Which Badass Woman Were You in a Past Life?

Bri O.

Which career sounds most appealing?

Do you want to get married?

When you find yourself in trouble, who do you turn to?

Which cause is most important to you?

Do you have a good relationship with your family?

Do you mix business and pleasure?

Do you believe that anyone can achieve their dreams if they work hard?

Where do you fall on social issues?

Do you think mentorship is important?

Do you want kids?

How'd you do in school?

Do you have a lot of friends?

What place does money have in your life?

What do you think about going to college?

Which is most important to you?

Are you into fashion?

Does society find your career or job choice to be morally acceptable?

Do you socialize often?

Would you call yourself popular?

Do you like public speaking?

Are you religious?

What are you most afraid of?

Do you identify as a feminist?

Are you involved in politics?

What would your critics have to say about you?

Why are you interested in your occupation of choice?

With all the things you've accomplished, what would you consider calling yourself?

Do you challenge conventions?

Who do you have to thank for making your success possible?

Are you a writer?

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About This Quiz

The saying that "well-behaved women seldom make history" has been attributed to many exceptional women, and it's still not clear who said it - but whoever she was, it's absolutely clear that she was right. 

The status quo has been pretty horrific for women throughout most of history, with second-class status enshrined in law, legal personhood not guaranteed until the late 1800's, the vote finally coming along in the early-to-mid 1900's, and certain other rights - like holding a bank account and having one's own credit, without which you can't build wealth or an independent future - even later than that.

Despite this, many women have broken through the expectations of their times to become thinkers, leaders, and heroes. They were pioneers of aviation, entrepreneurs who changed the way we all shop, medical visionaries who changed their field, and advocates for justice for those less fortunate or powerful than themselves. 

They stood up for what was right at a time that people like them weren't expected to stand up at all, and they forced the world to listen. They blazed a trail that has made today's people - male and female - freer, happier, and more prosperous... and they're still inspiring us all with their example. Let's see which of these titans you are most like!

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