22) Malala Josefzai Abbie Hartley Hedy Lamarr Abby (26) olympe de gouge Abegando (28) Eleanor Roosevelt Abigail Harris (10) Frida kahlo , Mother Teresa, Woman artists, moms ABP (50) Joan of Arc, St. Therese of Liseaux Abs Morrigan Acara McFadden (28) Cleopatra, Rosa Parks ACH (23) None. I already answered this, didn't I? A. Clifford Stowe (81) Those who dare to question social mores and political ideas Adam (22) I don't know Adam (25) Joan of Arc Adam (20) Joan of arc, mary magdalene Adam Hyde (26) don't know adieudusk Rani lakshmi bai Aditya (25) I have not met them in person. Admiral Love (33) Women of courage Adonia (40) N/A Adrian (18) Cleopatra Adriana (16) Cleopatra Adriana (16) Queen Victoria adriana (45) Madame Curie. Adrian Bauza (20) Don't have one. Adrian George Nicolae (24) Belle de Jour Adrian Martyn (34) Zoey Redbird Tinkerbell and Jane Adrianna (18) Fāṭima and her mother Khadīja (the Prophet's first wife) AdrianOz (45) Sylvia Plath. Adrian Winters (17) cleopatra Ady (22) Cleopatra aetilson (41) -- a.g. (23) - agagagaga (24) Shote Galica Agent00V (18) Mata Hari Aggie White Catherine the Great A.G. Mata (21) Aljubarrota bread-maker Agneska (20) queen Elizabeth agony (25) Elizabeth I, Maria Theresa of Austria, and Matilda of England Agreen (29) Mata Hari Agustina (27) Livia A Half Empty Beaker jezebel ahmad (27) karl marx ahmad (24) Helen of Troy Aida (22) Kristin Hersh and Patti Smith. Aidan (21) Harriet Tubman, Catherine the Great. Aidan Devlin (15) Same Aiden joan of arc, margaret thatcher aiko (20) Eleanor of Aquitaine. Ailene Ada Lovelace aimée (22) Abigail Adams aimee.dawson (21) Coretta Scott King, Jacqueline Kennedy Onasis Aisha Milburn (32) rani of jhansi aishu (14) Elizabeth I. A.J. (27) No one AJ (18) still Koshovyi Otaman Ivan Sirko Ajam (21) Don't know of many Ajay (17) none Ajm9511 (21) mother teresa akansha (26) Jeanne d'Arc, Cleopatra akanthe (19) Women that inspired great writing. Akbar Shahzad (20) Gwanggaeto Aki Mary Shelley Aks (20) Joan of Arc and Rosa Parks. Don't know too many others. Al (28) Diana Spencer Al (55) Bodesea Alan (58) Golda Meir Alan Arkin (44) Simone de Beauvoir AlbaManuela (18) I have to agree with Proust; Cleopatra Alden Lee Klaput (18) The mom of Dr Jose Rizal--she raised him well Aldonza77 (47) Jane Goodall and Mother Theresa of Calcutta. Ale (28) Joan of Arc, Hua Mulan. Alecksi Forough Farrokhzad Alejandro Amoretti (28) Helen of Troy. Marie Curie, Amelia Earhart Aleksei Kotsov (63) mary leakey alessa (21) Elisabeth I Alessandro Pian (30) asan suji Alessio Lucchini (46) Lady Godiva Aletha Camack Marie Curie. Alex Lucretia Alex (22) Cleopatra Alex (17) alcott if that counts alex (23) Boudicca Alex (21) Coretta Scott King, Billie Holliday Alex (23) Suffragettes Alex (32) Jane Erye alexa (28) Joan of Ark. Alexander (33) Cleopatra Alexander (19) Elizabeth I Alexandra (27) Ester. Alexandra (19) Strong women. Alexandra (24) Joan of Arc Alexandra (18) Edith Piaf Alexandra (24) the suffragettes Alexandra Bryhter (24) Alexander the Great, Alexandra SweetTale4u Cruz Queen of Saba Alexandre (28) Alice Miller AlexandriaHMerlin (40) Georgia O'Keeffe AlexandriaLHash (30) Cleopatra, Joan of Arc, Irena Sendlerowa. alexandrine (15) Mary Wollstonecraft, Queen Elizabeth I of England Alex C. Marilyn Monroe Alexis (17) Eleanor Roosevelt, Jackie O, Hilary Clinton, women who wanted power in the world, not in bed Alexis Johnson (19) Liaz Minelli and Marlena Deitrich Aley (60) Virgina Woolf al-g (24) Mother Teresa. Ali (37) Marie Curie, Susan B. Anthony, Rosa Parks, Marilyn Monroe, Ayaan Hirsi Ali Ali A. Rizvi Jane Eyre/ Bronte Alice Ms. Parks Alicein1derland (27) Those who do not appear in books but in everyday stories Alicia (68) Jeanne D'Arc, Queen Jadwiga, Eleanor Roosevelt, Marie Curie alicja (38) Cleopatra. Aliid Antoinette? Alin (23) Ordinary woman who change the world. Aline Guiraudie (36) suffragettes alipans (57) Hypatia of Alexandria, Cleopatra Alishba Zarmeen (24) Benazir bhutto AliZaidi (29) florence nightengale alli (49) Joan of Arc Allison (33) Lucille Ball, Bette Davis. Allison not sure allison (19) Neiara (Pericles' mistress), Livia (wife of Augustus) Allison Jean (21) Same. Again, don't get the woman/man distinction. Allison Jean Hazen (34) Carrie Chapman Catt, mother theresa, rosa parks alliswell (62) Jeanne de Arc Alma (25) Harriette Tubman, Angela Davis Alma Jean Porter (70) Dorothy Dandridge almavidrio (35) Artists mostly... those who made great contributions to society despite the phallocentric. Altjungr (30) Barbara of Celje Alvilda (20) Dolley Madison, Eleanor Roosevelt, Margaret Sanger Alx Amelia Earhart, Cleopatra, Women of the war of the roses alya (17) Marie Curie Alyanna (22) Anne Frank Alyce J. Martin Luther King Alyssa Cordova (17) Whatever, whoever made me what I am. That is my hero. Alyssa Darkling The first Abaddon of the Coven was from a small village like my own. Alyssa Moonchild (16) Billie Holiday AM plgara Amanda (42) Elizabeth Bathory AmandaFYS13 (18) Harriet Tubman, Jeanne d'Arc, Susan B. Anthony Amandine (31) Rosa Parks Amara Any woman who became extraordinary during the Holocaust to help all she could. Amber (18) Elizabeth 1 and Ann Boleyn Amber (37) Elizabeth 1 and Ann Boleyn Amber (37) None Ame (37) Amelia Airhart Amelia (13) These questions are hard. I don't know. Amelia Gates (formerly Pippet) (10) The one who has made all man demean upon her knee ameliowata (20) JFK, Jefferson, Franklin (and even with their personal flaws) americanwoman (62) cleopatra ames (21) i don't have ammb (29) Clytemnestra, Joan of arc, Amelia Earhart Amrita (22) Sojourner Truth amu Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria, Elizabeth Barrett Browning Amy (33) ... Amy (28) Rosa Parks, Anne Frank, Dorothy Day amy (33) Marie curie Amy (35) Nellie Bly for her sense of adventure Amy Becker; Character: Merriwether Finch (27) Apparently this calls for a different answer to that of my "favourite hero". The answer remains the same. Amy Cottington-Bray Susan B. Anthony amz (16) Aung San Suu Kyi Ana (30) any woman who fought in the civil war ana (16) Jean D'arc ana (34) Joana D'arc Ana Carolina (16) Don't have any. Analise (40) Razia Sultan, Mumtaz Jahan, Anam (26) Audrey Hepburn and Jeanne D' Arc Ana Marija (20) Elizabeth cady stanton, I think. Matilda Gage Ananke (25) josefa de obidos anasonic (29) Marmaduke ancientrobot (31) joan jett andraya (23) Joan of Arc Andrea (16) Marie Curie Andrea (13) Mulan ANDREAADKINS (26) The witches AndreaFeliu (28) Eleanor Roosevelt and Emily Dickinson. Andreas (19) Cleopatra Andrea SB (32) Not sure andres007 (19) I do not know. Andrew (22) Benazir Bhutto Andrew (20) Cleopatra Andrew (28) don't have any Andrew (22) Myself. andrew (24) Mary queen of scots Andrew barlow (26) hmmmmm Andy (25) Joan of Arc Andy (23) Joan of Arc Andy (23) Joan of Arc, any woman who stood up against the salem witch trials. Susan B. Anthony andy rayford (28) Elisabeth, one of the queens ang (99) No heroines Angel None Ângela (24) Catherine the Great, Eva Peron, Mamie Eisenhower Angela (30) Athena, Saint Helena, Audrey Hepburn, Hedi Lamarr, Rita Hayworth, Katharine Hepburn Angela (19) Rosa Parks Angela Estrada (20) mtheresa angelina (26) eleanor roosevelt Angel Rodrigues (41) Cleopatra, Anne of Boleyn and Marilyn Monroe angie (29) Amelia Earhart Ani ME Ani (22) Joan of Arc Anik (16) cleopatra anjali The suffragettes Anjel (28) Shakespear Anjelah49 (49) cleopatra Ankassandra (15) Cleopatra Anke! (17) Women who established themselves by strongly holding on to their womanly nature. Ann (19) Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Harriet Tubman, Marie Curie, Gloria Steinem Ann (62) Joan of Arc Anna (20) Cleopatra Anna (20) I have none. Anna (34) Marie Antoinette? (not really...) Anna Kalimar (18) Joanna d'Arc Anna Maria (21) Witches healers AnnaMay (51) Modrzejewska, the heroin of heroins, ha. and beside her Sarah Bernhardt. Anna O. Elizabeth I Ann Delaney (44) Joan of Arc Anne (21) Boudicca, Nzinga Anne (21) Hypatia Annelise (40) Elenore Roosevelt Anne Louise Sheldon (34) Susan B. Anthony Annie Women who lived outside of the norms set for women, who stretched themselves beyond societal restrictions Anniel (62) My mother AnonAzure (19) I don't have any. anonim (18) History does not do them justice anon moose (19) Marilyn Monroe Ansley Stevenson (16) Maria Theresa Anthony (24) None. Anthony D C (20) Marylin Monroe Anthony lawhon (27) Those who do what others are afraid to do Anthony Scine-Sceni (42) Queen Catherine of Aragon, Queen Isabella of Castile Antoinette (21) josephine bonaparte antoinette (24) Eleanor Roosevelt; Queen Esther and the Queen of Sheba. Anton (52) Women in general. Antoniette (20) cleopatra Antonina (20) Cleopatra Antonio Lemos (18) Helen Keller Anty not sure Anya (22) I don't know. Rosa Parks? Anya (71) Jean D'Arc, Laura Secord, Agatha Cristie Anzi (27) Angela Davis, Assata Shakur a.o. (40) Joan of Arc Aoife Walsh parish secretaries, My mother, Queen Marie Antoinette, Apollo (58) Jean d' Arc Apos Joan of arc Apply (30) Elizabeth I April (20) Jesus April (21) Elizabeth I AR (20) Anna Yegorova and Margaret Hamilton. Ara (15) Boudicca Aranneaa (19) Jean D'Arc Ardent (30) Coco Chanel A real phony (27) none. I take bits from all heroines Areeba (25) Still Joan of Arc... again with the repetitiveness. My time is valuable. Ari (29) My mother Ariella Bordaine: Female Protagonist (20) Audrey Hepburne Arizona (19) Rosa Parks HANDS DOWN Arnold Murray (42) The Queen of Sheba. AROG Moses, Jesus, Giuseppe Garibaldi, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt, Pope John Paul II Artie (17) Eleanor Roosevelt, Emma Goldman Artie Mondello (18) Madame de Pompadour, Messalina, Hua Mulan, Hypatia, Marie Curie, Margherita Hack. Aruz Elliott (29) The women who have sacrificed in the past to have made it possible for me to feel like a first class citizen in my life. AS (32) Joan of Arc. ascetic monk (51) Cleopatra Asfiya Mariam (21) I don't think I have a favourite, but I love reading about women in medieval Europe. Ash (23) I want to think up someone known for intellect and wisdom rather than beauty. My memory fails me. Ash (28) Jeanne D'Arc, Florence Nightingale Ash Joan of Arc seemed a fine woman from the tales. Ash Bloom (27) Alienor d'Aquitaine asherville (55) Marylin Monroe Ashley (18) Cleopatra Ashley (20) not sure ashley baus (24) Twiggy, Madonna Ashley Brazil (17) Delilah, holly golightly Ashley Mannara (29) Sacagewea Ashley Meller (26) grace kelly ashleytheresa (20) Agora. Ashwin Murali (21) Joan of Arc, Cleopatra Asi (21) Elizabeth I asmitchel (67) writers, poets, artists, philosophers, scientits... ASN (25) Anne Frank Astri (36) Eleanor of Aquitaine Astrid Anyone who was kind. Asuka Suzuki (13) Qurratul ain Athar (25) Marilyn Monroe Athena Lujan (17) ??? Atuona (38) Queen Isabella of Spain Aubrey Files (25) Again, Joan of Arc Aubrey Tate (21) Cleopatra Audrey (17) Mary Magdalene. Audrey Bittencourt (24) Don't exist either. Audrey Mahone (29) heloise augustine (70) Jackie o Auntie Em (35) Miep Gies Auntie Em (27) Empress Wu Zetian Aurora (32) Mom Austin (19) Harriot Tubman Austin Hobbs (16) Cleopatra, Amelia Earhart, Susan B. Anthony, etc. Austin Kimmell (16) lady godiva autumn (17) wouldn't know avecamour Bessie Smith Awalker Scientists Aya Don't have one, maybe the media is to be blamed for me not to be as enlightened about females. ayda (25) Cleopatra ayem (57) The romanticised Ophelia aym (30) Hypatia a young boy (91) cleopatra ayumi (20) Cleopatra and Anne Boleyn, both strong women who went after what they wanted B (31) i don't have one B (21) Those who display a rightous spirit and find their worth and strength. Babette (42) cleopatra Babs cleopatra Baby (32) Joan of Arc Bad Wolff emily pankhurst, anne frank, elizabeth the first baggal21 (28) Marie Antoinette, Cleopatra, Saint Joan of Arc, Bonnie (of Bonnie and Clyde) Bailey (19) Mary of Scots Balaji Harish Iyer (20) I like Margeret Sanger. Bald Sky (38) Cleopatra Bambi (17) Eleanor of Aquitaine barbara (50) Elizabeth I. Barbarita (21) Ruth and Queen Esther Barbielebrun Charley the beach chair (54) Women who won't buy crabs Barbielebrun Garry the ghost crab (54) No favorites Baron Von Nazzenpoppel (46) marie curie basbas (22) Lysistrate Batgirl (23) I don't believe in real life heroines bc (22) I don't believe in real life heroines bc (22) Harriet Tubman was pretty amazing Bea (18) Corrie ten Boom Bea (18) Elizabeth I Bear (49) cleopatra bearoid (30) I don't know that I have one Beatlhoven (47) Marie Curie, Rosa Parks, Jean D'Arc beatricegasti (30) Rosa Parks and the Civil Rights ladies Beatrice Moore (30) Joanne D'arc Beatriz (13) rizal beauty (18) Our early First Ladies. Becca (16) Cleopatra Becca (17) Sylvia Pankhurst, Rosa Parks, Marie Curie Becca (21) Audrey Hepburn, Queen Elizabeth Becca (19) I don't know Becca (20) ? Becca (21) Anyone woman who didn't except the role general society said she should fulfil. BeckBeck (26) still the joan of ark. florence nightingale. becks (24) Amelia Earhart Bee Catherine the Great, Marie Curie beezer (64) Margaret Hamilton, MIT. beezersneezer (46) i don't think i remember any belita (39) anyone who comes out of the toughest of situations even stronger than before and still holding their integrity bella (16) The fighters. Belu (19) Eleanor Roosevelt and Elizabeth I Ben Next. Ben (23) Joan of Arc Benedict (38) Jeanne la pucelle, Chantal Akerman, Hannah Arendt Benjamin Thomas Rabi'a Benjamin Urrutia (61) Queen Elizabeth 1. Benjo (23) Saint Mary Ben Johns (21) Hariette Tubman Bennie (55) don't have one Ben Taylor Anne Frank Berlin (25) Joan of Arc, Catherine the Great, Mother Teresa, Mary Queen of Scots, Helen Keller, Mary Mother of Jesus, Queen Esther and any others who had true courage and conviction Bernard Hartley (18) idk... never thought about it Beth (20) Gloria Steinman or any feminist Bethany (23) Jesus Beth Ellis (15) I do not have any. Beti (24) Cleopatra Betty Usabiaga (37) Julius Augustus, Hannibal, Suleiman The Magnificent, Justinian and Theodora, Nobunaga. Beu Mihac (15) Mirabai, Rosa Parks Bhakti Brophy (45) Jhansi Lakshmi Bai Bhargava (25) Women. bhbhbh Elizabeth bhl None Bhole Helen Keller Bianca (18) joan bif n/a big dick (69) Angela Glossow-lead singer of arch enemy big guy (16) Elizabeth I, Eleanor Roosevelt Bijan (27) PRINCESS DIANA BILLY (38) Those of grace, beauty, sophistication, sensuality, compassion and tenderness BillyBobABC123zzz joan of arc billy boy watson (3) THE RANI OF JHANSI BIPS (46) marie antoinette shares my love for cake (although i guess there is no proof she really said "let them eat cake" but that's ok) bismuth Queen Victoria, BJ (56) none blabla (37) Tetcher Blackie (20) Catherine the Great, Barbara Jordan Blademan (60) Judith Butler, Dolly Parton. Blaine (21) The ones no one recognizes Blair C. (29) Joan of Arc Blake (17) Kate Blake (24) I don't have Blanca Parra (66) Not sure of one. blip52 (27) Joan of Arc blodot johnny (41) Elizabeth I. BlondShamrock (16) None, at the moment Blood (15) Marie Antoinette Bluebird (27) Margaret Bourke-White BlueOrchid (39) You can't be serious. Most of them were the wives of the above mentioned quotes Bluto (29) None BM (20) joan of arc bmo Hmmm... never thought about it. Eleanor Roosevelt? Bob (22) Wait - is this an Orientalist thing? The masculine West's victories are contemporary, the feminine East's are ancient and/or timeless? bob (38) None Bob (32) Eleanor Roosevelt, Maria Theresa of Austria Boba (22) rosa parks bobblins Boudicca Bobby (22) Boudica Bobby (40) I don't really have any. Bobby (21) Cleopatra bobby BLAH bobby (33) clara barton Bobia (25) Susan Anthony boku_wa_kami (25) those who made a difference with style Bonnie (15) Women who insisted upon education, and a life undependent upon men bookloverva (58) I can't think of one. Boris (16) Audrey Hepburn Brad (17) Cleopatra; Julius Caesar; there is something about being a ruler that I respect Brad Connors mother teresa brad w (35) Harriet Tubman Brady (31) Rosa Luxemburg. bram-stienkt-vermeire-ja! (18) Elizabeth I (of England), Elizabeth I (of Russia), Catherine the Great, Big Head Yang, legendary Chinese pirate who controlled the rivers of Nanjing during the 19th century Brandon Nobles (31) I can't think of any Bree (23) Anne Boleyn Bree Ogden Elizabeth Bennet Brena (19) As above Brendan (24) nope brent (33) Harriet Tubman, she helped people escape the south, where there is no good cheese Brett Ferguson (42) Hester Pryne Bri (28) Homie Gs that fought for women's rights bri (17) Any woman who wasn't weak Brian (22) Jane Austen, Alice Vachss Brian (37) Elizabeth I Brian A. Henegar (26) Twiggy. BriannaBabyFYS13 No idea BriannaFYS13 (18) none brian S (58) Joan d'Arc Brick (21) Joan of Arc Brinley (15) Boudicca Bri Toro Cleopatra, Catherine the Great, Simone de Beauvoir, Frida Kahlo, Katherine Dunham, Margaret Sanger, Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham Britta Bandit (30) I don't know. Brittney Miller (20) Mother Teresa brns queen of sheba mary magdelin mother mary broad (45) joan of arc Brock Schwarzkopf (29) Mother Theresa, Anne Frank, Margaret Thatcher Bron Blackwell (37) Queen Elizabeth Brooke Any female who has stood up for herself Brutus (20) Anne Boleyn Bryn (23) All of the saints and sinners Brynlea (17) Princess Diana Brynn (39) Sarah Pritchard Brynn (18) Grandma Bubbles (52) Eleanor of Aquitaine bubby (43) none buckyballs (35) Anne Frank Buddy (34) elizabeth fry and rosa parks bug joan of arc Bugsy Coco Chanel, Katharine Hepburn Bulldozer (50) Harriet Beecher Stowe, Gilda Radner bunny Nellie Bly Burella (61) Elizabeth I Burke (47) No one Burnable_Material_Here (18) All persons who fought to free themselves, despite the obstacles BusyMinds HELEN KELLER,MADAME CURRIE,FEMALE HEADS OF STATE BUTTERFLY (41) Rosa Luxembourg butunn (19) Milena Jesenska Byriver Bloke (24) Queen of Sheba, Tawahul Karman, Golda Meir BZ heraclitus c (21) none C (14) cleopatra cacharel (37) Abigail Adams Caidy (54) Cleopatra, Sacajawea, Rosa Parks Cailey Queen Elizabeth of England Caio (18) Emmy Noether Caitlin (19) Artemisia Gentileschi, all those other ones. Caitlin (21) Mary Magdalen cakes (41) J.K Rowling Cal (20) the bolivian women that had to fight instead of their husbands (they were somewhere ese) during the revolutionnay war...they all died. Cami (14) Anne Sexton; Virginia Woolf; Sylvia Plath... Yes, suicides: spoke so much of vulnerability and the courage it takes to live... Camille (52) Ella Fitzgerald, Elenor Roosevelt, Joan of Arc. Candice (23) Cleopatra, Anne Boleyn, Eleanor of Aquitaine Candy ---- Captain Crunch Saartjie Baartman and every other black woman carlajwms (49) Bonnie Parker and Calamity Jane Carla Tate (19) Deborah Carlie (24) Mary Queen of Scots Carlisle Virginia Woolfe. Carlo (26) Cleopatra, Nefertiti, Eva Peron, Matahari Carlos A. (24) Agreed, Cleopatra was tha bomb. Carly (19) I don't know my history well enough Carly C (27) helen keller, the suffragettes, Carol (60) musicians carolina (23) Harriet Tubman, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sojourner Truth Caroline (38) Mary Magdalene Caroline (25) Marie Curie, Rosa Parks, Caroline (33) Eleanor Roosevelt Carol Lacoss (62) Joan of Arc, St. Agatha. Carolyn (18) Boudica Carrie Sacajawea Carrie (44) Cleopatra cartike St. Catherine of Sienna Cas (25) Ruth Casey (36) Oprah Cass (20) Helen of Troy. Maybe Hero. H. Cassie (16) The only heroine I trust is Juline. Cast (17) Cleopatra, Marie Curie, Queen Victoria I., Marie Antoinette Cat (24) n/a Cat (26) Joan Cat Boadicea cat (20) nobody Catalina (44) Gloria Steinham, Roslind Franklin Cate (23) Joan of arc Cate (33) Marie Curie Catelline (26) Joan of Arc Catherine Charlotte Corday. Catherine Jean Joan of Arc Catherine Mitchell None Cathlow Harmon (50) Joan of Arc and Florence Nightingale Catlin Benjamin Salem Witches Cat Podd (37) Caterina Sforza, Lucrezia Borgia. Catrina (15) Rosa Parks Cattie Chong (26) YAVUZ SULTAN SELİM CAVCAV (26) Mustafa Kemal Atatürk Cavit Anıl Buram (28) Every great man's wife CC (18) Jesus CC (22) Elizabeth I ccchnl Jean d'Arc, Lucretia Borgia cdl (35) Marie Antoinette Cee Cee (17) Maybe. Celia (15) Joan d'arc, Jesus cenire (25) Anne Frank,Rosa Parks,Ruby Bridges. cerisetea (34) Joan of Arc Cestmoi Cleopatra, Marie Antoinette C face. (22) Queen Victoria cfm (37) Elizabeth Taylor Cfreedman (38) Marie Curie ch Oprah Chancelor C.J. King (19) Boudica, Neffertiti, Harriet Tubman, Susan B. Anthony, First Lady Jackie Kennedy Chandra Alexander (24) Hillary Clinton Channon (45) Marilyn Monroe Channy (19) Catherine the Great Chari (21) None Charlene (17) Anne Frank Charlene (18) Hypatia librarian of Alexandria, Madame Curie, Elizabeth I of England, Rosa Parks. Charles L Davis Jr (51) joan of arc charlotte (29) Every First Lady who stood by her man no matter what Charlotte (18) Joan of Arc, Marie Curie, Elizabeth Van Lew, Rosa Parks Charlotte H. (23) All warrior women, and those who lived/loved fearlessly Charly Mariaan (49) Rizal's mother Chary Silva (22) i have yet to discover one chay (40) Esther from the Bible, Cleopatra, Nefertiti Cheche (40) The women of the heroic men of history cheeky (26) Indira Gandhi Cheemargh (36) mother teresa chele cleopatra chelle (47) St Margaret. Chelsea (21) I don't have one. Chelsea (23) Marilyn Monroe. If you knew her story, she would definitely be the underdog heroine. Chelsea Smith (24) Harriet Tubman, Susan B. Anthony, Rosa Parks, Chelsea Whiting (26) Ruth Cheri D. I already answered this Cherie (40) My mom, Oprah Cherish Robinson (21) The sufferagettes Cherlyn (40) The first lady to bat her eyes and smile coyly looking innocent and charming Cherub (30) Joan of Arc Cheryl Barnette (59) Rosa Parks, Hatshepsut, Queen Victoria, Boudica, Madame de Pompadour Cheshire (22) feminists, trailblazers and women who fought the odds Chickpea (31) Joan of Arc Chico (46) Boudica ChiefJ42 (44) eleanor roosevelt chiklitz76 (39) Joan of Arc Chili (17) John or Arch, Indira Ghandi, Butto Chinita (34) dont have that much knowledge chinnu (20) Meera Chinnu (38) Calamity Jane Chip Griphix (35) Wut? Chiu Jing Hua (17) venus chloe (21) Women willing to try again Chocolate Bunny (32) Eleanore Roosevelt Choraven (32) Joan of Arc. Chris (16) Joan of Arc Chris Rosa Parks. Chris (19) Joan of Arc, Catherine of Aragon, Elizabeth I Chris S. Artemis Christa (27) Joan of arc, queen elizabeth Christabelle (29) Maria Montessori, Marie Curie, Jane Batten, Amelia Earhart and William Herschel's sister Christian (44) The beautiful Helena Christian Boyanov (24) Ann Frank Christian Soldier (33) MArie Antoinette. Christina Kronberg (23) Catherine the Great Christina Tounzen Princess Diana because she was a regular person who became princess, and she treated people with dignity. Christina X. (37) george washington christine (18) St. Lucy Christobel (17) Eleanor Roosevelt Christobel in College (18) Joan of Arc Christopher (24) Same. Christopher Blaum (37) Sally Ride Christopher Boone The strong women who raised and supported the men among men Christopher James Stagg (16) I'm a big fan of Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth Christopher M. (31) Like I said before not thought about it in a long time. Christopher Mitchell (17) Oprah Christopher Ross (23) Joan of Ark, a bit crazy but she went at it with passion christy (44) Michelle Obama Christy Turner (50) Atila Chuck (43) Joanne d'Arc, Maria, Amelia Earhart, Anne Frank Chunky Lover No one Ciara (24) Boudicca Ciara (22) I haven't got a favorite, for I don't know enough history. Ciera (16) Mansa Musa I Cilie (50) don't feel like answering this again. Cindy Annie Sullivan cindy (50) Zeus Cindy (24) Not sure... Cindy (22) Maya Angelou, Victoria Woodhull Cindy (50) Joan of Arc, Mary Magdalen, the women who stood by their families in the worst of times CindyLu (58) Cleopatra, Anne Frank, Margret Thatcher, Anne Boelyn, Both Queens Elizabeth Cissa Fireheart (32) Rosa Parks cizz cleopatra CJN (21) Elizabeth I. A ginger and a woman... she had a lot to overcome Claire I wish I knew enough history to provide a name. Claire (32) Elizabeth Bennet, because she was light and she knew what she wanted. Claire Bartholomew (16) Florence Nightingale, though she must have been dreadful to live with. ClaireW (65) Susan B. Anthony Clancy Eliabeth I Clara (20) Esther Clara Cleopatra Clarissa (18) All the ones who refused to believe they couldn't do something because they were a woman Clark Langridge (32) Joan of Arc Claudia (36) Clay Douglass: Lady Marian Clay Douglass (34) ? clazza mgee Naoko Takeuchi Clelia Beatriz Valdez (22) Women warriors. clockwork (34) Elizabeth 1 cm (57) Hypatia cobweb (24) Boadicea CockneyKnight (48) Marijas Gimbutas, Frida Kahlo, Colette, Vandana Shiva, Christine De Pizan Coco (31) Cleopatra, Josephine, Jezebel Coco (19) Now I want to say Cleopatra! CocoPuff2016 (44) Marie Curie, Molly Pitcher codered (18) nefertt Cody (25) Boudica Cody Gould (17) Elizabeth the first, Boedica Col (41) Queen Victoria Colin (39) Helen of Troy and Edie Sedgwick. Colin (22) Catherine the Great of Russia Colorful (28) The lady who decided to give me away to my dad, her decision was the best thing to happen to me. Colton (27) Dont have any comnomnomor (15) Queen Victoria Connie egar allen poe Connor Ruth, of Moab. Connor Mata Hari constanceeee (19) Cleopatra Constantin (32) I wish I knew more about history. Consuela muktai mai Cookie Queen Elizabeth cookie (51) none come to mind Cora (26) Amelia Airhardt Core (25) I'm not sure. Corey none corinne Jade Edwards Cory (22) Any that fight for equality cr I don't really have any heroines. I think hero is the wrong word. Craig Suga Biles (22) As above Crimson (60) Juana de Arco cris Hellen of troy Cristi Joan d'Arc, Elizabeth I, Marie Antoinette. Crystal (17) Redundant again.. Crystal (32) don't know Crystal (22) NONE Crystal (34) Amelia Earheart csheehan (17) Ghandi, cuchi (40) Harriet Beecher-Stowe cucu (26) Madame Curie, Jacqueline Dupree, Maria Callas, Mother Theresa cvelez (64) psalms 31 wife cweekly Rosa Parks d0701 (29) Cleopatra D Phyllis Wheatley & Zora Neale Hurston Dachary (23) Those men and women who died in the pursuit of the betterment of their brothers and sisters. DAD I thought I was not suppose to talk about this one. Why do you keep bringing this up? Dad (42) Cleopatra Daffy Sue Esposito (60) Cleopatra Daisy (27) Frida Kahlo Daisy (17) Cleopatra Daisy Mary, of Nazerine Dakota Swaveman (18) Queen Elizabetth I Damien TC (36) Emma Goldman Dan (29) no one springs to mind Dan um fufu Dan (20) Abigail Adams Dan (39) Spartacus dan n/a Dan (51) The people Danae (17) Joan of Arc Danger (16) elizabeth I, sylvia plath Dani (19) Marie Antoinette and Amelia Earheart Daniel (16) Cleopatra Daniel Below Cleopatra and Joan of Arc Daniella (27) The female writers who were obligated to have male pen names. Danielle (15) Neferititi. Hypatia. Harriet Tubman. Danielle (35) abigail adams DanielleKeith (19) Margaret Thatcher. Daniel Molina (20) Those lesser know women, elders, ones who were known for their wisdom and kindness - Mother Theresa was great Daniel Stephens (Character Sketch) (22) rosa parks daniiii (18) Favorite heroines again? Wait, you know who else is worthy of admiration? Persephone. That girl agreed to move to hell for love. Maybe not smart but worthy of mentioning. DaniStory (29) Rahab Danny (25) Empress Wu Daph (45) rosy the riveter Darcy (20) cleopatra dario (21) I always admired the tenacity of Shirley Chisholm. Darnell The women of the womes liberation movement. DashEloise (32) Florence Nightingale, Amy Johnson, Marie Curie Dave Cresswell (46) None DaveG (39) Marie Curie Dave Whitaker (40) Elizabeth I Davey (18) Boudica DaveyD (24) Margret Thatcher David (19) Alice Stateman and Rosa Parks. David (10) tough David (63) Queen Amina David (24) Marie Curie David (51) eva duarte david baiguera (35) Marie Curie the double Nobel prize winner, and Rosa Parks who refused to give up her seat on a bus David E.J.A Bennett (29) Elisabeth I David K (46) Joan of Arc, Frida Kahlo, Marilyn Monroe. David ROWE (42) Sor Juana David Sergio Cisneros Ardura (46) Joan D'Arc David Timme (19) Joan of Arc Davie (16) Joan of arc, mother re Theresa Dawn Robinette (51) Nefertiti. She was a strong gracious woman. Daxion Mr. Dax Johnson (29) rosa parks Daydreamer (18) Mother Teresa Daydreamer (63) Mother Teresa Daydreamer (63) Lisa Gherardini dbrown (24) Betty Friedan dcsnowbunny (25) important matriarchs who had many children Dd (43) Rosa Luxemburg. DDG9000 (25) Cleopatra, Ekaterina the Great Dea (40) I answered this already. D. E. Alvis (58) Joan of Arc, Anne Frank Dean (17) Rosa Parks, and Susan B Anthony DeAndre Beck (20) I do not have one DeAnna Alexander (35) Susan B. Anthony Deb (37) Cleopatra Debby Creech-West (43) Any woman who did the right thing in trying to save others from persecution or harm Deborah S. Wilson (56) Amelia Earhart Debster (48) Anne Frank Declan Cohen (35) Rosa Parks De-De (36) Queen Elizabeth Dee (24) Eleanor Roosevelt Dee (19) mata hari DefMelon Cleopatra Delia Webster (80) - delice_ok (21) Don't have a favorite Denine (24) none Denise 1 Joan of arc, Mary, the mother of Jesus, Ruth, Dennis (61) Cleopatra, Eleanor Roosevelt Dennis Theodore (37) None. denny (23) Queen Elizabeth Denny Marie Curie Densio (25) Annie Oakley Derek Ambrose (22) Hypatia devanand none. Devon (18) All women who have made a mark in history. Devon Lisenby (20) Emmeline Pankhurst Dev Tucker (17) all powerful strong women Devu (22) my momms Dezirae18 Anyone that is resilient DH (39) Queens and Warriors Diana (20) ...I don't have. Diana (15) The pioneer women Diana Joan of Arc, Queen Elizabeth Diana Thomas - English Thursday 6pm (38) emma goldman Diarre Ibrahim (22) Princess Diana dida (14) Lady Di. Because she showed the contradictions of a real person. Diego Miguel Danura Puyó (30) Jackie Kennedy, Audrey Hepburn, Zelda Fitzgerald Dietgingerale Indira Gandhi, Joan of Arc, Marie Curie Dilip C Louis (32) Marie Curie, Catherine The Great. Dimitar Atanasov (25) Melchora Aquino Dindin (20) None Dino (18) The women who shaped things without being on the front line. dionysis_dt (24) Joan of Arc Dirk Radman (35) The nameless people who sacrificed for what's right. Dixon Wragg none Dj Heroines are for disappointmen dlew919 (40) Any women that managed to make the history books despite the odds dmca (38) behazir bhutto Doc55 (55) jeanne d'arc Dolna (39) Diotima Dolores Nabokov (26) ssssssssss Dom Queen Elizabeth Dominick (23) Elizabeth I of England, Harriet Tubman Dominick Miller (19) Mary Wollstonecraft, Simone de Beauvoir Dominick Miller (20) Charlotte Corday, Simone Weil. Dominick Miller (21) I don't know much about history DonAli (33) Constantine donkeys4eva (20) Jackie O donna obrien (54) When was the last time a woman did anything good in history? Doob Doggo (21) a woman who was sexually tortured in japan doodledoo12345 Susan B Anthony, harriet tubman Dori (23) lincoln ben franklin dorothy6@aol.com (50) Madame Curie Dothzilla (33) Rosa Parks Doug (30) Sarah Connor Doug!! Joan of Arc, Doug Lambert (65) Cleopatra Douni Tran dynasty's empress and princesses who married foreigner/outsider to save their nation and family Dracontomelum (30) Anne Bollein Dragana (22) Ugh, history. Dragontongue (22) Jane Austin Dre (17) Michele Obama Dreamboat Annie Jeanne d'Arc DreamBrother (27) Those that live to be very old but never accept the things given them Dreda (23) Hatshepsut, Elizabeth Drella (26) There are none. Dr. Isaac Busafalus (53) catherine the great Dr. J (76) magical women Dru (24) Boudica. Catherine de Medici. Drucar (45) nobody ds (45) Boudicca. D.S.de.P.Ramos Corretta Scott King Dude (49) Martin Luther King Jr., Jimmy Carter, and Abraham Lincoln duke (18) Queen Elizabeth was pretty great. Duncan Passell (17) none dustxii (22) Joan of Ark Dutchess Countess Elizabeth Bathory Dutchess HAHAHAHAHAHA Dvach (18) Catherine the Great and Dolley Madison DWP (18) Joan of Arc D.X (22) Constance Markiewitz Dylan (17) I wasn't a good study Dylan Adams (25) Thatcher E vera rubin e (28) Ada Lovelace. E (20) Angela Davis eagleclaw (35) I don't know. EAR (19) mulan Earth Speck (30) Amelia Earhart, Jackie o, Gloria steinem, malala Eau (45) Mother Teresa Ed (30) cleopatra ed Rosa Parks, Cleopatra, eddiboy Not sure Eddie (12) Cleopatra Eden (19) Sakajawea Edgar Roberts (15) Mary queen of scots Edie (26) Virginia Woolf, the Soong sisters, the Queen of Sheba, Xavier Hollander. Edouard (41) eleanor roosevelt Eduardo (19) madame curie EduGri (53) Susan B. Anthony, Rosa Parks Effie (34) Sabrina Spielrein, Rosa Luxemburg, Lou Andrea Salome efha (23) ? ehk2 (30) Simone de Beauvoir. Eiichi (16) The late king and queen, and my father Eilfa (28) katherine the great, the queen of horse racing . EJ (29) Cleopatra, Joan of Arc, all of the typicals, more or less E.Jay (21) Anais Nin ejb (22) Women of power who used it righteously El (23) Joan of Arc el3vat0r Joan of Arc, Gabriela Silang elay (21) Gabriela Silang, elay (23) Gabriela Silang elay (24) Mary Stuart, Joan of Arc,Marie Curie, eldar (25) Maharishi Eleanor (14) Hypatia, Catherine the Great, Louise Michel, Elena Cornaro Piscopia, Germaine de Stael Electryo (15) Queen Elizabeth. Elena δεν εχω ελενη (33) Those who have overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to live their ideals. Elena Di Cesare anna frank eleni (18) Cleopatra as well. Elexia (19) rosa parks Elexis (18) Mary mother of God Eli (16) Every woman who has rebelled for theirs and others freedom, Emma Goldman etc. Elias (22) Bodicea Eliaz McMillan (33) haha he said cleopatra!!! that was mine above :) eliciabg (23) Cleopatra Elie (16) jeanne d'arc Elin (47) Marie Curie Elisabeth (22) Any woman brave enough to make it Elisabeth Carver Cleopatra Elissa (22) Joan of Arc, and anyone who challenged their traditional submissive role. Elizabeth Queen Victoria Elizabeth (25) Nobody. Elizabeth (15) Any female who beats the odds and surmounts any physical/mental handicap Elizabeth Diane Shaffer (0) Any female who beats the odds and surmounts any physical/mental handicap such as Helen Keller and Frida Kahlo. Elizabeth Diane Shaffer (0) any woman who has been recorded in history. for they must have been remarkable to merit a place in something written entirely by men. ElleKay Eleanor Roosevelt Ellen Too many to choose from, any woman strong enough to be called a heroine, I admire. Ellen B Smiley (29) Lillian Hellman, Abigail Adams, Eleanor Roosevelt Ellen Fitzpatrick (61) I Ellie (25) I have none. Ellie_Estrella (19) Marie cure Rosa Parks Mary seacole and cleopatra Ellie Wilson (15) I don't know that much about history. Elliot Bjork, Theodora, Mary Seacole Elliott (28) Anita Roddick. Elliott Hemp (23) Rosa Parks Ely (23) Billie Holiday Elyse (20) Cleopatra Ema (18) Mother Teresa emdonnelly7 Padre Pio emdonnelly7 Marie Antoinette. Emilee Nightshade (19) Joan of Arc Emilie (23) Mother Theresa Emilina (27) Elisabeth 1 emilio (28) Joan of Arc, Rosa Parks, Sappho Emillia (16) None, really. Emily (19) joan of arc.... Emily (24) Cleopatra, Joan of Arc Emily (22) katharine hepburn Emilyann (22) Jessica Lynch and Susan B. Anthony Emily Carter (37) queen elizabeth II, Dorothy Parker Emily Clark (25) an woman known or unknown who has fought for her beliefs Emma (20) catherine of siena. emma (18) Harriet Tubman Emma (34) not sure emma (20) Joan of Arc Emme (21) Yui Ying Emperor Aisel Fei Shiang (18) Queen Elizabeth, Malala Yousafzai, Joan of Arc Empyrean (17) Nobody encolpio8 (22) Cleopatra Endimion none endor Mother Teresa Engel (48) The one who has made all man demean upon her knees Enis Helena Of Troy Eno A. Agolli (15) Oprah Enrique (21) Joan of Arc. Eric (15) Anne Frank, Amelia Earheart, Sally Ride, Christa McAuliffe, Jane Goodall Eric (37) See above. Eric (19) ? Erica elizabeth I, hipathia Erica (25) marie antoinette Erica` (21) Hatshepsut Erica Johnson (21) Boudica, Elizabeth I Eric C. Wolfe (28) no idea Erich (20) Margaret Thatcher, Coretta Scott-King, Madonna, Anna Wintour. Erich (19) Joan de Arc Erict7 My girlfriend Erik (25) Madonna Erik Isaac (19) Joan of Arc Erik Price (18) Marie Antoinette Erin (27) Joan of Arc Erin (53) Queen elizabeth Erin (30) I don't remember my history lessons one bit. Erin Catherine the Great, Anne of Cleeves Erin (46) Amelia Earhart Erin (31) Elizabeth Escalus (22) Margarete Countess of Tyrol Escapism (19) define heroine? Frida Kahlo, perhaps. Esmé (18) Jeanne d arc Esmee fidelius (54) I have none ESMERELDA (50) n/a esteban (29) Beatrice, Elizabeth I, All the rest Esteban (23) cleopatra estrella blanca unsure Et (32) Harriet Tubman. Et Cetera (22) Queen Christina of Sweden, Princess Elisabeth of Bohemia, Josephine Baker Etha (26) The Sabine Women ethan (20) Boadicea, Cleopatra Ethan Mayatt (25) joan´darc Euzinha_ds (20) Joan of Arc? Eva (23) Boudicca, Helen of Troy Eva (16) fuck bitches evan ass hatch (18) The suffragettes, the women that changed things. Evanna (18) Evita, Joan of Arc Evie (22) perhaps Luisa Cáceres... evilwonders (28) All the forgotten heroes that have been tossed aside by misogyny. evren (16) Any women who could tell her story, despite all the men Ezra (20) Gandhi facio (19) none fallen (24) None Fanourios (40) Bouthayna farfalla (30) Can't think of one. fatgaynig (20) Zeinab Holiness Fatima (19) None Fatima (26) The current Queen Fawna (19) Eleanor Roosevelt, Sacajeweia Fay (22) Joan of Arc feanix (20) Yeah, Cleopatra was cool Ferroever (43) I particulary don't admire any. fersfumero (28) Boudicca, Queen Elizabeth the First FeydRautha (46) sookie stackhouse Feysweetie (43) Mary Todd fhickey (22) Chevalier d'Eon (perhaps, depending on how you look at it), Freya Stark Fields (19) snow white's stepmother - she really knew how to make potions filinia (22) Coco Chanel for authoring her own legend, and Madeleine Vionnet for technical innovation. final fashion (33) Joan Of Arc Finnegan Magondolovich (Long Story...) anyone who brings inequalities to the surface Finokio (38) Mrs Winston Churchill fk2005 (34) I don't really have any. FlameHorse (28) Ugh, okay, okay... let's saaay... Oh yes, I know, the Vestal Virgins. They fascinate me, can't explain why. Flantasy Girl (25) I don't think I have any... flavia (13) elizabeth cady stanton Flo my grandmothers Flora (69) Penelopa. Florin-Alexandru Brănescu (16) The refugees Flower (39) Joan Jett Floyd I don't know FlyinMonki (27) Bodecea ForePlinger Can't think of one off the top of my head ForSavvy jackie Kennedy onansis Francesca (29) none francesca (49) Rosa Parks Francesca my mother and Maria Alice. Francisca Bastos (17) Marie Curie, Francisco Aguirre (23) Eva Perón Francisco Javier Gil Vidal (54) Eleanor of Aquitaine frank (57) Ella Baker Frankie (23) Marie-Antoinette FrankieSmash (49) Joan of Arc Franklin Frank Anglin (32) Nancy Wake Frank Nekrasz (25) Boudicca, Rosa Luxemburg, Emily Davison fred (16) Susan B. Anthony Freda (61) Amelia Earhart Friedrich Mueller (57) Queen Boudicca Fritha Grey N/A fumble (19) elizabeth I of hungary, anne frank, empress josephine, vera brittan, dr. james barry furies (27) Any woman that has led to my being FYS13Alec (18) Cleopatra FYS13Amanda (18) The Joker. FYS13Andrew Cleopatra FYS13Bella My mother and my grandmother. FYS13Michaela (18) Pocahontas FYS13Savannah Henry (18) Ronald Reagan, Alexander Hamilton, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson FYS13Tyler (19) Not sure. FYS14Carrie Elizabeth I FYS14julie Joan of Arce, Ester FYS14Kelle (20) All women who have sat enthroned alone FYS14Serenity (19) Rose Kennedy FYS14Skylar I must agree with Mr. Proust Cleopatra FYS14Taylor Troy FYS breont (19) Joan of Arc. FYSMichael (18) g g cleopatra Gab (19) Marie Curie Gabe (31) Virginia Woolfe Gabi cleopatra Gabriela (18) Virginia Woolf Gabriela Coelho Mesquita Teixeira Borges (26) Joan of Arc. Gabriel Gonzalez (26) Princess Leia Gabriella (17) Frida Kahlo and Gabrielle Eleanor Roosevelt Gail (44) Mother Theresa Gail Flaherty Florence Nightingale; Evelyn Sayre; Ching Shih Gainer (52) do not have any Gait (17) Queen Elizabeth 1st and George Sand Galareh (23) Any women in battle Gamba Ajani Any woman who has stood up for what she believes in. Garrett (19) Davy Crockett Gator Krazy Dave Rosa Parks, Joan of Arc, Harriett Tubman, Nefertiti, and Michelle Obama. Gean Whitehead III (20) cleopatra Gene (51) Me, myself and I Gene (24) - Genevieve (22) Still Elizabeth 1 and also Eleanor of Acquitaine. Genie (65) Indira Ghandi, Florence Nightingale Genie (58) Mary Queen of Scots Geo (20) Angelica Fanshawe Geo (57) he women who have sacrificed in the past to have made it possible for me to feel like a first class citizen in my life George Joan of Arc George Brosnan (16) Clara Barton and Amelia Earhart. George Mile (35) Mary Wollstonecraft, Catherine Macauley, Olympe de Gouges, Marie de Gournay George Owers (21) Theodora, the wife of Ioustinianos Georgia (14) Mother Theresa Georgia (53) Rosa Parks Georgia (16) Alcott, gg All of them because they made it into history despite it being written by men. ghazaleh (27) Marie Antoinette Ghyles (31) Marie Antoinette Ghyles (31) Empress Theodora Palaiologina Gia (21) idk Gianne (21) Joan of Arc Giannico (40) Still Anne Frank. Gina (19) Joan of Arc Ginny (47) Elizabeth I. Gionna (28) The suffragettes Giorgia Those who do their best to live their mundane day-today lives Girl You Too Rude marie antoinette. Giselle (18) Joan of Arc. Gjabrielle Jean D'Arc Glenn Parker (24) Amelia Erheart, Jackie Kennedy Glen Reeves (37) Katherine of Aragon; Harriet Tubman; Michelle Obama Gloria (59) Harriett Tubman Gloria Heatley (58) Few decent people end up marking history. GMcG See above goblin64 (45) Joan of Arc Godfrey (19) joan of arc Golden Boy (20) Unknown mothers of unknown soldiers. Gonzalo dont have one goose (20) Cleoparta, Marilyn Monroe goukrish (19) Roxanna GPB (37) None Grace (30) Cleopatra, Marie Antoinette, Queen Elizabeth I Grace (12) Pam Greer, Patti Smith, Kim Gordon.. Historical heroines to me. Grace (28) Cleopatra Grace A. (15) Dont have any Grace Cooper (20) Hildegard von Bingen, Alexandra David Neel, Machig Labdron gracehoppin (23) Eleanor Roosevelt Gracie (22) My mother greatlove (32) Harriet Tubman Greg (19) Assata Shakur is welcome here Greg (24) dorothy gayle Greg (17) I do not have one Greg Thomas Jefferson Greg (20) Margaret Thatcher Greg (53) Margaret Sanger, Valerie Solanas, Nico Greg Lytle (26) marie curie, rosa luxemburgo gruchi (63) joan of arc gruffmusic (49) ??? Gtergab (50) ... Fine. I'll continue playing. Cleopatra, Eva Peron. Guenther marie antionette guiller van mistoffellees (17) Simone de Beauvoir Gustavo (21) Boadicea gutsyaardvark (19) all the women behind the great men, the true "creatrixes" of the world as we know it Guy Van Driessche (44) Juan Pablo Duarte Hadasa (19) Elizabeth I Hailey (34) Can't think of anyone Hakusha Senbon (24) I'm not sure. Hal (18) ... Haley (19) no body hamideh (26) elizabeth I, Elizabeth fry, Hamlet (30) Cleopatra Hana (14) Helen Keller Hanna (24) Mother Theresa Hannah (15) nefertiti hannah (25) Hard to judge by what I read in books, they can be biased Hannah Ross (20) Eleanor Roosevelt Hannah Suttles Artemesia Gentleshi, Joan of Arc, Harriet Tubman Harold E. Leighton (37) That Borga trick, the pope's daughter. Harold E. Leighton (40) none Harold Oberg Elizabeth I Harriet (23) Don't know their names.. activists and artists, anyway Hassallah (30) Cleopatra Hassan (21) Sacajawea Hayley Why the disnctinction between 'history' and 'real life'? History IS real life, you tit. Hayzeus (23) Joan of Arc, Helen of Troy HCE (15) joan of arc and mary queen of scots HEATHER (37) Jeanne D'Arc HeavyFire (16) diane keaton heider (27) Not sure. Heidi R. Aung San Suu Kyi Helen (32) Helen of Troy Helen (19) Cleopatra Helena (18) Cleopatra, Marie Antoinette Helen Mattison Wyatt (20) joan of arc hellgirl (19) don't know helz bells (41) Condoleeza Rice Henry (46) Joan of Arc Henry_Z (25) cleopatra her (26) The Virgin Mary Herald (71) Mary Mother of Christ herbertofwestlake (43) Joan of Arc, Catherine the Great Hern (39) Jeanne D'Arc Herod (20) royal ladies Hero Solomon (25) jassi ki rani., joan of arc Hetal (22) brigitte bardot H, Han-Jan Joan of Arc, Mother Theresa HHP (41) The early feminists Him (17) Cleopatra, Kahlo, Asiya, Aisha, Khadija, Mariam, Plath, Woolf Hira Yousuf (18) Elinor Roosefelt H. McMillan (33) No tengo. H.Nakashima (21) Cleopatra, Joanne D'Arc, Elizabeth I hobbes (26) Gabriela Silang hodouk (22) Hypatia of Alexandria and her courageous sisters who, through the ages, stood up for their ideas in a male-dominated environment Hoelder1in (51) James Barry. hoffsta elizabeth 1 holden (27) Cleopatra Holley (39) Joan of Arc, Catherine the Great, Elizabeth I. holly (17) None i can think of. Holly (22) Mrs. Roosevelt. She kept her mouth shut when needed, but let it all fly once her hubby was gone. Holly Avery (32) don't have any Holly Pajka (28) 康熙 holyjkms (29) None Hooks Gertrude bell Horace pluck (54) o-prah howard (34) I have no favorite heroines. howard (34) Mastani Hrudaya (24) Queen Elizabeth huck finn (48) Khadija Huda (19) emma goldman huggybear (29) Boadicea Hulot Redux Hatshepsut Humbugger Omlet (20) Rosa Parks Hunter (23) all women who stood against patriarchy Hurricane Katrina (25) Park Keun Hye Hwiseon Lee (24) Pretty sure my favourite females in history aren't considered heroines Hyosun (25) Harriet Tubman, Marie Curie, Camille Claudel Hypnos The Blade (46) Mary HYS (47) Any woman who does a better man's job than a man. I Eleonora d'Arborea. I Elisabeth of Bavaria; Marie Antoinette; Mother Theresa Ian (23) No answer Ian (44) Lady Godiva ianplanet (47) juliet I Beg (54) I know I don't have any of these. Iblis Anak (22) Joan of Arc and Florence Nightingale Icis Penelope i dont know that i know (17) Nellie Bly, Bouddica Igor (29) Josephine Baker, Audrey Hepburn Ika (24) Marie Curie. ile105 (23) Emmeline Pankhurst, Queen Victoria, Marie Curie. ile105 (27) Elenor Roosevelt Illinibeatle (44) Harriet Tubman Imajones Joan of Arc Imee Again, women are not worthy of my notice for their leadership qualities . . . I.M. (Imam Mahdi) (5) I don't have any yet. Indrė (17) Cristiano Ronaldo Inês (20) perhaps none. inez (21) Esther - she saved an entire nation Inkie (60) joan of arc i.p. Sacajawea Ireland Rose (12) Corrie ten Boom, Mary Slessor, Gladys Awlyard Irene (17) Marie Curie Irene (26) la Malinche Iris (18) Gold Star Wives Iris Ramsey (32) --- Isaac (16) joan of arc Isaac (29) Cleopatra Isaac Mata Hari Isabel (19) um Lucy Lawless? Isabella Fairchild-Heart (Protagonist) (26) Czarina Katherina Isabelle (26) Isadora Duncan Isadora Duncan (32) Cardona, my mom Rosa, Maya Angelou Ismael Santos (20) Hildegard von Bingen and Hannie Schaft Isolde (17) Mother Theresa. Iva Agreed. Iva Pasztor (20) Eleanor Roosevelt Ivy (10) Gandi ,Mother teresa, nelson mandela ,angssan sue ji ivy (25) Joan d'arc, Eleanor Roosevelt Izzy (24) the suffragettes? Izzy (17) Susan B Anthony, Sojouner Truth, Harriet Tubman j2a18m (43) porn chicks jabbar (23) Rosa Parks Jacie Lin Joanna D'arc Jack (14) I don't like drugs. Jack (33) Deb Kure Jack (17) none jackie (40) no one Jackie (24) Antonieta de Barros Jackie Cavalcante (40) Audrey Hepburn, coco Chanel Jackie Vega (27) Penelope. Jackson8471 (23) Not got anyone Jack Viper (29) Jane Addams Jaclyn (22) Marie Antoinette JaclynM (19) Mothers Jacob I have none. Jacque (24) Florence Nightingale. Jacqueline (34) Again, Queens Boudica and Hatshepsut. Jacqueline Garrett (38) Angputo A woman who cared for the warriors that had lost limbs to nether rot Jade (17) The original Peter Parker Jade-a-boo (17) Cleopatra Jade Green (30) tharbis, nefertiti and marie antoinette Jadelynn (24) My ultimate lady love is Frida Kahlo. Jae (18) Hannah ( mother of Samuel the prophet) Jafari (33) Alice Paul Jaime (18) Cleopatra Jaime (28) Like Proust said, I'm not sufficiently educated to say Jake (17) Rosa Luxembourg, Susan B. Anthony, etc. Jake (21) My mother. Jakelina Hernandez (22) Kentake, Isis (if she counts). J.A. Lawrence madam curie, joan of Arc, Cleopatra, Mother Theresa James (64) Queen Elizabeth, the Virgin Mother, James (30) Scheherazade James (19) Woman should stay out of history. It is safer that way. James (25) patton James Green (29) - James La Salandra (31) Didn't I answer this? Sandra Day O'Connor would be my number 1. James Oliver North (39) Empress Matilda, Queen Melisande jameson_welsh (22) Emmeline Pankhurst James William Reath (21) Mother Theresa Jamie (25) Abigail Adams, Mary Todd Lincoln, Anne Hutchinson, Harriet Tubman, Sappho, Cleopatra, and Betty Dodson among many, many others. Jamie (22) Queen Elizabeth the first Jan (54) Any woman who ruled over men. Jan (55) Hypathia Jana (22) Hypathia Jana (22) i dont have one . Janae (17) joan of arc jane (41) sylvia plath, marie antoinette jane (20) clearly i ought to pay more attention to women in history jane fakename (25) Your everyday women janice (67) Mary Madeline Janice Marie Oxford (61) Elizabeth !, and any woman who ruled over men against great odds. Jannie56 a martyr Jared (19) None Jarred Poll (26) Susan B. Anthony, Celopatra Jas (20) the many unnamed sikh martyrs of the 1980s and 90s jasleen emma goldman Jason (34) Anne Frank Jason (26) Joan of arc jasonstafford (53) Nova, Orphan, Whisper, Lucky Jax Havak (00) There really aren't many, are there? We've just now given them the chance, really. Jay (26) Dolley Madison Jay Rosa Parks Jay West (27) those that inspire me Jazz dont no jb (13) Rosa Parks J.B. (53) The Suffragettes JB (29) The Irish Monks who kept the classics alive Jb Bradford (44) Harriet Tubman and Hatshepsut JD (21) Billie Holiday jean (22) Anne Frank Jeannine (57) Joan of Arc Jef (19) nanny of the maroons Jeff Cleopatra Eleanor of The Aquitaine Marilyn Monroe JeffGuy (55) Mom, sister Jeffrey A. Olivier (40) Kim Campbell Jeffrey Dean Arthur (51) marie curie Jeff Winger hinemoa jemimah (32) Amelia Earhart Jen (23) ArtToyonAga Jen (25) Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks Jen (35) my grandmother jen (29) Marie Curie, Thatcher Jen Gerlach (39) Leaders Jen Hallidy (42) Elizabeth I, Susan B. Anthony..all women who have made a change Jenn (35) Joan of Arc, Elizabeth I Jenn (39) all the wives who dressed as me so they could fight along side their husbands in the civil war Jennie 1 Jennifer (35) .... Jennifer (40) Ruth, Esther Jennifer C-K (35) Cleopatra & Anne Boleyn Jennifer Lewis (26) Jane Addams, Madonna, Dolly Parton Jenni Webb Reynolds (29) Maeve Gilmore. Jenny (23) Elizabeth I Jenny (28) Don't have one Jenny (18) Marie Antoinette Jenny (38) Joan of Arc Jenny (35) Joan of Arc JennyLynn (23) I don't really remember history Jenny Napier (42) Alexander Jensyn Keanes (19) Have none Jeremy (17) again, medusa Jeremy (29) Eleanor Roosevelt Jeremy Fassler (22) Joan of Arc Jeremy Heintz (39) Cleopatra is intriguing Jess (27) Rosa Parks Jess (18) Queen Victoria, Marie Curie Jessica (18) Maybe those women who lived in the Wild West. Jessica ? Jessica Cristo (Jax): (29) the working mother Jesus0469 (46) Coco Chanel, Colette, Josephine Baker Jet Jackson (92) Corrie Ten Boom, Rahab Jewel (39) Queen Elizabeth, Jackie Kennedy, Ann Frank Jewel (38) elizabeth I jezza (18) my mother jg (36) Refuse to answer this question jg (22) Marie Curie J.H. Frida Kahlo Jian (22) Monica Vitti Jim (20) Jackie O......One tough woman Jim (50) the witches (feel like i answered this one) jimmy (84) Helen Keller JJ (20) Cleopatra for being able to manipulate the 2 most powerful men of her times: Marc Anthony and Julius Cesar J J Ruzo Madam Curie JLo (34) None to name JM (28) Those that face adversity and win Jo (41) Marie Antoinette Jo (16) The suffragettes, Rosa Parks, Elizabeth I Jo (21) suffragettes Jo Dolly Madison, Marie Currie, Rosalind Franklin, Anne Frank Jo (20) Countess Bathory Jo (33) Elizabeth I. Joana (22) Wonder Woman and Superwoman Joan Ellis (28) Cleopatra JOANNA Anne Shirley Jo-Anne Rosalind Franklin, Aletta Jacobs Joanne van der Woude (36) Golda Mier Joe (60) Joan of Arc Joe DeProfio (27) Pamela Anderson Joel (17) Mom Joel Sadler (45) Emily Pankhurst JoeyO (34) none in particular John (28) Joan of Arc John (24) Empress Theodora John (20) Virgin Mary John (23) Jane Austen Johnathan Durand (19) can't rmmber, but if any, not many... Johnny (21) dont have one Johnny (21) Marilyn Monroe Johnny48 (48) Juliet Gordon Lowe JoJo (27) Alexander Jojo (76) Mary Queen of Scots jolie (66) Rosa Parks, Simone de Beauvoir Jollie (21) Mother Theresa Jo Mama (53) Boudicea Jon (48) Celia Mariano jona (19) Cleopatra Jonas (We) tubman jonathan (31) Joan of arc Jonathan Tacuri (21) Madame Therese Defarge jonb (49) Cleopatra Jonida Dervishi (29) Joan of Arc, Isabella of Castille (who I highly respect and dislike), Nefertiti Jon Mosca (31) Elizabeth Dickinson, Patti Smith, Brody Dalle, Elizabeth Bishop, Sylvia Plath Jonny South (18) None. Jordan (19) Virginia Woolf Jordan mae west jordan rutter (18) Joan of arc Jorelle (18) Hypatia Joris Simone De Beauvoir, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Taslima Nasreen, Mary Wollstonecraft joseph (31) Esther Joseph Anthony (37) 沒有 Joseph Cheng (28) Helen of Troy Josephine A (19) Joan of Arc, Corazon Aquino Joseph Khouri Cleopatra, Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I and II Joseph Yvon (63) see above Josh (23) Any woman with enough will power to stand up for herself. Josh (22) Bodica Josh (29) Same as above Joshua (34) Marie Antoinette Joshua (27) Joan D'Arc Joshua Levi (21) Harriet Tubman Joshua Sponaugle (22) Hilary Clinton, Cleopatra, Amelia Earhart Joshua Taft (18) I don't know of any. Josh W. (19) ditto josie (25) joan of arc Josie Dangerfield (29) Elenour Roosevelt Jotthedot (16) Caroline of Ansbach Joxef (35) princess diane joyce (20) Elizabeth I; Abigail Adams; the women of the American frontier joyseternal (22) All the women of fashion jrggzmn (20) those who ruled jrggzmn (20) Those who kicked ass jrggzmn (25) Aung San Suu Kyi Jtan (21) All the women who have fought for equal rights Ju (28) Boudiccia, Cleopatra, Mother Theresa, Juanita Joann Harty Buck (49) Mary Juan Jose Campos (34) Fatemeh, Zeinab, Mary, Jeanne d'Arc Jubin (21) Eva Peron, Maria Theresa of Austria, Margaret Thatcher Judah (30) Mary Kay Ashe Judah (22) 譚雅 jude (25) Really? Jude Kaldi Susan B. Anthony, Eleanor Roosevelt Judith UNSURE Judy Women who break barriers, like women of the American Civil Rights Movement Judyka (64) the madonna, joan of arc, jesus, virginia woolf, sapphos juju Audrey Hepburn jujubee (35) Esther, Joan of Arc Jules (19) Cleopatra Jules (26) Joan of Arc Jules Ruth and Esther Julia (23) Rosa Parks Julian (16) blessed mother julie (79) those mothers who devoted their lives to their children Julie (20) Anne Boelyn Julie (40) In general Saints and Queens Julie (49) Coco Chanel. JESUS CHRIST DON'T ASK ME WHY, JUST LIKE NATACHA RAMBOVA. June (23) Briseis jupiter jones Susan B Anthony, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman Justin (27) Queen Elizabeth I Justin (15) Marlene Dietrich Justin Aylward (22) elizabeth the first justine hope (20) Gabriela Silang Justin G. (15) Those that aspired. Justin Rasile (23) Margaret Sanger JW (27) Boudicca; the hopeless women. J.W. Carey (22) Joan of Arc, Mother Teresa K (21) History has been most unfair to women. All the women, celebrated or unsung, who have struggled against this historical inferiority are my heroines. K. (23) Name any female monarch who fought for the throne against the gender bias in the system and came out tops. I would admire any of them, regardless of what underhand means they used. k cleopatra k-92 (17) The women of the Bible; they take a back seat Kaden Joan of Arc Kafi Cunningham (43) joan of arc kai (15) Anne Boleyn Kainaz (20) Rosa Parks Kait (23) Ruth, Mary, Queen Elizabeth Kaja Ta Hypatia Kajer (19) ALL SRONG, INDEPENDENT WOMEN KAKI (50) cleopatra Kaleena (23) Joan of arc Kally (33) Pocahontas Kamila (18) Joan of Arc, Florence Nightingale KammY margaret thatcher Kandi (26) jane grey kangaroo St. Anne, Susan B Anthony karaeileen (24) Florence Nightingale Karen (27) Pocahontas Karen dont have one Karen (16) susan b anthony Karen June (52) the one who show courage kari bobins (33) Manuela Saenz Karina Marcano (26) St. Hildegard of Bingen, Joan of Arc, Karl (17) women who have made a difference Kasandra sadly I'm not into history (too many "dry" facts) Kasia (30) I prefer not to have heroes Kasper (19) None really come to mind Kassy (17) Strong women Kate (23) Those able to show no mercy when mercy is not due. Kate (21) Cleopatra? Proust answered with this? OMG Cleopatra was a self-obsessed slut. Oh well . . . my answer: Cleopatra! Kate None. Kate (26) Cleopatra,Florence Nightingale, Emily Pankhurst, Helen of Troy, Mo Mowlam, Kate Mac (22) Joan of Arc Kate McJ (31) Morgaine. Katerina (22) Irene Sendler, Queen Elizabeth, The Suffragettes. Kath (48) Marie Stuart, Katharina von Medici, Katharina the Great Katharina (32) Emma Goldman. Katherine (18) Didn't I already answer this? Queen Elizabeth I, Mata Hari, and Boudicia. Katherine (27) I don't have one Katherine Irena Sendler Kathérine (25) Maria Theresia Kathy (18) ? kathy (52) boudicca, st hild Kathy (26) Susan Anthony Kati (15) Hipatia! Kati (19) Calamity Jane, Amelia Earhart Katie (20) killllll me katie (23) Mother Theresa Katie (17) none katie (22) Joan of Arc Katrina (23) Queen Elizabeth 1 and Cleopatra Katrina Thiessen-Beasse (28) Amelia Erhardt Katsika (68) powerful women and women who broke stereotypes katthehurricane I can't remember Katy (16) Don't have any Katy (22) Ada Lovelace Katya Allnutt (27) Joan of Arc, Chrissie Hynde Kavindra (55) cleopatra kavitha (19) Princess Diana kay (22) Anne Frank, Abigail Adams Kaybird (43) Susan B. Anthony and Gloria Steinem Kayla (17) Anne Boleyn Kayla Marie (17) Florence Nightingale, Susan B. Anthony, Eleanor Roosevelt Kaysie67 (49) Joan of Arc, Harriet Tubman, Female British Spies of WWII KB (45) Queen Boudicca K.B. Oliver (30) Mother Teresa kc None K Dilkington (30) Are there any heroines who have been given the opportunity to reach her fullest potential? Kechiro (33) Marie Curie, Elizabeth I Keith (19) Eleanor Roosevelt, Julia Child Kelli (47) Queen Elizabeth kelly (39) Joan D'Arc Kelly (25) Catherine of Aragon Kelly McCauslin Deborah Kelsey (22) (answered above) ken (58) Mother Theresa Ken (63) Amelia Earhart ken dewey (48) None come to mind. Kendyl (20) Marie Curie, Ada Lovelace, Rosalind Franklin, Rosa Parks. Kenkire .. Kenning (28) Margaret Sanger, freedom riders of the 60's civil rights movement kerayne (66) joan of ark Keri Cook (26) My mother... Kessler (35) margareth thatcher Keti (23) Marina Tsvetayeva, Simone Weil Kev (27) Cleopatra, Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria, Clara Barton, Eleanor Roosevelt, Margaret Bourke White Kevbo corazon aquino Kevin (21) Joan of Arc Kevlar none kfcbucket (16) Cleopatra, Hildergard von Bingen, Joan D'Arc, Elizabeth I, Catherine the Great KFerreto (24) Venus kfkfkfk (17) Women who pursued a life of the mind despite pressure to do otherwise. KG (38) Laura Ingersoll Secord KG (26) The women who lived & fought under colonialism Khaddafina (23) Gabriela Silang khaye (26) My Mother Kia (28) Queen Nefertiti Kiana Mercury (23) Alice in Wonderland. Oh, wait, she wasn’t real? *shrugs* The strong powerful women of every nation who came before me. Kiara M. (15) F. Nightengale, Kid Jasper identical KiDoCo Next Kiera Hardy I haven't read enough to decide. Kieran (22) Lady explorers and adventurers Kiki (27) none Kiki (10) The suffragettes Kikka (38) Women who wait for their husbands at war Kiley (20) roksolana killy The wife of Muhammad Kim (17) Elizabeth 1 Kim (37) Marilyn Monroe Kim (47) Razia Sultan (she's come up a lot), Eleanor of Aquitaine, possibly Cleopatra, Zenobia, Boudicca Kimberly (23) Queen Hatshepsut kimberly (21) Cleopatra Kimberly Bailey Amelia Erhardt kimbo (34) joan of arc Kimlmar (52) Elizabeth I Kim Randall Cox (43) sister theresa king (43) Cleopatra kings (36) don't have one King Ubi (35) not sure! Kinmin (24) no one kirk helen keller Kirsten McCracken (20) ameli poulain kirty (21) Gloria Steinem kit kat (22) elenor roosevelt kito (24) Cleopatra too 8-) since always Kitty (21) can't think of one right now. . Kitty (58) angela davis kjelli (59) Mother Teresa KK (32) Cleopatra k-kabob (31) Elizabeth I KKC (26) None Kkkkaty (67) Elizabeth Klavicus (23) Mother Theresa Klox890626 (23) Joan of Arc KLVS (22) Florence Nightingale Kmi suffragettes knapsackstraps (21) any women who lives with dissent against the larger system knowone (29) Mary Ann Evans (George Eliot), Kate Chopin Koinekid (28) Elizabeth I. kokocakemix (24) Queen Elizabeth 1 koshka (50) Mary, Jesus's mother Kourtney Denee (24) Anne Boleyn Kouse (23) Mulan, Joan of Arc, and Cleopatra Kreuzz / krissy (18) Harriet Tubman, Queen Elizabeth I Krista (27) Susan B Anthony Kristaline (24) Anne Boleyn Kristi (35) I guess women of men who died at war. Kristie (22) Queen Victoria, Cleopatra Krum Kirov (16) Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth II, Diana, Princess of Wales Kryshia (53) - Krystaal (40) Virginia Loving Krystal (24) none ks (33) Nefertiti, Coco Chanel, Audrey Hepburn Kt (15) Catherine the Great? KT Early feminist leaders. kt (35) Anne Frank, Joan of Arc Kunal Sen (27) the saints, the Chinese poetesses of the dynastic years, suffragettes kunderakitsch Mother Teresa kuro usagi (18) Catherine the Great. Margaret Thatcher. Kurt Bailey (45) Jeanne d'Arc -- #1 K Yeo (19) None Kyla Stan Tomoe Gozen Kyrie (18) Harriet Tubman Kyrinrin (14) Elizabeth Gurley Flynn L (36) ladies that have secretly run the world while puppeting their husbands lacee (18) as above Lacey McVeigh (46) - Lacharria (18) Queen Hatsheput, Cleopatra, Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, Amelia Earhart LadyDyTheFly Mulan ladyinthewater (24) Cleopatra Lady NCA (29) Mary Ladytoyou (66) rosa parks and lage (27) Ruth Bader Ginsberg, James Miranda Stewart Barry, Jane Adams and Ellen Gates Starr, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, etc LaHaRo (51) Marie Curie, Cleopatra, Margaret Sanger Lainey (38) Joan of Arc Lainie Nefertiti Lana (34) Giovanna D'Aragona, Duchess of Amalfi; Catalina de Erauso, la monja alférez LAND (22) This is getting repetitive... Landon Wright (16) Princess Diana Lanette main character: Counciler Becky Irene Sendl lara67 (49) Woman are pretty much useless and crazy LA Sullivan Jacqueline Kennedy Laura (20) Queen Elizabeth I Laura (24) none laura (23) frida kahlo laura (27) Josephine Baker Laura (28) mystics. Laura (31) ... LauraAl (27) Women who were wrongly imprisoned Laura Panza (38) princess diana laura Ytzia Montoya Capristo It's still Catherine the Great. Laurel (29) queen victoria Lauren (22) Mulan and Amelia Earhart Lauren My Grandmother, Queen Chanda Misra-Clare. Lauren Frost (26) Marie Antoinette Lauren H (27) Joan of Arc, Elizabeth, eleanor of aquitaine Laurie (58) Simone de Beauvoir. Lavache Beadsman (21) None Layla (22) I don't know Layla (13) Cleopatra Layla B. (43) Suffragettes LB Perkins (42) Colette, Alison Bechdal, and Kate Mill. Leah (16) Joan of Ark leah (17) ? Leah (25) Marie Antoinette Leah Florence Nightingale Leanne (28) Joan of Arc LeCorbeauGris (25) Esther lee (30) Joan of Arc Leeham Joan of Arc, Helen of Troy, Elizabeth I. Leena (16) Pocohantas Legacy Lee (31) Mothers. Leigh Lagamayo (27) Mother Teresa Leila Eleanor of Aquintaine Leila (28) those who have fought; mata hari, queen elizabeth Lem (24) Queen Elizabeth I and Princess Diana. L.E.Murphy (17) mother Teresa Len (46) All of the characters that I've read in my life, either fictional or real Lena (21) my mother Lena (60) Mary Seacole because she wanted to help and didn’t let her skin colour stop her doing what she wanted. She worked hard to achieve her goals, even raising the money herself. Leo Eirene, Rachel Carson Leo (15) Mary Seacole Leo Calma (19) Queen Elizabeth I, Rosa Parks LeonidasStokely n Leslie Cleopatra Leslie (43) Lady Jane Lestory (49) There's only one type of heroin I'm interested in Levi Becker (31) Boudicca Levi Walker none Lex She would probably be someone in a romance novel lexi (23) My mother, G'ya Thyr, who helped defend the ridge against the Lorkkens. Lex Ryo (17) sandra day o'connor l.gee (23) suffragettes lglick19 Joan of Ark Lia (23) the sirens LiamP (25) Elizabeth the first Liam Shaughnessy The women who stood against sin. Liam Urien hannah senesh librowicz (28) None. Lightning Stars (22) See heroines in real life lilecare (46) Amelia Earhart Lilian (25) Elizabeth I Liliana Queen Isabella and Queen Victoria. Any strong woman of power. Lillian (25) Elizabeth I, Joan of Arc, Sacagewea Lillian Grace (27) Margaret Thatcher Lily (16) Suffragettes Lily Marie Curie Lily (34) Queen Elizabeth Linda (23) Women are evil, never heroines. Linda (17) Imelda Marcos. 3000 Pairs of shoes! Linda C (41) Queen Elizabeth. Lindsey B. (17) Pocahontas LindseyD (18) I don't do history, so I'll just say whoever's on Rejected Princesses who counts as a heroic figure. Linicake Cleopatra linou70 Those who have overcome the prejudices held against them for their gender Lint (17) Joan of Arc, Clara Barton Lisa (I can't answer this one because I'm not sure what my mom would have said) Lisa (56) None Lishan (20) yet to be discovered LittleT (24) ? lituci (30) Rosa Parks, Cleopatra, Joan of Arc. Liz (28) Catherine of Siena, Catherine the Great, Julian of Norwich Liz (64) Mary, mother of Jesus, Amelia Earhart, Harriet Tubman, Anne Frank, Helen Keller, Rosa Parks, Jackie Kennedy, and Scarlet O'Hara Liz (47) Rosa Parks Liz (25) Jean D'Arc Liz (40) The Suffragettes, the flapper, Gloria Steinem, Amelia Earhart Liza (33) Nancy Cunard, Joan Crawford, Diane Nash, Shulamith Firestone, Queen Anne Lizzie (17) Joan of Arc Lizzie Pickle (27) Hester Stanhope, St. Joan of Arc. L. Kadey (18) Hester Stanhope L. Kadey (19) Cleopatra LLane (23) strong without being in a position of power lmao - lo (19) joan of ark Lo (24) I have yet to find out LodRose (32) Elizabeth I Log Joan of Arc and Emily Dickinson Logan (23) Our army Logan (16) My mother Logan Whitt (15) Amelia Earhart, Florence Nightingale, Marie Curie Lois (22) Aletta Jacobs? ehmmmm... I should have paid more attention in history class Lola Cleopatra, Maria Theresa, Marie Antoinette, Marilyn Monroe Lolita Hazed (18) cleopatra, emily bronte, emily dickinson, sandra day o'connor lollipoppingsu (24) Most recently, Miep Gies comes to mind Lori (37) That chick from Point Break Louf (39) I dont pay attention to history. Loui Edgington (12) Cleopatra Louis (19) Let's leave this blank :] Louisalokyee (15) Joan of Arc. Other than that, inadequate historical education. Louise (17) Lady Jane Grey Loz (17) Hypatia of Alexandria, Joan of Arc, Elizabeth I, Policarpa Salavarrieta, Angela Davis, Hellen Keller, Hannah Arendt,... Lu (32) women who lived and fought for their rights at a time when men were considered superior luadepapel (25) Elanor Roosevelt Luc (27) I don't have any historical heroines. Lucho (32) Joan of Arc; she fought for her belief Lucy (34) Those women who never gave up, never gave in. Lucy Winnie Mandela Luigi (38) Jane Austen Luísa (21) Woman who were ahead of their time. Luísa (22) Mother Teresa, Audrey Hepburn Luisa (18) none LuisEfe (55) Mary sister of Martha Luke Anthony (19) Joan of Arc, Elizabeth of Russia lukemarco (18) Women who have stood up to male dominance and fought for equality for all. Luke N 14 (35) Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth Lulu Rosa Parks, Hellen Keller, Anne Frank Luna (16) i don't know lunar (18) Mother Teresa, Rosa Parks, Margaret Thatcher. LVG Emelia Hart, Women of courage and passion Lydia (50) none lydia Yvonne De Carlo, Cher, JK Rowling, and Katey Sagal. Lydia (18) All the women that changed things for the better Lyla (30) na lyman (35) Mothers the world over, who gave their love unconditionally for centuries Lyn (22) Mothers the world over, who gave their love unconditionally for centuries Lyn (22) Clara Barton, Princess Diana, Joan of Arc Lyn cleopatra lynac (31) Felicia Rashaad Lyndsay D. (22) Sappho. Lyndsey (19) same goes for heroines Lynk (15) The suffragettes Lynn Renee (41) Joan of Arc Lynn Thair (49) Aphrodite Lyss (19) Cleopatra M none M (29) Brittania M (36) Sor Juana M (19) writers like Laura Ingalls wilder MA (61) Joan of Arc Mach (44) Cleopatra, Nefertiti, Amelia Earhardt Machiavelli_Mx (38) i wasn't sure but i looked at other people's answers and one list included ronald reagan and now i just can't stop chuckling to myself macon (22) eleanor roosevelt, macskawoman (44) Helen Keller, Anne Frank, Macy (15) boudicca Madeline (19) None Madhusudhan (63) Elizabeth I, Cleopatra Madison Twist (25) Elizabeth I. MaeveOne (27) Eleanor Roosevelt Mageetu (72) Jacquotte Delahaye Magellan (44) Women who carved their own path and changed the world for future generations of women Maggie (24) Inanna, if she has lived. Maggie (23) don't know Maggie (49) cleopatra maggy may Eris Mahalo (/) Esther mahtiel (21) Martha Washington Mairi (37) Amelia Earhart, Rosa Parks, Malala Maite (26) cleopatra maitresseb (43) The ones who actually deserve to be called what they really are Mak (16) Marguerite de Valois maksimuchka (38) The Warrior Mermaid. Malcolm (26) Mothers who truly gave everything to her child Malibu (31) joan of arc Mallory (21) the suffragettes Mallory Corrus (20) Sophie Germain...she was epic when it came to mathematics. Maltet Elizabeth I Mandar (27) Repeat Question Cleopatra, Anais Nin, Margaret Sanger, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, EVERY WOMAN EVER (except Ayn Rand). Mandella Kitten (36) Cleopatra - she was a ruler and captivated two nations mandi (28) Andromache mandi2kay (31) That brazilean president. mangarmunko (21) None. Manu (22) Saint Ann de Beaupre; Mother Theresa Mara (58) Cleopatra, still. Always. She never disappeared into oblivion. Mara (17) Queen Elizabeth, Joan of Arc MaraMichelle Queen Elisabeth I Marana (56) Sister Rosetta Tharpe Marcel (19) Frida Kahlo marcel254 (25) Cleopatra, Joana D'arc. Marcelo Ricarte. (16) hmm, if i had to pick one i would have to pick queen gorgo, and not because of literature but from what ive seen in the movie, that is my kind of woman Marcel Rodriguez Queen Elizabeth Marclaudi (46) Mother theresa Marc_Meyer Eh... Marie Curie, I guess marcoapk (19) Queen Elizabeth I Margaret (19) Lady Godiva Margaret Cook (57) hmmmm, there are many, i'll try to limit the answer to, Curie, Nefertiti, Mother Teresa.. Emily Carr, Malala.. Margarida (aka:Guida Costa,Guida Almeida ( ) Women Margie (44) marie antionette margo (22) Coco Chanel and Eleanor Roosevelt Margot Hypatia Margot (21) Virgin Mary Mari (30) Joan Arc, Ann Frank, Mother Theresa Maria (45) i don't know Maria Hariet Tubam Maria (18) Cleopatra Maria Contreras (19) I don't think I have one Mariam (20) joan of arc, princess diana Mariana (16) Malala Yousefai, Amanda Palmer and Jane Austen. Mariana (22) Matahari Maria Rowena Rillen Those that rose above their time and people while holding true to the core of who they were. Marie (19) Hatchepsut Marie (21) Mothers Marie Churchill Marie Madeleine (51) rosalia de castro marina (50) All women that have led a true life. marina (27) Empress of Auntria Marina (20) Phèdre Marion (27) joan of arc mario ponce (38) Women who fought for the world Marios Gregoriou (21) Victoria? I don't think I really admire any, but she'd be right up there I guess Mark (16) Thatcher Mark (19) Have you heard of Henrietta Lacks. It's crazy what we do to people, man, but you owe her. Mark I haven't had to think about that before. Mark (55) ? Mark Angus Wilson (28) Helen of Troy, Anne Frank, and Mother Teresa Mark D Anderson (23) Having only read the excuses of their executioners, I'd prefer not say. That's how history goes... markeff (38) Florence Nightingale Mark J (44) All women Marko (28) abc Mark Sterling (32) none markus_naz (39) mother teresa Marney (40) Elizabeth Bennet in pride and prejudice Maroua (17) Hildegard of Bingen, Chien-Shiung Wu Marshall Wang (24) juana azurduy marti (25) Florence Nightingale, My grandmother. Martin (29) I will have to say Cleopatra Martina Common Les Parisiennes Marty (18) Catherine the Great Martyshka (31) Wittgenstein's mother. Maruku (18) I don't have any. Marvin Willams (30) Catherine the Great. Mary (22) Sappho, Anais Nin. Mary (56) most women Mary Ann (62) Hannah Hoch MaryAnn (47) Joan d'Arc Mary Ellen Collins-Davis (59) Joan d'Arc Mary Ellen Collins-Davis (59) amelia earheart Maryn (15) Catherine the Great, Cleopatra (as Proust answered and thus inspired me to think of her as a heroine) Masha Shannon (26) I do not have one MasonFYS13 (18) Above all: Marie Curie, Harriet Tubman. Also, Sappho, Eleanor Roosevelt, Katharine Hepburn, Barbra Streisand. Mason Walker (21) Cleopatra Mat (15) Cleopatra Mat (26) Thatcher, and my Mother mate Alan Watts Mateus Melo Joan of Arc, Mary Queen of Scots Mathew Gallant (22) Anna Frank Mathilda (15) Anne Frank, perpetually so. Could only ever say the most loveliest of things about her. Matisse (15) My mom and grandmas, Marget thatcher Matrix (23) not sure Matsuda (14) i can't think of one matt (17) Rachel Carson, Ayn Rand, Marija Gimbutas, Boudicca Matt (30) The Virgin Mary Matt (20) Joan of Ark Matt (25) Again, I don't practice hero worship. Matt DeCostanza (17) Helen Keller Matthew Charles Barrie (27) Jadwiga of Poland Matthew Gordon (28) Joan of Arc Matthew Ray (18) Didn't we have this question? Matthew Young (18) Those who are not written in books. Maundaux (23) Eleanor of Aquitane, anne of Cleves mauserman (42) Joan of Arc Max (24) rosa parks maxie (20) Lady Godiva Maxwell Pierson (23) Elissar Maysoun (27) Mary MB (41) Every feminist mcfm0626 (26) Catherine the Great, Jeanne d'arc MCI (22) amelia earhart mcseadogs (34) Ghandi Me (40) none me (32) Indira Gandhi ME (25) Harriet Tubman Me (57) Same Meaghan Elizabeth the 1st Medusa59 (56) none. Meebo Cleopatra Meg (16) apathy meg (22) lady macbeth Meg (19) Mary Magdalene Meg (31) Rosa Parks. Mother Teresa. Meg (22) Rosa Parks Megan (25) n/a. Megan (20) Margaret Sanger Megan (32) Rosa Luxemburg Megan (18) Simone de Beauvoir Megan (23) rosa luxemburg megan (18) all of them Meghan (16) Elizabeth 1 Megil (51) మాతా హరి Meher (32) Queen Mary Mel (20) Simone de Beauvoir, Melina Mercouri mel (32) Queen Elizabeth Mel (44) Queen Elizabeth I Melanie (31) Virginia Woolfe Melanie (33) I respect war nurses. Melanie (33) Cleopatra, Tzu Hsi, Queen Elizabeth (not the current one) MelBisMe (34) Magaret Thatcher and Oprah. Melinda (18) Lizzie Borden, Bonnie Parker Melinda McGinley (30) Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, the Suffragettes, women fighting for freedom, for equanimity, for justice M.Elisabeth Howell (52) godesses melissa (17) slaves melissa (44) Joan of Arc Melissa (40) Noah Melissa Diane Hudson Elizabeth III Melissa Farr (25) Cleopatra Melissa Farr (29) Catherine the Great, Elizabeth I, Georgia O'Keefe, Grandma Jones, Sojourner Truth, Gertrude Stein Melissa P (63) boudicca grainne o'malley Melly the girls who became famous musicians and were strong even in the spotlight Melody (22) I don't know any of them well enough to say. Mel Sundquist (20) Cleopatra meltemis I hate history. Melvia (28) margaret hamilton Memelord (15) Don't have one Memyselfandi those who spoke their mind Menjou (21) rani laksmi bhai menon (33) female soldiers mercedes (27) I really don't know Meredith Catherine the Great Meredith (23) Aphra Behn Merit (56) Aphra Behn Merit (56) Aphra Behn Merit (56) Aphra Behn Merit (56) Aphra Behn Merit (56) Aphra Behn Merit (56) Aphra Behn Merit (56) Mary merlinharp (57) I believe I've covered this already. Metztli (23) Queen Elizabeth MFSmith (16) Hipatia, Rosa Parks, and countless women like them Mia (27) Catherine the Great micci (64) Why MUST there be a separation between heros and heroines? See above for the same answer. Michael (40) Boudicca, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Seacole Michael (46) Madame Curie Michael alma mahler michael moses Michael (43) Joan of arc michael (24) Kesey Michael (21) Joan D'Arc, Madame Currie Michael (52) Lilith Michael (53) I do not have one. Michaela (20) Mother Theresa, Boudica Michaela Tee (15) Harriet Tubman Michael Kendall (16) Curie. Michael Thornberry Frida Michelle (30) The Biblical figures I mentioned above (Ruth, Esther, et cetera), Joan of Arc, Saint Thérèse de Lisieux, and many, many more people come to mind. Michelle (24) Those who did great deeds without expecting fame or glory or a well-known name in return. Michelle Jeong (20) Cleopatra Michelle Sandino (15) Marie Curie, and other scientist women, because history is so twisted by this point that I can't really say if I'd support anyone political or not. michou (19) Mary Wollstonecraft Mick (28) Sylvia likens Mickste Cleopatra, Emily Bronte Mignonne (53) Catherine the Great mihaela (26) Cleopatra mihaelaian (42) Joan d Ark Mika Sarah Palin - Is that the correct spelling? Mike (33) My gf Mike (14) - Mike (32) Joan of Arc, Indira Gandhi Mike (53) Joan of Ark Mike (58) Irena Sendler Mike (29) all the Mothers mike_freedom9531 (30) Graceful travelers: Sacagawea, Amelia Earhart Mike G. (25) Liberace mikemc1156 Hypatia Mike Sadler (53) Those without tragedy Milfred (35) my grandma Mili (20) Joan of Ark, Marie Curie Milly (23) Any woman who has worked to fight discrimination particularly against sexism Milly (16) Elizabeth 1, Florence Nightingale, women who held the home together millymay (84) Queen Victoria Mimi (53) Elizabeth I Mimi (31) Anne Frank Mimi (24) ipazia mimì (48) Mary Magdalene, Amelia Earhart, Harriet Tubman Mimi (57) Queen Elizabeth I Mimikeekee (23) Joan of Arc Mina (15) Joan of arc Mind (17) Susan B. Anthony. Minerva Black (30) rani durgawati, rani laksmibai, razia sultana minto (28) aspasia, the famous hetaera mirabilis (48) Granuaile, for defying all who wanted to rule. mischa (22) Rosa Parks. Misha (24) How much longer must this go on. Misk Odium Oersted Pans People miso Joan of Arc Miss Mulan misshermes (20) maria von trapp miss karachi Cleopatra, the Amazons Missy (44) Don't have heroes Missy (45) my mother mister buzz (49) my mother Mitchell: for Ophelia Not sure. Mitela (22) Elizabeth Mitela (25) I wish I knew their names. Mitsuko (22) cleopatra mitzi (28) Queen Elizabeth Miyo (12) Marie Stopes MJ (22) Anyone who can assert themselves. MJ (23) Cleopatra mj (39) My wife. M. J. A. Armstrong (60) Any woman who has stood up to the norms of society MJF (34) rosa luxemburg mjwhite (21) Unfortunately, females haven't featured much in Western history. So I don't know of any. M.K. (21) marie curie mk (15) hayworth mkayruger Those who strove to make the world better and better for all life. Mkeekee (30) The women who hear and feel, and from this, love madly and passionately M. Le Ahcim-nevets (31) Joan of Arc, Apolline MlleJacqueline Anne Frank MlleNeet The answer has not changed MM (34) Isis M&M (38) None worth mentioning MMS the unnamed women without whom progress would have never been more than a hypothesis Mnemonic Aberration Cleopatra mobtomas (48) Lucy modernmonsters Joan of Arc moeder (32) Laura Secord, Mahaprajapati Mohamjip (66) Sonia Ghandhi Mohini (20) Rosa Parks Moistoidy (43) Joan of Arc Molea Razvan (23) Elizabeth I Molly (19) Cleopatra Molly (18) William Wallace. Oh god, female, that’s right. Holly Holm. Wait, Joan of Ark. Molly Evans (47) Cleopatra mollykate74 (38) Elizabeth I momcat (60) Rabaa Al Adaweya Mona Indira Gandhi Mona Sen (22) Cleopatra, Pocahontas, Zeus, Madusa Monica Stowe Eleanor Roosevelt,mother montanadrifter (68) women who love montie williams (16) Margret Thatcher, Hilary Clinton Monty (35) Margret Thatcher Mooke (16) My mother Moose (40) Medieval Mystic Women, Christian, Muslim, and Jewish women mystics, from the desert to the temple to the cave to the home, who gave voice to the Divine in a world that believed the name of God was ineffable. Morazda (42) Shrek Morgan Elizabeth I Morgana Mother Teresa MorganFYS13 (18) None. Morgan Toft clopo morgwei (28) Deborah Mother (54) Joan of arc, Cleopatra Mouse (42) Joan of Arc MP3 (22) Gertrude Stein MPaylor (21) any who stood up for their rights Mr. A (17) Jeanne of Arc Mr. A (17) Amelia Earhart Mr. Frank (56) Marie Curie. MrJones (28) Cleopatra MRM (28) broads Mr. Mandarin (41) Rosa Parks Mr Peters (30) Queen Elizabeth I, Rosa Parks. Mrs. Lincoln (49) I can't think of any. Isnt' that a shame? Mrtimm Joan of Arc, Cleopatra. MsAPH (21) Edith Massey Ms. Barbara (19) Women who had everything and fought to keep it. Ms. L (22) 1800's Feminist, writer, and mother of Frankenstein's author, Mary Shelley, Mary Wollenscraft; Queen Elizabeth I of England; Feminist, puritan, and writer Anne Bradstreet; Ms. Martin (46) Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks mstinyS Isak Dinesen mStonerCEO (45) The women in my life MsVicky Abbigale Adams MUElexandra (19) hariot tubman MUElizabeth (19) Pocahontas Muffin (25) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. mugen (22) Cleopatra, Mother Theresa, Indira Ghandi muhbuh (47) Joan de Arc MUJakeWilkinson (18) Athena MUkelly (18) Stevie Nicks, Cher, JK Rowling, Sylvia Plath, and etc. MULydia (18) Yvonne De Carlo, Cher, JK Rowling, and Katey Sagal to name a few off the top of my head. MULydia (18) Boudica Mumblingtruth (24) Emily Pankhurst, Rosa Parks Murphy (21) none Musa (16) The ones I bedded. Myalyn Hernandez (17) no this is just as bad as the historical characters one. stop my answers are perfect; yall should read Pollacks wife. Mychel Shannon (18) none myra (22) The Princess Myra Joan of Arc, I suppose. History is my waterloo. Myron (26) Cleopatra, she led a kingdom, until her fatal death. Mystery Mind Over Matter (19) Mary Shelley, Paula Rego and the Bronte Sisters N (32) Emmeline Pankhurst nad (17) Pocahontas, Emily Bronte Nadine (21) Empress Theodora Naleks (23) Queen Elizabeth NamraSultan Anna Karenina Nana (23) Elizabeth Cady Stanton (again) Nancy (78) Martha the Just nancy I've answered this before Nancy (41) Luisa Capetillo Nancy B (40) See above Naomi (19) hypatia narelle pederick (40) ... Narrator (5) Marie Curie, Pochahontas, Susan B. Anthony Nat strong, smart women Natalia (33) Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth I Natalie (18) I do not know. Natalie MJ (31) Boudica, Zenobia Natanya (95) Joan of Arc Natasha (49) Amazons natedawg (28) none Nathalie (20) Marilyn Monroe Nathan Ahn Sung Su Khi (I think thats how its spelt) Nathan (28) Mary Magdalene Nathan Harriet Tubman Nathan (35) Virgina Woolf, Eartha Kitt, Cleopatra, and Billie Holiday Nathan (27) Anne Frank Nathaniel (24) Not involve in story Nathaniel (20) Not involve in story Nathaniel Irena Sendler and Anne Frank Nathan Thorne (53) Sita navera (57) wonda womin neckice don't have one, ditto above Neek (54) Amelia Earhart Neeka (27) The lesser known breaveheart. Indira Gandhi too. Neetzi (18) Those of great authority. NEL (20) none Neller (35) Anee Boleyn nelly Pocahontas Nelly (31) Perhaps Sappho. Maybe Annie Oakley. Defintely Mother Theresa. Nels (31) I have no favorite heroines nene (57) The ones who fought for their places. neptune Rosa Parks Nessa the Bronte sisters Nessie (18) de Beauvoir. Newlin (25) i don't know Nia (15) Hatsheput, Oscar Wilde and Tennesee Williams. Nia Robinson (19) joan of arc Nic (27) Madonna (both) Nic (24) madam kiuri Nic (27) My mother--she is, as we all are, a part of history Nicholas (18) Cleopatra Nicholas Kovacev (12) i dont have any Nick (35) Madonna, Patti Smith, Joni Mitchell Nick (20) Cleopatra Nick (31) Cleopatra, Margaret Thatcher Nick Dido Bodiciea NickiNorker (48) Saint Catherine Nick Zero (26) Joan of Arc nicoca (21) Eleanor Roosevelt Nicolas (28) I see you're filling in the other halves of the questions from before. I'm reluctant to fill in mine. Nicolas Bossons (16) Queen Victoria, Marie Curie Nicole (14) elena nicole (23) Queen Elizabeth II Nicole (18) Cordelia from King Lear Nicole (22) Deborah Sampson Nicole (17) no Nicole EP (25) Oprah Niece (42) artemis? NiGht (23) Cleopatra nightinday (19) Joan of Arc Nik (30) Rani Laxmibai. Nikita (26) Again, not really up on these guys Nikki (35) Rosa Parks Nikkita Saeed (21) Marie Curie Nikolai Kleppe (44) Companions with a true heart Nikon Shooter Napoleon Nillie (21) Mary Seacole, Esther (from the Bible), Virginia Woolf. Nina (21) The principal of Sandy Hook who died trying to save her students nina (27) mum, maya angelou, sia, paloma faith. nina tangimetua (23) woman of courage Nique (18) not sure Nirmal Singh (99) mae west nmh (32) Marie Curie Noah (17) Emma Goldman, Sappho, Virginia Woolf, Simone de Beauvoir Noah the good (23) Women writers of the 19th Century and, more recently, Svetlana Alexievich Noddy (26) Cleopatra Noelle The women that didn't quit fighting NoGurus (20) None nom de plume Women are contemptible. Nomen nescio (24) Don't know Nomers (19) joan of arc none given I wish I had an answer, but I'm not sufficiently educated to say. None More Bitter (20) lady diana nono (22) Madame Curie nools (21) I don't know. The only one I ever remember is that Korean patriot martyr girl, Yu. If the Bible counts, I liked Rahab. Esther was cool, too. nools (23) I don't know. Nora (20) Fatima Jinnah Noraq Mari Claire Norma Harriette Tubman, Rosa Parks, Harriette Sampson Norman W (35) Marie Curie Not (26) Hypatia, Mary Magdelene, Cleopatra Nova (44) Cleopatra Nova (32) Ruth, Mary, Jean de Arc NR-2082 (32) Joan d'Arc Nrvnqsr (27) Marie Antoinette, I don't know ns Boadicea, Emma Goldman Nuance (26) I can't think of any Nudge (36) Cleopatra, Joan of Arc NynnaS. (36) Elizabeth I of England oanaa (23) Amelia Earhart OB The isn't one Ode The ones who are like me, but braver, and kinder. Odie (24) same as higher Odile (36) Joan of Arc Odyssey Willow (16) Katarzyna I ohlaskeau (21) Joan D'Arc olga (22) Boudicca. Oli Tearle (28) Virgin Mary Oliver Janis Joplin Olivia (17) Lady Jane Grey Oliviaa. Many women whose names I do not know. oliviathunderkitty (63) Joan of Arc Oliwankenobi (21) Bodacia Olly (37) Rosa Luxemburg Omar (17) Mary Magdalene OneMan The Suffragettes, Clara Barton, Billie Holiday ontherazzle (40) Marie Curie, Maria Montessori, Eleanor Roosevelt, Harriet Tubman ooinla (40) Hypatia Oph (30) Hypatia Orby (40) Sylvia Beach. ORK (22) no one orsetto (19) yoko ono oscar (29) Margaret Thatcher Oso joan of arc otto (21) Mary and Cleopatra: they both represent women and there strengths in different forms. Ovi (24) None come to mind oxoboxo (22) Gina Krog and Marie Curie. Øyvind (27) Cleopatra, Queen Elizabeth II, and Eleanor Roosevelt. Ozymandias Jefferson Roosevelt (24) Anna Karenina Pacie sreedevi Paddy (29) Boudica Paggy (33) mary pagina (20) Montessori Paige (34) Montessori Paige (34) Katherine Hepburn Paige (29) Joan of Arc Paige Hall (17) Joan of arch Palaila (28) Tina Fey, Emma Goldman palais (32) my grandmother Paldies (39) Mother Theresa Pam (63) Joan of Arc Pam Blackwell I really don´t have one Pamcake (28) cleopatra pamelaja (27) Mother Teresa Panchi hm... dunno pandaaah (23) Elizabeth I. Panic (18) cleopatra panthergirl (36) um. Parker (18) Cleopatra, Mary Queen of Scots, parksmi (51) Mary Magdalene parvati6 Cleopatra Passepartout (27) Eleanor Roosevelt and Dorothy Parker Pat (39) Sayyidatina Aishah RA Patek (25) Cleopatra Pat Garrett (26) - patric (30) I'm not sure. Patrick J. Derilus Mary Wollstonecraft Patrick Trotti (26) i dont do heroine patroklos helen keller patsy,world war II baby Linda McCartney Patti (20) Joan of ARc Patty (32) Joan of arc Patty (56) the Bolter Patty Cake (29) the women who fought for womens liberation Paula (54) Marie Curie, Rosa Parks Paula (19) Rosa Parks Paulie (23) Mother Theresa Pauline53 (53) Rosa Parks Paulshrug (44) Ann Frank PaWe (50) nobody - they were just people, like you and me pax (23) mother theresa PB (20) Joan of Ark, Elizabeth Bathory Pea (17) Joan of Arc Pearl Maxwell (29) Anne Frank Pedro Albernaz (20) Anne Frank Pedro Luis Munoz (24) see the previous question Pedro Tejada (20) Jeanne D'arc. pehi (26) Catherine the Great Penney (48) Joan of arc, Rosa Parks Pepper Joan of arc, Rosa Parks Pepper Zelda Fitzgerald Percy (27) A question that has an answer I have yet to discover Peregrine Marie Curie Perfidia spartacus pesser (57) Marie Curie Pessoa non Grata Margaret Thatcher, Indira Ghandi Peter Dyson (56) The invisible women who sustain, with courage and ingenuity, the lives of their children, and the children of others Peter Heron (57) Rose Luxemburg, Elizabeth Tudor Peter Joseph Tamber Maxima Gaffney I read an article about Joan of Arc today. Her life story is astonishing. Peter Silva (46) Josephine Bonaparte, Marilyn Monroe, Shirley MacClaine Petree (22) boudicea,joan of arc Phil (44) not yoko ono Phil jeanne d arc philippe (59) I don't care. Philomena (80) Caterina Sforza Phil R. (30) Nothing Phoebe (18) elizabeth i phreec (35) The many women who served others selflessly Phyllis Boyajian Branche Elizabeth I, Joan of Arc, Marie Curie picfxr (45) Cleopatra for the way she outsmarted death P.I. Elliot Josephine Baker Pieterpad (80) Queen Elizabeth Pingbluto rani lakshmi jhansi bai pintoo (24) Harriet Tubman, Joan of Arc, Sacagawea, Abigail Adams, Catherine the Great Piper Bella Rose Meip Geis, Ann Frank, Emily Dickenson Pistol Pete All women who have changed the course of history with their actions pk_evanescent (38) Virginia Woolf. pk_henry Eleanor Roosevelt Platinum Era (21) Refer to the above answer. Plebelbe (21) Pimiko Plusein (25) clara bow pluto (26) Cleopatra. Pontius Pilate (30) Elizabeth I Poobah (65) Laxmibai Pooja Romola Nijinsky & Princess Diana Pooki (55) Joan of Arc, Marie Curie poop fella (25) Emily Dickenson Pope (31) joão II pp (31) Sei Shonagon Pranaya R (28) None Prashant Gnawali (22) Nawal El Saadawi, Arundhati Roy Pratama (22) Cleopatra Pratiksha (15) Mary Preacher (34) Hypatia Priceequation (33) Left Blank. Prime Minister Appa (50) The women who dressed as men to fight for their cause Protagonist (20) none Protagonist None Protovium (63) Ditto Pseudointeresting (17) Margaret Thatcher psv (48) Josephine de Beauharnais PUNK PAINTER (37) dorothy parker puppylush (35) Queen Esther Qaz (30) none yet Qi (18) Sophia Bers Quasimodo (30) ? Quinn (23) Simone de Beauvoir qweasd Joan of Arc, Madame Curie, female scientists, R (50) Eleanor of Acquitaine, Queen Elizabeth I, Abigail Adams Rachel (21) Strong women who can survive and be put through anything Rachel (21) Mary Rachelmate (39) NO ONE RACHU (32) Hypatia, Susan B. Anthony, Eleanor Roosevelt radomu (18) Rosa Parks. raf (19) Joan of Arc Ragna (19) Boadicea RagsTyler (33) Guppy Rah (25) Don't know many, sorry. Rahul (21) Cleopatra Rain (16) Cleopatra Rain Joan of Arc for her passion and craziness rainbird Catherine I, Victoria Raj (18) The Queen of Laxmibai Raju (21) I can't think of one. Ralph (21) Mother Theresa Ramesses Benjamin Lewis (27) Thillaiyadi Valliammai Ramu (59) Ada Lovelace. Enheduanna. Li Qingzhao Ran (25) rani of jhansi ranjali (20) None come to mind. Raph Eleanor Roosevelt Rapunzel Simone de Beauvoir Raquelle (17) I don't have one. Rara (22) Rani Laxmibai and Cleopatra Rashmi (21) None. Raumabaya or The Rau (00) indira gandhi rave (18) Elizabeth I Raven (30) ones that everyone agrees on raven (17) Mary seacole Raven (15) Mistress Savignon Raven Anston Rosa Parks, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sally Ride. Ray of Mars (36) Simone de Beauvoir, Rosalind Franklin rb3868 (52) Harriet Tubman RD Not sure Rebecca (19) Marie Curie, Eleanor Roosevelt, Harriet Tubman Rebecca Scheid (13) none Rebekah (29) Queen Victoria Recross (25) I have none Red (26) I don't have any Redbeard (24) Joan of Arc Redrover (50) Those who ruled when others said they shouldn't or couldn't because they were women Ree (21) any women who posesses willpower and love for others ree (24) George Elliot, Jane Austen Reed Braden (19) Margaret Thatcher Reggie Benjamin (35) The unknown who changed the world. Same as before Remi (28) marie curie, amelia earhart, agatha christie RENA (62) The ones the history books ignored Renata (0) Rosa Parks Renath Queen Elizabeths, Diana Vreeland, Ella Fitzgerald, Beyonce Renee Stanko (27) Elizabeth I reneetriay (40) Heroines aren't really my thing. Ren Harris marie antoinette renno (17) Maria Magdalene Renos (24) Amelia Earheart, Susan B. Anthony Renuka (21) I wouln't impose that staus on anyone; to do so would be enormously cruel. res10k9v5@frontier.com Nobody Rethinker (26) Joan of Arc retroandi Any of the Amazons Reuben Samson (21) Cleopatra Reva Ann (20) none Rewrew sadasd rfdgfdg123 i dunno...joan of arc? Rhail (38) Joan of Arc, but only in Falconetti's version RHCdG (52) Kallipateira Rhea (25) Amelia Earhart, Harriet Tubman, Florence Nightingale Ric H (41) Don't really have any. Richard (22) St. Joan of Arc, the Blessed Mother Rick (18) Elizabeth 1. Rie Athena Riley (26) Caitlin Setnicar, Rosa, Luxemburg, Mary Shelley, and a plutonic sample of a strong willed woman riley (19) Queen Elizabeth Riley (14) Queen Elizabeth Riley (14) World War 2 pilots Rilo Marilyn Monroe,Eddie Sedgwick,Ekaterina the second, Maria Antuanetta Rina (20) mother teresa Rini Mary Wollstonecraft Riss (37) MLK Rissa (18) Joanne of Arc RiverSong (32) Mother Theresa Riza (17) Joan of Arc, Rachel Carson Rizwan (21) cleopatra ro (21) joan of arc rob (54) Mary Magdalene Rob (27) Rosa Parks, Florence Nightingale, Cleopatra. Robbie Curran (19) Not too sure. Robert Danduran (26) Hipatia Roberto Rivadeneyra Q (35) mary magdellin rob luddington (45) Queen Elizabeth I , Eleanor Roosevelt Robo (56) Varied. robot ... Robyn (15) Coco Chanel. Rochelle (40) Joan of Arc, mother Theresa Rockstar Harriet Tubman Rodders (32) Florance Nightingale Roderick Cleopatra Rodica (32) Cleopatra Rodrigo (24) gloria trevi rodrigo zarate (29) I'm not good with these names, so I'm not going to answer. Rod Weiler (21) Those who stepped outside what was 'acceptable' during their times to make it acceptable now Roe (47) cleopatra roger (45) marie curie roguebroccoli (18) Elanor Roosevelt Rollwagen (26) Marilyn Monroe, Bettie Page- and that's about it. Roma (14) Joan Of Arc Roman (38) Elizabeth I, Audrey & Katharine Hepburn Romina (16) Helena Romina (21) Florencia Matidios Reyes Ronald (40) Joan of Arc, Golda Meir Ronen (27) I don't have any. Roo (20) jeanne d'arc roro (23) Eve Rorshavhanswer (18) those women that died for women's rights Rosalee Firth Harriet Tubman. Rosalie Grace (16) mother theresa Rosalinda Chavez (19) queen Elizabeth I Rose (17) Empress Wu Rose (33) Hermione Granger Rose Joan of Arc, Margaret Thatcher, any woman who has risen above what she's told to be. Rose (31) None Roseanne (29) Elizabeth I, Abigail Adams, Susan B Anthony Rosie (52) Mother Theresa Rosie (53) Yang'ork history--the goddess, Lurthurania. She represents the sun, strong and unexpected. Rosie Sophie Scholl, Colette, women of the Resistance Rossboss (37) Hatshepsut, female rulers ro to the rah (20) Women who changed history. Rowan (16) Sacagewea Rowan Bartlett (23) Cleopatra Rox (17) Cleopatra, Esther, Amelia Earhart Roxanne Mooneys (22) lara croft rsan I can't think of any right now. RTC (21) Queen Elizabeth I. rubysparkles (23) Rosie the Riveter Rudi (24) None Rumi (42) F. Nightingale, Mother Teresa, Brockovich, Warren. runur (44) Those who have pushed against the norm and made a difference, however small Rushkami (27) Elizabeth I of England Ruska (33) I dont pay attention to history Ruskin Clay (17) me Ruskin Clay (17) Rosa Parks Russell Sandbach (53) Emma Smith Ruth (48) Joan of Arc Ruthie (19) Did you think I'd have an answer this time around? There are too many heroines in this world to count. Rux Nefertiti- the Nubian Queen R. W. (26) amelia earhart rwk (57) Emma Goldman Ryan (18) caring and giving Ryan B (23) Mary Lincoln Todd. Ryan Brun (23) That's impossible to answer. Ryan Brun (27) Joan of Arc. Ryan Brun (29) Once again, my ignorance is telling. Ryan C (30) Anne Frank, Corrie Ten Boom Ryan Riley (26) Any woman who struggled to break free of roles Ryno (26) Mary Magdalene, because strength comes from facing adversity first - despite it sometimes resulting from your poor decisions. Ryssan (22) Nefertiti S (26) Sappho S (13) razia sultana s (23) Elise s33d (20) None Saba (19) Anne of Green Gables Sabine (18) anne bonnie Sabri (19) I don't have any Sabrina None Sabrina Mother Teresa, Florence Nightingale Sacha (30) maria theresa, queen victoria, florence nightingale s. a. hensley (45) hannah arendt saief (28) I adore women of any time those who are mettlesome & kind to their fellow womenfolk. SAI LAXMI TATINENI (40) Marie Curie saill (24) Zenobia Salem (21) None Sally of Kent cleopatra sam (19) joan of arc Sam (24) Mary, Mother of Jesus Sam (22) None Sam (17) Queen Elizabeth Samantha (17) Marie Curie Samantha (30) Amelia Earhart Samantha (35) Katharine Hepburn and Elizabeth I Sam Gordon (18) I don't have one Sami (18) No specific samps (29) queen Victoria, Audrey Hepburn SamSam (33) Those who ruled Samuel (19) Joan of Arc, Florence Nightingale, Helen Keller, Marie Curie, Catherine the Great San Joana d'Arc Sandu (15) president's wives Sandy Mary Sandy (32) Jhansi rani Sandy (25) Cleopatra. Sara (23) st nicholas Sara (50) none come to mind Sara C aka Snacks aka Sarbs (26) Marilyn Monroe, Hatshepsut, Elizabeth Sarah (23) elizabeth the first sarah the flappers of the twenties. sarah (14) Amelia Earheart, Joan of Arc, those who fought for the vote Sarah (23) joan of arc sarah (22) Molly Pitcher Sarah (33) Ella Fitzgerald Sarah (27) Already answered Sarah (24) Elizabeth Bathory Sarah (27) the virgin Mary sarahbeth (21) Eleanor Roosevelt Sarah Carlton (18) Mary Queen of Scots Sarah Hollinger (28) Mona. SarahSometimes (22) The Boleyn Sisters? I'm really not sure Sarah Taylor Vernarecci (19) - Sarah Taylor Vernarecci (19) Jackie Kennedy,Penelope sara luisa hincapie (23) Ellen Roosevelt Sara Ortiz (27) Maybe Jeanne d'Arc Sara P. (18) Jaoanne D'Ark Sasha (30) My grandmothers. Sasha Hasanbegovic (26) Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton Sasha_M (34) Nefertiti, Aphrodite Sasha Sutton (22) Bibi Fatima sat (20) Anne Frank, Mother Theresa, Harriet Tubman, Joan of Arc Savannah (27) Pocahontas Savannah Henry (18) Amelia Earhart, Rachel Carson, Julia Child, Sarah Vaughan, Aretha Franklin, TOO MANY savannahw. (19) Joan of Arc Sax (32) Rosa parks scarletsquirrel (13) Marie Antoinette Scarlett (25) Eleanor Roosevelt Scooter (29) Joan of Arc, I don't really agree with her but I'm fascinated by her Scooter190 (21) Margaret Thatcher Scott (60) Amelia Airheart Scott (17) Those of grace, beauty, sophistication, sensuality, compassion and tenderness Scott777 Ditto Scotty (18) Rosa Parks Scotty none Scout (26) Mary Magdelene, believe it or not. Screaming Bastard Child of the Apocalyps (23) Joan of Arc Sean (19) Mary Wollstonecraft and Ellen Degeneres. Sean D. Thompson (22) I don't have any Sean Reveille (19) Catalina de Médici. Sebasagot (23) Rosalind Franklin, Susan B. Anthony, Emma Goldman. Sebastian (18) Malala Yousufzai, Virgina Gutierrez, Harriet Martineau, simone de beauvoir Sebastian H (18) cleopatra! Sedona (16) Harriett Tubman, The 22 women who founded Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Eleanor Roosevelt Selene H. Brent Eleanor of Aquataine SeraphimeRising (31) Ada Lovelace Serene Lim (24) none serenity Cleopatra Seth Street (19) Cleopatra, the Queen of Sheba Sexismandthecity (28) Helen of Troy, Joan of Arc Sgraham (28) Queen Victoria Shaina (22) Joan of Arc, Mother Teresa, ShaLo (66) Angela Davis, Joan d'Arc Shamir (13) queens that ruled Shana (22) Any of the strong females Shane (19) joan of arc shane (25) Joan of Arc Shane As above, and nobody in particular. Shanna (19) I can't really tell ya off the top of my head. Shannon Cole (22) Joan of Arc Shari (21) I am not sure. Clara Barton, Julia Ward Howe and Alice Stone Blackwell. Sharice (22) Those who have made an impact in some way for the better. SharonBillings Those who fought for what was right Shauna (40) Jean dÀrc shaurora (64) harriet tubman Shawna (21) i have none shawna (17) abbigale adams shawpur (66) Elizabeth I SHE (44) Those which refused to conform and conceed Shea (28) Violette Szabo was pretty cool sheavsey (21) Joan of Arc, Eleanor Roosevelt Sheila D (55) any who defied convention and conformity shelby The wives of leaders. Shelley (32) pharoahs Shelly (17) Sacagawea Shellybelly1 (49) Elizabeth Taylor Shep Howard joan of arc shiela (18) Esther Shig (29) Margaret Thatcher Shiloh Moretti (16) I'm sad to say that I don't have much insight on historical women. Shimomeiji (19) All women who can do the aforementioned, but because all women live with an extra adversity I have a unique respect for heroines Shina (28) Boudicca, Victoria, Elizabeth I, Rosa Parks again. 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