The Duffel Blog guide to Women's History Month
Meet the greatest gen-Her-ation
By Blondes Over Bagdad
It’s Women’s History Month, the one time of year that the military somehow how finds enough women’s history to fluff out to fill up an entire month of social media content about badass ladies who leaned in. Want to learn more about some of these awesome ladies? Check out a few of these powerful #GirlBoss stories about women who could have won wars, but instead did it their own way and embraced the #PowerOfShe.
A barracks room of her own
You probably haven’t heard of Willow Van Thorpe, but her work as a cybersecurity analyst would have prevented hundreds of breaches. Instead, the husband she met in officer basic encouraged her to exaggerate her back pain until she could get out of the military early and now she sells vitamins on Pinterest.
Boss babe tendencies
Meet Liesel. Liesel singlehandedly created a network to smuggle Jews out of Germany which eluded Hitler's best intelligence officers. She saved 80 lives. She’s a little thicc in the hips, and doesn't look like s…
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