Fotografía de una mujer samurai (en japonés ”Onna Bugeisha“) instruida en artes marciales. Finales de los años 1800

23 Fotografías de mujeres que han cambiado el mundo

Fotografía de una mujer samurai (en japonés ”Onna Bugeisha“) instruida en artes marciales. Finales de los años 1800

17 Fotografías post mórtem inquietantes de los años 1800... esta es peor que la anterior D:

17 Fotografías post mórtem inquietantes de los años 1800

17 Fotografías post mórtem inquietantes de los años 1800... esta es peor que la anterior D:

Archduchess Marie Valerie Of Austria And Cousin, Amalie In Bayern, Elndest Daughter Of Karl Theodor In Bayern And His First Spouse, Princess Sophie Of Saxony   c.1880's

Archduchess Marie Valerie Of Austria And Cousin, Amalie In Bayern, Elndest Daughter Of Karl Theodor In Bayern And His First Spouse, Princess Sophie Of Saxony c.1880's

17 Fotografías post mórtem inquietantes de los años 1800

17 Fotografías post mórtem inquietantes de los años 1800

17 Fotografías post mórtem inquietantes de los años 1800

17 Fotografías post mórtem inquietantes de los años 1800

EDGAR ALLAN POE. Pincha en la imagen para ver todos sus libros en quelibroleo.com

EDGAR ALLAN POE. Pincha en la imagen para ver todos sus libros en quelibroleo.com

“Why do women want to dress like men when they’re fortunate enough to be women? Why lose femininity, which is one of our greatest charms? We get more accomplished by being charming than we would be flaunting around in pants and smoking. I’m very fond of men. I think they are wonderful creatures. I love them dearly. But I don’t want to look like one. When women gave up their long skirts, they made a grave error…”   ― Tasha Tudor

“Why do women want to dress like men when they’re fortunate enough to be women? Why lose femininity, which is one of our greatest charms? We get more accomplished by being charming than we would be flaunting around in pants and smoking. I’m very fond of men. I think they are wonderful creatures. I love them dearly. But I don’t want to look like one. When women gave up their long skirts, they made a grave error…” ― Tasha Tudor

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