murderous women


Female Mass Murderers 
University Of Alabama Shooting

On the 12th of February 2010 in Alabama at around 4pm, Biology professor Amy Bishop was in a faculty meeting with 12 others at the University Of Alabama. Sometime during the meeting, Amy pulled out a hand gun and began shooting. Three fellow professors were killed.

There is no real clear motive for the attack but Bishop was denied tenure making this her last semester at the university.

On the 6th of December 1986, the then 21 year old Amy shot her brother dead in the family home. The authorities labelled it as an accident.

At trial, relatives of the victims begged for Bishop to not receive the death penalty.

In September 2012, Amy Bishop was sentenced to life

male abuse victims are an unfathomable force to me like the things that they have internalized as part of their pain and coping obviously i will empathize with them and i have nothing but compassion for people who have been hurt but omg the lack of self awareness men are capable of! if ive gotta sit thru one more man talking about how much he wants to murder women cuz hes got mommy issues. like, same sometimes! but im not crazy and i learned how to bake instead! find a hobby


Introducing Unerased: Counting Transgender Lives

The number of transgender murders in America is on the rise — and likely far larger than we know. Our team of reporters have built a comprehensive database honoring the lives and tragic deaths of these individuals, as part of an ongoing initiative. This year more than ever — we cannot forget.


“black women were created of
brown sugar and warm honey.
the sweetest thing to bless the earth.
be wary of anyone who tells you otherwise.”

The photo that quietly tells a powerful story about the cracks in America’s feminist movement.

A black woman holds a sign that reads, “Don’t forget: White women voted for Trump.” She stands coolly among the crowd, sucking a lollipop, as three white women in pink cat-eared "pussyhats” tower behind her, all looking at their phones, one smiling, another posturing as if snapping a selfie. The black woman is wearing a hat, too. It reads, “Stop Killing Black People.”

To many, the now viral image of a sober-looking Angela Peoples and the blithe faces of the white women behind her epitomize a divide between white women and black women that was unmistakable in the 2016 election. More than 53% of white women voted for Donald Trump, while nearly 94% of black women voted for Hillary Clinton. The split signals how these groups experience sexism and oppression differently. More.

(Photo: Kevin Banatte, afroCChuBBZ)


This Day In Crime

Brenda Spencer
‘I Don’t Like Mondays’ 

Female mass murderers/school shooters are a rare occurrence, but not on January the 29th 1979, at Cleveland Elementary School in San Diego. Whilst the young children were waiting at the school gates for it to open, Brenda Spencer got her rifle and stood at her window. Spencer fired 30 rounds of ammunition, killing the principle, a custodian and injuring 8 children. Spencer then barricaded herself in her home hours before being arrested. 

Whilst inside on the phone a reporter asked why? Brenda’s response was “I don’t like Mondays”  

Brenda Spencer was sentenced to 25 to life 

Spencer has had 4 parole requests denied, her next hearing is 2019