When asked whether she was Dorothy Parker, she replied, "Yes, do you mind?" Find this and other quotes by Dorothy Parker, born August 22, 1893. Enjoy her wit and wisdom!
Interesting little facts about Diana, Princess of Wales
Coco Chanel brought us the little black dress, the Chanel suit and jacket, bell bottoms and Chanel No. 5 perfume. What brought her to fame and fortune?
Her bawdy plays and movies were full of double entendres and attracted the attention of industry censors. Enjoy these selected Mae West quotations.
Charlotte Forten grew up in a prominent free black family in Philadelphia; she came to fame for her essays about teaching in the Sea Islands during the American Civil War. She married a member of the anti-slavery Grimké family.
A timeline of major events in the life of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Born August 13, 181: find out the basics about Lucy Stone, feminist and abolitionist who kept her own name after marriage. Also: links to a full biography and more information about Lucy Stone.
The wedding of Diana Spencer -- who became known as Princess Diana -- to Prince Charles was a spectacular fairy-tale affair, seen worldwide via television.
Eliza Haywood was a prolific 18th century writer. An actress whose plays were produced on stage in Dublin and London, she wrote novels, essays, poems and political satire, and often addressed themes of women's lives. She also wrote and published the first magazine written by a woman for women.
The Female Spectator was written by actress and prolific writer Eliza Haywood. Published from 1744 to 1746, it was the first magazine for a female audience written by a woman. See what the first issue looked like, and learn more about what content was included.