Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

25 Of History’s Most Rebellious Women… #17 Is Why The World Owes Toronto A HUGE ‘Thank You.’

#6. Annette Kellerman in 1907. Kellerman promoted women's right to wear fitted one piece bathing suits. She was subsequently arrested for indecency.

#7. Jeanne Manford marches with her gay son during a 1972 Pride Parade.

Jeanne Manford marches with her gay son during a 1972 Pride Parade.

#8. Caroline Norton, who sought a divorce over 150 years ago after being beaten by her aristocrat husband. Her actions sparked social revolution in Britain.

Caroline Norton, who sought a divorce over 150 years ago after being beaten by her aristocrat husband. Her actions sparked social revolution in Britain.

#9. Madame Abomah, "the tallest lady in the world." She was a businesswoman and performer.

#10. A Los Angeles police woman looking after an abandoned baby in 1971.

A Los Angeles police woman looking after an abandoned baby in 1971.

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