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... in my swimsuit with liz

... in my swimsuit with liz

September 21, 2016

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long weekending the malia mills way

long weekending the malia mills way

August 31, 2016

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...in my swimsuit with chloe

...in my swimsuit with chloe

August 25, 2016 1 Comment

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malia mills support group: part one: d-cups rock!

malia mills support group: part one: d-cups rock!

June 24, 2016 2 Comments

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love thy differences

love thy differences

June 16, 2016

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mm lookbooks past

mm lookbooks past

June 16, 2016

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...in my swimsuit with libby

...in my swimsuit with libby

June 11, 2016 3 Comments

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amy post 10/45

amy post 10/45

June 10, 2016

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sojourner truth 9/45

sojourner truth 9/45

June 03, 2016

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lucretia mott 7/45

lucretia mott 7/45

May 27, 2016

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margaret pryor 6/45

margaret pryor 6/45

May 27, 2016

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nancy hart 4/45

nancy hart 4/45

May 20, 2016

nancy hart may have taken care of her family and her home while her husband fought in the revolutionary war but her adherence to female societal norms essentially ended there...

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sarah grimke 8/45

sarah grimke 8/45

May 03, 2016

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mercy otis warren 3/45

mercy otis warren 3/45

January 15, 2016

the bill of rights may have been written by james madison but the precursor to this document, written by mercy otis warren, remains ignored.

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abigail adams 2/45

abigail adams 2/45

January 08, 2016

dubbed "mrs. president," abigail adams had perhaps one of history's most complimentary insults given to a woman in power.

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deborah sampson 1/45

deborah sampson 1/45

January 01, 2016

if deborah sampson had the opportunity to be elected as the first president of the united states, would we still be fighting to close the gender wage gap?

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the future is female

the future is female

January 01, 2016

ever wonder where we’d be if we had a woman leading the country? yeah, so do we. since 1789 we’ve had 44 men running the show.  we can’t help but question, what if america had grown up with 44 women, instead?

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